No Exit: A Novel

No Exit: A Novel

by Taylor Adams


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ISBN-13: 9780062875655
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 01/15/2019
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 1,371
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.50(d)

About the Author

Taylor Adams graduated from Eastern Washington University with the prestigious Edmund G. Yarwood Award. His directorial work has screened at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival and he is an avid fan of suspenseful fiction and film. He lives in Washington state.

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No Exit 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Exciting, scary, edge of your seat read, all the way to the very last page. Stayed up way to late, hard to put down. Will definitely keep an eye out for this author, he is really, really good!
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Anonymous 3 months ago
This book was an exciting page turner. Twits and turns at every corner that you don’t see coming. Keeps you on the edge of your seat. Would highly recommend if you like suspense/thrillers.
marykuhl 6 days ago
This book reminds me a lot of the Jack Daniels series by JA Konrath. Everything that can happen, does. This book takes place over a period of 24-hours. Stranded at a rest stop during a blizzard, Darby sees a young girl locked inside a van. She doesn't know who the van belongs too, so she doesn't know who to trust for help. Kept me on the edge of my seat, waiting for the other shoe to drop.
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Anonymous 21 days ago
It took me a day to finish this book. I couldn't put it down! It is suspenseful, thrilling and will keep you on your toes! 5 stars for a fantastic fast pace thriller!
Anonymous 22 days ago
This is one of the BEST books I have read in quite some time. This book had me on the edge of my seat in the first 20 pages..I simply could not stop. I read the entire thing within 24 hours, staying up way past time to go to sleep. I highly recommend that everyone give this a shot. So far, my favorite book of 2019,
Candice_S 4 months ago
HOLY HANNAH THIS BOOK! I had heard amazing reviews of it, and so I knew I needed to pick it up ASAP to see what all the hype was about. I will say, I read ALOT of thrillers, but I don't remember the last one that had THIS MANY twists and turns that left me guessing, reeling and flat out shocked. I loved every single page. 100 percent be ready to read this one in one sitting once you pick it up. Taylor Adams did remarkable work making this a fast read, while never sacrificing the detail and the plot. I spent the entire night reading this one feeling as though I was just as trapped at the rest stop as the characters were. Heart pounding and insanely tense - literally the exact recipe you want for a thriller! I also appreciated that these were characters with some depth - flawed and human characters, and a wonderfully evil villain playing a cat and mouse game that has you rooting for them to survive the night.....but totally unsure if they really will. I won't say anything else, because every reader needs to be able to devour this one on their own terms. But rest assured this one deserves all the praise its getting!
Anonymous 4 months ago
Grabbed me from the first page. Great characters and the perfect setting for a terrifying night: a snowed-in rest stop in the Rocky Mountains. Never a dull moment for the reader.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Had me on the edge of my seat the whole time. Some interesting twists.
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AmberK1120 5 months ago
Thanks to the publisher for the free copy. I picked this book up at the insistence of a coworker, who claimed to have read it in its entirety within a 24-hour period. My current reading situation included a lot of historical fiction, so I decided to listen to her advice; I was in the mood for a little break and palate cleanser. I started it after supper on a Saturday night and finished it over lunch the next afternoon. Ho. Ly. Crap. 
The hype is real, my friends. Adams has crafted an intense, fast-paced, nutso 12-hour storyline that literally had my reading on the edge of my seat. I don't know how to talk about this book without spoiling it, so I'll give you a handful bullet points.
 -Using such a tight timeframe, 12 hours from start to finish, was a brilliant way to jack up the intensity of this story. There is no way this would've been as exciting had it spread out over days or weeks.
 -Darby is fierce, and smart, but also flawed and human, and I loved her as the main character. She is everything I'd hope to be in her situation.
 -Sociopaths make such perfect I-love-to-hate-them characters. And I really hated these people. 
-This is totally one of my worst nightmares. 
That's it. That's all I'm going to say. This book blew me away and rocked my world (and all the other excessive phrases). Now go read it and be blown away yourself.
jnmegan More than 1 year ago
No Exit by Taylor Adams manages to move at breakneck speed, even though its action takes place in an enclosed setting over the course of twelve hours. It is almost Christmas Eve, and Darby Thorne is reluctantly travelling home from college through the Rocky Mountains after learning that her mother’s death from cancer may be imminent. A winter storm interrupts her journey and forces her to seek refuge at a remote rest area already encased in snow. There are a few other stranded motorists already waiting out the weather in the visitor’s center, and Darby figures that she will be in for a tedious wait before the plow trucks clear the way. When she ventures outside to try to get a phone signal, however, she happens upon a disturbing sight that sets off a shocking chain of events. Thrust into the role of heroine, Darby needs to take make vital decisions about who to trust and take some immediate action that will challenge her physically and mentally for the rest of the night. Adams does an admirable job portraying an average person placed under extreme circumstances. Can mental agility and strong moral determination triumph over brute force and callously evil intentions? A combination between a “Locked Door” and a “Ticking Clock” mystery, No Exit relentlessly ratchets up the tension and uses unpredictable plot twists to maintain its momentum. The reader can feel the claustrophobic chill as the evening grows darker and increasingly more sinister. This novel would captivate thriller fans and those who enjoy a story involving a deadly game of cat-and-mouse.