Eleven Hours

Kobo ebook | November 24, 2011

byPaullina Simons

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A compelling, heartrending tale of a woman in danger and the man who’s desperate to find her, from the internationally bestselling author of TULLY and ROAD TO PARADISE A heavily pregnant young woman is leaving the shopping mall to head home on a horribly hot day in Texas. Her normal life of shopping, husband, children, with the extra excitement of the imminent baby, stretches before her. And then she is bundled into a car and kidnapped by a desperate young man. What does he want? Where are they going? In scenes that alternate between the desperate husband, pursuing by car, the alarmingly laid-back FBI agent tracing her by helicopter - who may or may not be as good as he thinks at rescuing hostages - and the increasingly threatened wife, Eleven Hours is a tour de force of storytelling power.

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A compelling, heartrending tale of a woman in danger and the man who’s desperate to find her, from the internationally bestselling author of TULLY and ROAD TO PARADISE A heavily pregnant young woman is leaving the shopping mall to head home on a horribly hot day in Texas. Her normal life of shopping, husband, children, with the extra e...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:November 24, 2011Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0007397313

ISBN - 13:9780007397310

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not terrible, compelling and dark Although this is a book not within my genre, I finished this book (albeit a tad forced). Simons is a good writer, creating a dark and compelling story about a heavily pregnant woman who was kidnapped. I found the whole novel rather strange, the reason behind the perpetrator's actions I didn't quite understand (but then again I don't understand much about crazy people!!!) I found myself skipping through the story about her husband trying to find her, and getting myself back to the truly juicy stuff. Without giving anything away, i found whole story to be quite coincidental and a bit far-fetched. Simons is undeniably talented and this is a fantastic novel for a person who loves dark, graphic and psychological thriller stories; I just wouldn't reread this again- I found some of the scenes hard to stomach and that's saying something!
Date published: 2014-07-10