- File Size: 615 KB
- Print Length: 279 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 11, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00BEOO8YU
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #940,760 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I read this book because I really came to care about Sue while reading Zeke and I wanted to know how her life turned out. The book Sue is the story of a young women's struggle to rebuild her life; to remake herself and to become strong after a cataclysmic near death experience. I think the author did a good job of chronicling this journey. Although I've never experienced what Sue did in "ZEKE," thank goodness, I found some of Dr. Camden's observations, analysis and advice personally applicable.
I would classify this as a Psychological Suspense. To me, a thriller implies "edge of your seat action but a Suspense implies apprehension of and anxiousness for what comes next in a story.
The "Pace" or progression of this story is rather slow but steady. Maybe because I anticipated the pace of the story given the plot, the pace of this story did now upset me or cause me to become bored like I did periodically while reading "ZEKE" (read my review of ZEKE to understand this statement better). As for the ending, maybe it's wasn't as "thrilling" as some would have like but I felt that it was quite appropriate and satisfying. The Author has a good talent for presenting deeply psychological stories that leave you reflecting on their implications and man's inhumanity to man.
I recommend reading this book only if you've read "ZEKE" first. I plan to check out a few other books by this author.
Action and suspense fans, have no fear. There is a subtle use of suspense throughout the entire book which climaxes wonderfully at the end.
I really enjoyed this book and look forward to more stories by this dynamic duo of authors!
In “SUE” you will read a well-written account of what the aftermath of Zeke’s actions would have been for Susan Cox: her therapy, empowerment, and learning to trust a man again. It is all there and it is about as well done as anyone could hope for, but why are we reading the book to begin with…entertainment.
After reading “ZEKE” which although dark and disturbing is definitely a change from most people’s everyday life hence...entertaining. I was engrossed in this book and wanted to find out more to get to something thrilling, which is not really the case. There are a few apprehensive moments along the way yet all in all you are really just reliving bits of the last book as Sue works through her demons. There is nothing really wrong with this, but it did not seem necessary for an entire book. I felt as if this could have been better if it were just included in the book “ZEKE”. It starts off where “Zeke” left off anyway, and together would have been just over 600 pages. It may seem long to some people, but those usually make the best character driven stories because you get to know them so well. Maybe the authors had not come up with this end of the story when “ZEKE” was published; maybe they feel two books are better than one. I don’t know. I digress, I just feel this book was a rather submissive follow-up to its predecessor, and it would have worked better for me personally as an all in one read. I say this because MINOR SPOILER ALERT for “SUE”: It makes sense that the kind of psychopath Zeke is would only show up because he wants something for himself (money, revenge, etc.), which makes his appearance in this book appropriate. However, it being appropriate to his character also makes it very, very brief. Which is why I would have been so much happier if this had all just been one book.
The first book title may be “ZEKE” but this is all about Susan Cox. Sue is only one of Zeke’s many adventures. We do not even know Zeke’s true name! These books are the complete story of Sue’s life when Zeke was a factor in it. Her character would have zero merit if Zeke had not shown up. In conclusion, having a sequel story with very little Zeke “screen time” feels like a letdown.
I know a lot of people would just say, “Who cares?” or “Read them back to back like one book.” Well, I read “ZEKE” when it came out believing it to be a standalone novel. Then “SUE” came out and I read it as a sequel. I guess it is the filmmaker in me that feels if this had been a sequel to a movie, and the villain only showed up in person for 15 minutes of a 2 hour movie I would feel the same way I do now, disappointed.
It is still a good book. If you enjoyed "ZEKE" and want to know about the events that followed, go for it! Just know you may feel a bit jibed.
Highly recommend as the conclusion to the horror that was Zeke (which is a fantastic dark as all hell novel in itself).