Tuesday, August 25, 2015

In The Dark

Review copy provided via NetGallery in exchange for an honest review

Summary: In The Dark

Marissa Rooney stands in her daughter’s empty dorm room, a half-used vial of insulin clutched in her trembling hand. Brooke has been missing for days. Her roommate hasn’t seen her since that night in the bar. And if Marissa has Brooke’s insulin, it means that Brooke does not.

But Marissa isn’t alone in her terror. A phantom from her past is lurking in the shadows, waiting in the night, and holding her family captive…


I’ve always been a huge fan of mysteries/thrillers and this book didn’t fail me. This is one of those books, which grab you, and you can’t let go until you’ve finished it. I started if first, think yesterday morning and went to be hours later than I normally do, so I could finish the book.

From the very first chapter you’re sitting on the edge of your seat wondering will Brooke be found before it’s too late. You connect with each of the characters as well as with the plot. You feel all the emotions as if they were your own.

For me, it brought me back home, as I grew up in Seattle and loved to float down the Tolt River, and camp in Carnation. This story has made me home sick I’ve not been back in close to thirty years, but it all came so alive to me. Thank you for bring these places so alive it made me felt like I was back home.

Every time I read I’m always on the lookout for grammatical and punctuation errors, as over the past 8 years I’ve read many books, which have so many errors in them; it makes it hard to read the book and not over look the errors.  This book is well edited; the plot flow is seamless, and the characters are well developed.

Would I recommend this book to others?  YES

Would I read other books from this Author? YES

If this a novella or novel? Novel  nice length

Is this book price correctly? Yes the listed price feels about right for this book and I would be glad to pay that price for the quality of book this is.

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