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You Don't Want To Know Hardcover – Laser printed, August 7, 2012
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I have learned through sad experience that once an author "makes it", they are no longer hungry for success. They become plot and character lazy and lose respect for the intelligence of their readership. Too many fat cats out there with NYT best sellers. I try to find first time authors now and many of them are superior writers to the famous ones.
After thinking she sees Noah on the dock, Ava takes a plunge in the icy waters hoping to rescue him. Now the family is thinking that it is time to commit her again. But Ava knows that something isn't right and that her son isn't dead. With the help of a new hired hand, Austin Dern, Ava slowly starts to peel back the memories that she once thought lost to her. Is she really crazy or is someone trying to make her believe she is. Ava has her share of enemies around her from her philandering husband, Wyatt to her cousin, Jewel-Anne, who holds her personally responsible for her being paralyzed. The problems become more complicated when bodies start showing up, all of which are linked to Ava somehow. She becomes the prime suspect and her and Dern must figure out what is going on before it is too late.
Austin Dern has his own secret agenda and he never would have thought that Ava would be part of it. As his search for the elusive asylum escapee, Lester Reece, gets hot, Dern starts to unravel clues that Reece might be linked to Ava's problems too.
You Don't Want to Know has many twists and turns, and the reader is compelled to keep turning the pages to discover who is behind the dastardly scheme.Read more ›
I could not get into the story, nor the characters - they had no qualities that connected with the reader - you didn't love them or hate them - you were just simply indifferent to them and to the story which was unbelievably long and boring. I must admit that after repeated attempts I just could not make it through the entire book, I would skip entire sections.
I enjoy Lisa Jackson's books - normally look forward to each new release and purchase them as soon as they come out. There are always some books from an authour that you don't like as much as others but this book was so far off the norm that I am afraid it will make me think twice before I purchase the next new realease by Lisa Jackson.
Ava was such a lack lustre character that even the return of Noah did not really generate any feeling or sense that this was right and just. Sadly just glad the book was finally done.
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Gift item, but the author was requested for future gift occasions, so I'd assume it was deemed pretty good.Published 17 days ago by Patricia Geib
❤*(¯`'•.¸.•''¯)*(¯`'•.¸.•''¯)**Lisa Jackson is an EXCELLENT author. She keeps you in suspense throughout the story!**(¯`'•.¸.•''¯)*(¯`'•.¸¸.•''¯)*❤Published 22 days ago by M. Nichols
Written like a soap opera. I could almost hear the break points with the music crescendo playing. OK read with lots of plot twists, (like a soap opera). Read morePublished 1 month ago by R. SMART
Author assumes that I have to read the same thing 3 times before I get it. The books treats the
reader like an idiot.
Overall, I really felt that this book was excellent. It has a griping premise as we, along with the Ava, try to figure out if she has really lost her mind or not after her son went... Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Ruetz
One of my new favorite authors. Looking forward to reading the rest of her books. Kept me guessing to the very end!Published 2 months ago by Mich M