My rating: 5 of 5 stars
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5* review,I really,really enjoyed this book.
Darby Thorne is a college art student who is not having a very good day. She was late starting out on her journey to see her sick mother,her windscreen wiper snapped and now she is stranded by snowmageddon with four total strangers at a highway rest stop in the middle of nowhere. Then she stumbles across a little girl who is locked inside one of their cars.
There is no cell phone signal,no wi-fi,no telephone,no way out because of the snow,and she doesn't know which one of the other travellers is the kidnapper.
Who is the little girl? Why has she been kidnapped? And even if Darby can get her out of the vehicle with no help for miles will they be able to stay alive long enough to be rescued.
OMG,this really is a fast paced roller coaster ride.After spending a few pages getting to know Darby,the reader is launched into a danger packed,adrenaline ride that rockets along and grips the reader so tightly that you sometimes have difficulty breathing. I really liked Darby and the little girl Jay and I found myself constantly on the edge of my seat,routing for them both and hoping that they would both be alive by the end of the book.
I really enjoyed this gripping,page turner.I haven't read any other books by this author but after reading this I fully intend to rectify that in the not too distant future.
Taylor Adams directed the acclaimed short film And I Feel Fine in 2008 and graduated from Eastern Washington University with the Excellence in Screenwriting Award and the prestigious Edmund G. Yarwood Award. His work has been selected by the Seattle True Independent Film Festival and his movie reviews have appeared on KAYU-TV's Fox Life blog. He has worked in the film/television industry for several years and lives in Washington state with his girlfriend Jaclyn and their chihuahua, cat, and python. EYESHOT is Adams' debut novel. Film and audio rights have been sold.