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The author did a wonderful job of explaining the confusion the protagonist faced while on the run, looking over her shoulder, and mustering enough courage to continue her flight despite her emotional pain after trust has been striped, topped by a deep sorrow of saying goodbye. The author takes the character through a long developmental arc, and in the end, she discovers how strong she can be.
I recommend this book to anyone who likes psychological thrillers. If you liked 'Girl On A Train', you may enjoy this story even better. The going over things in the character's mind is fast paced in this story, as Maggie travels across the country. The character's experience on the train was very enlightening. I may book a trip myself when I can. Grab a copy.
The author demonstrates how easy it is to jump to conclusions based on minimal information; especially when one is frightened.
This is a great read. I highly recommend it.
So Maggie takes off, planning to escape, disappear. Often, we read about this in books. The threatened woman goes elsewhere, starts a new life with a new name... etc. But how difficult to do in actuality! She had to pay with cash - which raises eyebrows. She had to plan where to go ... and she couldn't tell family her dilemma since she doesn't want to involve them.
We see Maggie so naturally confused about what to do next. When the newspaper stories start to break, Maggie perceives even more danger, so she must keep moving. And at the heart of Maggie's situation is the fact that she was married to Daniel for 22 years (her son is now 19 and away). As a stay-at-home mom, she had worked for a short time as a secretary, but she is really in the middle of a strange and hostile world that doesn't help to show her the way.
This is an excellent read. There are no magic tricks for Maggie as she boards trains, looks for cheap hotels in strange towns, and hoards food for her next meal. Midway through, the news suggests that she is being sought. Then her paranoia (or is it?) kicks in. Are people following her? Is someone being paid to kill her?
I was totally captivated by Maggie's experiences, definitely 5-STARS worth.