Wow! I just finished this book and haven't yet had a chance to let it "simmer". When I read a really good book I like to let it simmer for a while and absorb it. This was an amazing, powerful book.
In this book Annie O'Sullivan is abducted from an open house and held captive for over a year. The book is told from her perspective through her therapy sessions. I liked that from the beginning you know she had escaped from the madman. I thought that might take away from the book, but you were still surprised when it happened and the ending was shocking.
This character was so great. She has to be one of my favorite literary characters now. Why? Because she was strong, she was real, she survived. It was a heartbreaking tale made only the worse by the ending which I won't give away because I was absolutely STUNNED!
I wouldn't call it a so called thriller, but had some elements. The book is mainly how this woman survived what would be a woman's worst nightmare in so many ways.
I don't want to say more because I don't want to give anything away, this is a definite MUST READ. My grade on this is an A.