This answer contains spoilers… (view spoiler)[Sure...Miles could have really gotten out of hand with his anger. It really got annoying..and especially his desire to kill almost anyone/anything. It got old. That being said, I suspect many people would act the same after having their wife and son's mother taken away too soon. I would have rather seen Miles take more than a few days break from Sarah....it would have been interesting to see it play out how he enjoyed Jonah's company again on their getaway. People need space to think and process these things. In my mind, Sparks could have added a chapter at least to allow us to see the healing process of Miles. (hide spoiler)]
Victoria Sahar To be honest, as a Nicholas Sparks enthusiast, this book was not as up to par as some of his others. From the beginning we see that there must be connection between Sarah and the murder of Miles' wife, Missy, or there would be no need for the murder to play such a significant role in the story. Although it was a bit surprising that it was in fact Sarah's brother,Brian, there was no major plot twist that had my head spinning as there usually is in Sparks' books.
Nicky C Although there is always room for improvement, but the climax was too good. To know that Sarah's brother was the culprit was Very Much Astonishing. The suspense created by Miles ready with a fully loaded gun was thrilling..loved the book!