It's been 30 years since the terrifying abduction of twin sisters Rebecca and Molly Underhill by a deranged man who lived in a cabin behind their house. Fearful of retribution against their family, the girls kept the incident secret. Rebecca, now a painter and art teacher, suddenly begins getting... show more
It's been 30 years since the terrifying abduction of twin sisters Rebecca and Molly Underhill by a deranged man who lived in a cabin behind their house. Fearful of retribution against their family, the girls kept the incident secret. Rebecca, now a painter and art teacher, suddenly begins getting mysterious text messages. Is Molly - long lost to cancer - trying to communicate? It couldn't be their attacker from so many years ago; he was imprisoned for a similar crime at about that same time. Surely he'd still be in jail or dead by now - wouldn't he?
When one of Rebecca's art students - an autistic savant - gives her a series of paintings, Rebecca realizes the paintings' scenes match the nightmares she's had every night since the horrific ordeal three decades earlier.
Escape into a pulse-pounding story that poses the question: What if you were forced to relive the most horrifying moment of your life?
Publish date: 2012-09-04
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Edition language: English
Just meh.... The story was ok. A young girl and her twin sister experience and trauma and decide not to tell anyone. Thirty years later, the still living sister is confronted by reminders of the event. Is the monster coming back? I found the story a bit boring and predictable. There were moments...
What I thought:that the book began well. The author managed to capture my attention and keep for a while.for a book with a predictable storyline, it seemed too long. We knew that Whalen was coming back, that he would be abducting Rebecca and try to kill her. Yet the story was more than 200 pages lon...
Vincent Zandri's "The Remains" is a thriller of the first water. As noted in the title, I finished it in a single night; I simply could not stop reading!Zandri's protagonist is Rebecca Underhill, an art instructor. As a young teenager, she and her late sister, Molly, were abducted by one Joseph Wi...
Def. not my favorite Vin Zandri book, but I really did enjoy this. It took a bit for it to really get going, unlike ALL of his other books I have read, but once it did, it took off in the classic writing style Vin. I already plan on continuing with his other books. This one was a 4 star to me, but i...
This book was a little blah to me...I like a strong woman and I did not see that much with her, She wasn't whiny or irritating just not a very memorable character. The book was worth reading if you have nothing else to read.
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