Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Amazon Blurb -
Thirty years ago, teenager Rebecca Underhill and her twin sister Molly were abducted by a man who lived in a house in the woods behind their upstate New York farm. They were held inside that house for three horrifying hours, until making their daring escape. Vowing to keep their terrifying experience a secret in order to protect their mother and father, the girls tried to put the past behind them. And when their attacker was hunted down by police and sent to prison, they believed he was as good as dead. Now, it s 30 years later, and with Molly having passed away from cancer, Rebecca, a painter and art teacher, is left alone to bear the burden of a secret that has only gotten heavier and more painful with each passing year. But when Rebecca begins receiving some strange anonymous text messages, she begins to realize that the monster who attacked her all those years ago is not dead after all. He s back, and this time, he wants to do more than just haunt her. He wants her dead.
I don't like reviewing books that made me feel nothing one way or another so I won't. All I'll say is that this book fell flat for me. I didn't like or dislike for that matter any of the characters. Even the bad guy produced no emotions in me. I read this for my psycho thriller challenge and it was just a bust. The only reason I didn't stop reading is that it wasn't horrid, just, well, flat.
2 1/2 cannolis