- File Size: 852 KB
- Print Length: 396 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: November 13, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B004TSCNN6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #372,316 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This is not a terrible story. It started slowly and really dragged through the serial killer tutorial. Wendy was a bit too mousy to be believed but her transformation was fun. Sebastian didn't have a whole lot to do but the serial killer was the biggest dispapointment of all. Yes he was bad and sadistic but not very interesting, compelling or charismatic. His final scenes were fast paced but hard to swallow. While there is entertainment value in this book, it does not rise to the level of his other offerings.
origin, but now a resident of South Africa. I have just finished SHIVER and although I must admit to "listening to every noise" I really loved the ending, never thinking your killer could possibly escape once more from police custody.
I have recently purchased NEXT VICTIM which I am sure will be another well thought out book.
RIPTIDE;NEXT VICTIM;SHIVER;SHUDDER;SHATTER;FINAL SINS;BLIND PERSUIT;MORTAL PURSUIT;GRAVE OF ANGELS;LAST BREATH;COLD AROUND THE HEART;OUT OF IOWA;MORTAL FAULTS;DEADLY PERSUIT.
MRS SONIA JAMES
A serial killer is on the loose. You are an ordinary woman that has been told all her life that she is not 'up to it'. You have retreated into your own small self. You are a great worker bee because you don't have anything else to really look forward to. You have a boyfriend, of sorts, but don't really think he's all that into you. You do not know how attractive you are. Meet our heroine.
How can she possibly survive an attack from a killer that just won't be killed.
You'll have to read this to find out if, indeed, she does survive or if evil is too pervasive, too strong.
Don't get me wrong, you do not have to be female to enjoy this book. It also delves deeply into a number of male characters.
Try it. You'll like it!!
I love the John Rain, Mitch Rapp, and Jack Reacher books by Eisler, Flynn, and Child all of whom still keep turning out fresh, good, exciting stuff.
Unfortunately many good authors like the team of Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child; F. Paul Wilson, Patricia Cornwell, and even James Patterson, who once were great when still fresh, have lost their mojo.
Michael Prescott is still fresh and I hope to read all his stuff till he goes stale.
He keeps you interested and intrigued all the way and I look forward to the rest of his books. Shiver and Stealing Faces are two of his great ones.
If you like my other reads, you'll like Prescott.
Another up and coming young new talent is Rick Murcer by the way.
If I am enjoying thrillers a lot, I found that lately, they became a little too "out of space"!
The story are not believable and that is the problem,