Lots I really liked about this book. It is a thriller, and in some ways, it typifies the genre. (I.e., I feel like it doesn't matter who writes thrillers - the voice, tone, etc. always sounds the same. Dan Brown sounds like Ken Follett sounds like James Patterson. You get the idea.) However, the ending was fairly unpredictable, and that is what I liked about it. While the bad folks are not kept a secret, the way the storm and a family affect the outcome was a change of pace. Only real complaint, as seems to be the norm with thrillers, sex/vulgarity. It's not excessive and I just skipped over a few passages. Still, maybe I should stop reading these books because it doesn't seem like many of the authors can write a book without such scenes/language...something I don't really get. I mean, the story is about a dramatic, and I'll admit usually overwrought, conflict. That's what I like about them - pure escapist literature. I just wish that the authors could stay focused on that.