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Now at the age of 28 she is back at the scene of a horror her 8 year-old mind was blocking out. I enjoyed reading through the twists and turns of the mystery as she tries to unravel this past secret that is threatening to defeat her. The more she tries to remember, the greater the danger to her sanity as well as her life.
Ms. Brink has a way of pulling the reader in only to reveal another twist to the plot. I enjoyed this book from beginning to end. I couldn't put it down.
I don't even know where to begin suffice it to say I'm moved greatly by this book. I read alot of different genre so I'm never bored with the books I read. Entangled is aptly named because that is exactly what my feelings were. Entangled hits on so many topics it's hard to pick just one. Entangled touches on sexual abuse, domestic violence, date rape, and so much more. I could personally relate to all of the topics and came away from this reading experience at peace. The characters truly shine in this book on so many levels. I loved Billie's no nonsense personality, to Handel's charisma, and Sabrina's practicality. I encourage everyone to experience this wonderful book.
What annoyed me the most about this book was the love/hate relationship between the two leads. I know it is quite the fashion these days to have such conflicts, but it is my money that was spent, so I am entitled to my expectations. I am still trying to decide how I feel about the female lead, who is admittedly a fairly weak character due to her past.
Anyway I seem to be in the minority with all the rave reviews, so someone must like these tortured souls. So for those that want the summer beach read, I suppose this is for you, even though I think it a bit dark for a pleasurable read. By the way, I don't think dark is bad.
The writing is enjoyable, however I struggled to like the character of Billie. It's tough to have a warm-cool relationship with your protagonist, but I did here and it's even harder when you want to take her side and root for her.
The mystery/suspense portion of the story was fairly predicable and I had most of it figured out long before it was revealed in the book. Overall, I wouldn't rate it as a very suspenseful book, but it was an easy read and I did enjoy the story.