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I did actually enjoy this book more than many of the other reviewers, mainly because I have become a big fan of Catherine Ling.
I actually enjoyed the Catherine/John Gallo scenes very much, and I like their growing attraction to each other. As I feel that each of them needs the other, and they are two halves of a whole, I hope he can convince the others of his innocence and the real killer can finally be found.
I did enjoy seeing how Joe & Eve met and how the relationship grew into love. She seemed much older and more mature than someone her age should have been, even a young mother who had to grow up. I am getting very tired of her obsession with Bonnie, however, and I can't wait until that storyline is finished. I do wonder if Joe wanted a child of his own and if she denied him that because she only had room in her heart for Bonnie and Jane.
There is a supernatural element here, which is Bonnie's appearance to her father while he was in the Korean prison camp. If she wasn't dead then, and he didn't even know about her (so he couldn't be imagining her), perhaps Bonnie really was special although not in the way Eve thought she was. How does she manage to appear to Eve, Joe, and John? It had crossed my mind that, as both Elizabeth Smart & Jaycee Dugard are in the public eye at present, Bonnie might somehow end up alive. If that's the case, though, you would think she would grow up in the visions. That's probably not the case, although it would make for a good ending.