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Publication Date: 2009
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Terri Blackstock has sold over seven million books worldwide and is a New York Times best-selling author. She is the award-winning author of Intervention, Vicious Cycle, and Downfall, as well as such series as Cape Refuge, Newpointe 911, the SunCoast Chronicles, and the Restoration Series. Visit her website at www.terriblackstock.com Facebook: tblackstock Twitter: @terriblackstock
JoannDeFuniak Springs, FloridaAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5March 21, 2010JoannDeFuniak Springs, FloridaAge: 55-65Gender: femaleAnother great suspence book from a great author. This one did not grab me from the start as most of her books do, but still worth the read.
Paula Good4 Stars Out Of 5November 16, 2009Paula GoodThis was slow getting started but now I am a little of half through and I can hardly put it down! Terri Blackstock has done it again! I love how she always finds a way to quote scripture and witness through her characters.
robertConcord, N.C.Age: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5August 5, 2009robertConcord, N.C.Age: Over 65Gender: maleexcellent reading, as all Terry Blackstock books are. Holds you spell-bound from start to finish.
Lisa3 Stars Out Of 5August 4, 2009LisaTerri Blackstock is one of my favorite author. I loved the 911 Newport series so I couldn't wait to read this book but I was sort of disappointed. It is not one of her better books. The story just seemed to drag on.
Stephanie2 Stars Out Of 5July 22, 2009StephanieI finished this one in a day, not because I couldn't put it down, but because I wanted to get it over with and move on to something else. This looked like a good book, and it does have some good qualities, but the negatives outweigh the positives here. Parker and the other characters are two-dimensional at best--for example, all we know about some of the characters, like Serene and Pete, are their problems and/or sins. Meanwhile, characters like Parker and Gibson have a bit more depth, but not much, and oftentimes, they aren't that likeable. Terri tends to spend way too much time telling her readers about events instead of showing them, and so her descriptions and dialogue fall flat. She does inject a bit of good suspense with Marta, but as with Marta's brain, it doesn't seem to be "all there." Finally, Terri often seems to be exploring the dark side of humanity without much of a lantern for a good deal of the book, which wouldn't be so bad if everything else wasn't so flat. Sorry, Terri...better luck on the next book.