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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

A GREAT INTRIGUING RIDE!

This is a unique, unusual and gripping story! It explores schizophrenia, identity theft, closure, and the need to be approved of, loved and accepted. There are three different storylines that seem to have nothing to do with each other. They lead up to some strange event...
This is a unique, unusual and gripping story! It explores schizophrenia, identity theft, closure, and the need to be approved of, loved and accepted. There are three different storylines that seem to have nothing to do with each other. They lead up to some strange events that the mystery is slowly unraveled by the end of the book.

Miles Chesire has an identical twin whose brother, Hayden, who has been missing for a long time. He receives a strange letter from Hayden. Miles drives from Ohio to northern Canada hoping to find him. Hayden is not well and Miles feels compelled to search for him. Hayden is alleged to be brilliant and different while Miles seems to be a perfectly normal man.

Lucy Lattimore is dissatisfied with her life in a small town in Ohio. Soon after graduating from high school, she leaves town with her former history teacher.

One story begins with a young man, Ryan, whose father assures him that he will not bleed to death as he's rushed to the emergency room with his severed arm in an ice cooler. Jay and his son Ryan make a living stealing credit card numbers and using false identities to get cash.

Each story is captivating in its own right and holds the readers interest right through to the connection and intriguing end. A GREAT RIDE!!


Others that kept me glued to the pages: I CAN SEE YOU, 61 HOURS, EXPLOSION IN PARIS, THE PASSAGE..

posted by angeleyesAS on June 25, 2010

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

What???

I must say that I found this book truly disappointing. I always read a book to the end, but found it especially hard to do with this one. To me, the characters are undeveloped and unbelievable. The book was depressing!

posted by Lovesbooks68 on January 21, 2012

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  • Posted September 26, 2009

    That's what I get for believing a People Magazine review.

    I had run out of books from my favorite authors, having just finished Laurie R. Kings's "The Language of Bees", and read of review of this book. Seemed intriguing based on the review and I was looking for a new series of books to read.
    I'm sorry, I just don't get the excitement. I didn't find it thrilling, suspenseful, intriguing, or dramatic. The characters are roughly sketched instead of artistically drawn.
    I suppose if you have exhausted all other book choices and the latest Nicholas Sparks thriller, joking, they may get your through a boring afternoon.

    0 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 7, 2009

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    Bizarre

    This strange novel was hard to get in to, hard to stick with, but easy to toss when done. If an author wants to write something that defies conventions, well, fine. But shouldn't it at least make some sense or have some coherence?

    0 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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