Read this book for my book club, had a hard time putting it down. Has a lot of different story lines going at one time, but it wasn't hard to keep them straight. I would recommend this book to someone looking for an intriguing, good read!
I can't review Coben's book yet since I haven't read it but it represents one of the reasons I love Amazon for being my Kindle provider (as well as many other things). I think (like Apple products) the Kindle is the best made ebook reader. I have the loaded one and it never ceases to amaze me how fast I can have it when I order it. I love Prime and I love 1 shot ordering...you are the most user friendly site online.I love that you can sample a book and that you can peek inside etc etc. I love that you send me other books that you think I might like. Thank you and keep up the good work.
The plot twist/ending for the book is so dumb.It made absolutely no sense why everyone was covering up the truth.Coben, you can do better.
Seven teenagers went into "The Woods" that night during Summer Camp, but only three came out. The three were affected for the next 20 years. Then one of the four who didn't come out appeared, but had been recently murdered. One who did come out was Paul Copeland, County prosecutor, and another whom they never found was his sister, Lucy. Paul begins the search for her and answers as to what happened in "The Woods" that night 20 years ago. More people are murdered as the screams in "The Woods" continue.