This is a book I’ve read a while ago, but unlike other books, I’ve been wanting to read it again! I need to get through my current pile of books I purchased though.
This book has a lot of positives, so I think we should dive right into them.
- Easy to read
- Short (if you like short books)
- Never wanted to put it down
- Loved the ending (opinion, of course)
Some negatives of the book, I personally cannot think of any of my own but I don’t want you to not get a full review. Others have had different feelings about the book. I know this through reading online reviews. On Amazon the book is rated at a 4/5, which is pretty good. Most people really enjoy this book. Some complaints include the ending, the subject, and others think it’s a boring book. Let me share one with you, this review is off of Amazon and I think it’s pretty relevant…
on May 30, 2015I really was looking forward to this book. But I didn’t enjoy it one bit.
I am 14 and this book was way to depressing, I found myself shaking and tense and scared the entire time I was reading this. I was miserable…couldn’t get myself to finish it.
If you are younger or are a tad bit sensitive to subjects such as this, I would maybe stay away from this book.
This book is written as a letter from a teenage girl (Gemma) to the man (Ty) that drugged and kidnapped her at the airport. Gemma ends up in the middle of nowhere in Australia with the man who kidnapped her. Does she learn to love him or is it Stockholm Syndrome. Maybe it’s something else. You can decide for yourself.
(summary was written by me)
Where to Buy
This book is easy to purchase and is very inexpensive. You can get it for as low as $5.99 on Kindle through Amazon (only $6.32 paperback and $10.74 hardcover) and $5.99 on Nook through Barnes & Noble ($6.44 paperback and $11.84 hardcover).
Don’t forget to check your local bookstore and keep in mind that the prices listed in this blog post are subject to change.