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After horrific attacks and a multitude of rapes, Ella has had it, she wants out and she does escape within mere inches of her life. She and interestingly Sarah are the only two who remain, the other girl trapped with them is nowhere to be found, they aren't sure if she's died or if she was taken by the kidnapper who is known as John.
After her ordeal, Ella is tremendously messed up and wants nothing but to be with her mom; however, her mom has taken a soft spot to Sarah; Sarah has no family and her "Father" at least as we know at this point is a rapist and kidnapper. So, Ella's mom takes Sarah into her home and offers to help her heal, but is Sarah whom she thinks she is? Can Sarah and Ella ever recover from the horror they have been through? If you love a good psychological thriller, then this for sure is the book for you!
I give this 4 stars only due to some of the major editing errors throughout the book. A very well-written tale and one that for sure will keep you up; however, the errors are a bit too glaring to ignore.
Right away we are told that Ella and Sarah escaped from their nightmare, so it goes back and forth between their time being prisoner and present day while they're trying to heal. I was reminded a bit of the book Doll House by John Hunt that I recently read, but this book was better written, and it seemed more realistic when it came to the trauma the girls were dealing with.
The twist at the end was really creepy, and made me wonder if the author plans to revisit the characters in the future.