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Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 2 years ago
There are only two things in life Reece, the main character of Everything Burns, likes: himself and fire, not necessarily in that order though. While the fire part is easily understandable, as he was in a fire as a child which killed his mother and brothers, it is told to you so many times that it w...
T's Stuff too
T's Stuff too rated it 3 years ago
This is the 2nd book in the Rebecca Underhill trilogy. I did not read the 1st book but will be soon. Even though I had not read the 1st book I had no real problems following this this book as it can be read as a stand alone. Mr Zandri does give you enough of a back story to let you easily follow alo...
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it 3 years ago
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...
Midu Reads
Midu Reads rated it 4 years ago
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...
The Book Diva's Reads
The Book Diva's Reads rated it 7 years ago
Nick Angel is suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. He knows that the stress is directly related to his last mission in Afghanistan. The psychological and emotional stress is causing a physiological response, transient blindness. His stress is also causing stress on his relationship with hi...
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b00k r3vi3ws rated it 8 years ago
Mary, a Travel Agent by profession, is a grieving mother. The story is narrated from Mary’s POV. She has lost her child to a drowning incident and so it’s high on emotions. Besides her ex-husband and her child, Mary did not really have in anyone else in her life. And so, when she finds herself alone...
Sharon E. Cathcart
Sharon E. Cathcart rated it 8 years ago
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...
Cocktails and Books
Cocktails and Books rated it 8 years ago
This was a wonderfully written short about what a couple must go through to reconnect after a tour in Afghanistan changes an Army officer. The short is written from the officer's point of view and demonstrates the mindset of a wounded soldier trying to come to grips with not only his injury (percei...
A Book and A Review #2
A Book and A Review #2 rated it 8 years ago
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...
Telly Says.....
Telly Says..... rated it 8 years ago
Well it's pretty hard not to love a Vincent Zandri book and this one does not disappoint. The stories are never the 'norm' and the characters are people you can't help but like. I even liked the killer. Maybe admired his creativity is a better way to say it. I would look like a horrible person i...
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