- File Size: 2152 KB
- Print Length: 206 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: March 19, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00J4WONY4
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,316 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Taken! - Medieval (A Taken! Novel Book 13) Kindle Edition
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It Snowed here where I live... I will be in my chair by the Fireplace 🔥 Reading your next two Books! You’re such a gifted writer.
I read one book right after another--I barely paused between each book (except to sleep, LOL) So my review is going to be on the whole series instead of each individual book.
My first complaint about the book is the not naming the main character. Because Jessica's husband never had a name it got really confusing at times with who said what or who did what. I would have to go back and read it a couple of more times before I figured out who the book was talking about. I don't like breaking up my rhythm when reading a book--I like to keep my focus on what I am reading and it was very distracting to keep having to re-read something over and over again to figure out what was going on.
Other than that complaint, the stories were great--kept me interested until the wee hours of the morning every night. I really did like how some of the characters (villains) would come back from a previous book. Some of those characters in the other books did not have closure in the original story but later when they were brought back they were finally dealt with for once and all. The books led you down a lot of twists and turns and kept your adrenalin high and worrying about what was going to happen next
Then I came to reading Taken! 50 and my spirits took a nose dive and I was left feeling as if this is how it really ended then I don't know if I want to read the next book coming out in Thanksgiving--I don't think I would be interested in the stories any more. Just my opinion, but I am depressed now.
You may also need a "Come to Jesus" moment for the way you ended 50. Jeffrey and Hanna are back. They have groupies and one of them set up and maintained a web site for other serial killer groupies. Hanna cannot get pregnant and Jeffrey decided they would steal the babies from his brother, but a law enforcement officer was injured and in the same hospital so they went after and killed another family member. This time Hanna and Jeffrey are not going to make trial. The manhunt begins, but how it ends will leave you hoping for the next book sooner rather than later.