The Bend: A psychological thriller that will grip you to the final pages Kindle Edition
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- File size : 1239 KB
- Publication date : February 17, 2017
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 264 pages
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- ASIN : B01MR51XHN
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Language: : English
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #566,592 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Kate has a gift—or is it—and she’s up-to-here-tired of moving to escape all she’s left behind. She settles into a new job in a new town, but finds with no forewarning that she’s in for the ride of a lifetime in a place where things aren’t what they should be.
Seth senses something big in his journalism future if he can ever begin to understand the enigma named Kate he now works with. There’s a lot more to her than simply having an amazing talent for photography. Since she arrived, an elusive darkness that seems to hover above the town has grown heavier. Working alongside Kate is proving to be a challenge in this place where women suddenly go missing.
Terri Tiffany is very good at holding you hostage to a well-told story. She never lets you reach the end of a scene break or a single chapter where you can put the book down and breathe! There’s too great an urge to see what’s around the next bend! Recommended read, and I look forward to Terri Tiffany’s next book.
The story grabbed me from the start! I loved the unique storyline of the MC’s special “gift”, and Tiffany does an excellent job of making it truly believable.
The setting for this story—the town of Bend, PA—is nothing short of eerie. The perfect backdrop for a suspense novel, complete with a cult-like community. When women start disappearing, Kate and Seth work to uncover the truth.
The pace was very good—a real page-turner. The characters are well-developed, and the tension between them kept the story engaging between the action scenes. The author did a wonderful job of creating multiple suspects to keep me guessing throughout.
It’s hard to find riveting suspense stories that are also clean reading. This story would appeal to a broad audience. My husband started reading it after I finished. He said, "Wow. This is a really good book."
Even though Tiffany does a decent job of wrapping up the loose ends, there is potential for a sequel with these characters and/or this community. I want to read Returning to the Bend!
I look forward to reading her next book.
Some typos, name mistakes, and formatting issues (indentation) aside, this was a very enjoyable and gripping read.
The story is compelling, creepy enough to keep me reading, but without gratuitous violence that can be disturbing. The pacing is so well crafted that I never felt a drag or urge to skim out of section. It's times like these that make me want to talk to people about author's craft and real world connections.
There are a lot of ways to end this story - or continue it, and I applaud Tiffany for avoiding cliche and successfully creating a just-right read