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Bet you can't... FIND ME (Catherine Mans' Suspense Book 1) Kindle Edition
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The writing was generally good; better than that for some of the Kindle books I've read where I wonder if the author had taken an English class. My only gripe was the extensive use of footnotes to translate the Cajun voices. This might not have been a problem if they were on the pages where the text was, but in the Kindle version, they are all at the end, leading to a lot of back and forth. On a few occasions, links failed to return me back to where I was in the story. Lesson here: remember what page you're on when you tap on a footnote.
Was not expecting the territory or 'religion' that this story heads to- normally a region & topic I don't enjoy, but it just works/fits.
Well worth you time-could not stop reading- thank God for the iPhone kindle app, so that I could continue, conveniently picking up the story at will.
As Catherine starts to get closer to what is really happening, stranger things begin to happen, and she starts to fear for the lives of anyone she is close too. She starts going going back to places she hasn't been since she was a child. Places she couldn't remember, but all signs are pointing there, and she has no clue what she is really about to get into.
The author developed the characters well into the beginning and I only connected deeper with them as I kept reading. (Or listening as it was). This book had lots of twists, and definitely, an I didn't see that coming. It was very well written with a great plot that was carried out flawlessly.
I was hooked from the beginning of Chapter 1, I knew I would enjoy this book. and I did. Very happy I read this one. Oh and also can you imagine... something you can't see, start talking to you? in a creepy younger girl voice, saying.. Bet you can't ........ Find me.... and you turn around and nothing???? I was hooked. Definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a good thriller, and something different to read.
This genre was a bit of stretch for me, BUT I thought it moved along in a convincing way. The main character made some really BAD decisions because of her secretiveness and never really explained why her past needed to be such a secret. Anyway moving along, the book was ok until Catherine, the main character, took of for Louisiana on her own. And then it went downhill for 2 reasons ; 1) ALL of the explanations for why, who, etc happened during this quarter of the book (2) it was all crammed together so quickly you actually had no idea who was who and who did what or why. all of a sudden you have got Grandpa introduced, who's a Maji Man. And Grandma Rose. Was Grandpa ever "with" Grandma Rose? Or was he "with" Abigail, Catherine's mother? I really don't know. I have no understanding of what happened during this phase. There is reference to Catherine's Mom having made the spirits angry, but no clue why. Catherine was "saved" as a child, but it wasn't much of a "saving" so all of it is a bit of a loss. So besides not actually being able to follow the rushed characters and development at the end, there were all sorts of WEIRD comments. ie. Scott, who's wife Minerva was JUST killed. But Minerva is able to take possession of A.s body and it's Minerva's voice, so now Scott is kind of connected to A? KInd of like Ghost, except his wife was JUST killed days before. One of the weirdest parts that I clearly am missing an explanation for: Catherine's brother and his wife are killed, but there 2 kids are not. Catherine realizes in the picture that the guy is NOT her brother. whole another weird plot twist so we do find out who and where her real brother is, but we never find out who the random guy is who impersonated her brother for 10 years was even though the were close with Catherine's adoptive parents. So adoptive daughter runs off. Son runs off. And we just take in a random dude and claim he's our son? again.. clueless what happened there.
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