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I'm always interested in seeing a different format or presentation of a story than I've seen before. Chevy Stevens in Still Missing presents Annie O'Sullivan's harrowing ordeal through sessions with her therapist, although there is some deviation from this in the chapters allowing us full access to the story. Annie survives a chilling abduction and imprisonment by a tightly wound psychopath (but then what psychopath isn't tightly wound) who commands total domination over his victim, down to the ...more
I'm so torn on what to rate this. 3.5 might be best. For the first 2/3 of the book I was leaning towards 5 stars-not that it's a literary masterpiece or anything but I could not stop thinking about this book. Despite the totally horrifying subject matter I was unable to stop reading. While the story of a woman being abducted and held captive is by no means new, for some reason this one really got under my skin and inside my head. Maybe it was the first person perspective or maybe it's that I rea ...more
Jul 18, 2010 Suzanne rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Anyone who likes a good thriller
Recommended to Suzanne by: NL August BOM
Whew! What a ride! I'd even go 4.5 stars for this book. A very tension-filled thriller. My stomach hurt throughout parts, but I sure wasn't going to put the book down! Telling the story through the one-sided psychotherapy sessions perspective was a very unique and interesting.