Torn (The Salzburg Saga Book 2)

Torn (The Salzburg Saga Book 2)

by D. U. Okonkwo


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ISBN-13: 9780993161766
Publisher: A Few Words Press Ltd
Publication date: 04/18/2016
Pages: 222
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.51(d)

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Torn (The Salzburg Saga, Book Two) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Docbobm More than 1 year ago
I received a review copy of this book and the other one in the series and from that I am giving an honest review. I really wanted to give these book 5 stars, honestly. It had a great story, lots of tension, great character development, all the things I look for in a book. Why give it 4 stars then. When I get to the end of a book I want an ending. This book leaves us with no resolution at all. It obviously sets up for book number 2 of the series which I received a review copy of also. But Book 2 does the same thing. Another great story where I am left hanging. Please make a bigger book or smaller story. I love the background of the characters, but I would take less if you could put the story in one book. There is so much to be said for both of these books. They show people like they really are, even though they are in a surreal experience of a plane crash. People who do not like each other forced to work together for the good of all. The cast is The crew of the pilot, co-pilot, and the stewardess The owner of a hotel chain and his two estranged sons Three members of the lawyer team for the owner who he has invited to network with others. One has brought his wife and their infant child. Nina's sister and twin brothers (Nina is one of the lawyers who had to raise the siblings when parents died) as well as her boyfriend Various others who move in and out of the story. Book 1 tells of the preparations for the flight, the takeoff and the crash. They are miles from anywhere and have no one to rely on but the pilot and one of the passengers. As noted in the cast above, they are an interesting collection, not for what they are, but for the secrets that they are hiding amongst themselves. Book 2 continues with these secrets and the prospect that one of them may die because of the actions of another. Here is where the secrets start to come out and could tear apart the group. I would recommend this set to others as soon as I would see that the third book was available and that it finished the story. There is no violence (though there really could be some) and a touch of a romance seems to be happening. It is safe for all readers.
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
Stranded in the middle of a frozen world, surviving in a frozen shelter, no water, no food and little hope of being rescued, the group of survivors slowly begin to come unraveled. Only the strength they share among each other is keeping them alive as nature plays a cruel game of survival of the fittest with this ragtag and broken group. Does the fear of death bring out the best in people or does it bring out the lies, and the hurt long buried deep within? If they survive the brutal environment, can they survive the brutal truths that open raw and angry sores? How long will it be before they are found? Will it be in time? Are their families searching for them or have they given up and lost all hope? Tensions run hot, lives are at stake and decisions to stay or move on must be decided. What they need is faith that miracles are possible, what they need is faith in each other. D.U. Okonkwo is back with the second book of her trilogy. Torn continues the gut-wrenching saga of survival, deceit and the confessions of past sins. Strong characters, emotional twists, despair and hope all play a part in this addition of a truly remarkable trilogy as strangers become dependent on each other to survive. I received this copy from D.U. Okonkwo in exchange for my honest review.