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alwaysreadingAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Great Conclusion to the seriesSeptember 25, 2018alwaysreadingAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5If I live is the third book in the "If I run" series.
In this final book things are rapidly coming to a conclusion for Casey Cox. She knows that the bad guys are closing in, and she is running out of time.
Dylan Roberts tries his best to hide Casey from her pursuers, but when he is found out and his life is put in danger, Casey must risk all to help save him.
In my opinion, next to her Restoration Series, this was the author's best series to date. Once you start this book, be prepared to read for awhile. This book will drag the reader in, demanding that that reader know what's on the next page.
There were quite a few plot twists that completely caught me off guard. Just when I thought I had it figured out, the author pulls a twist out of left field.
There are references to God and prayer. You could read this book as a stand alone, however I do recommend that you do start with the first book. If you are a fan of fast past, action filled, with a hint of romance, I believe you will enjoy this series.
Angela BycroftOwhango, New ZealandAge: 25-34Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Stunningh Conclusion to an Amazing Series.September 1, 2018Angela BycroftOwhango, New ZealandAge: 25-34Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Wow Wow Wow - Terri Blackstock's If I Run Series has been quite the wild ride right back to book 1 and I for one have really enjoyed it. From it's tense beginnings through to the tension packed middle section as the tangled web of intrigue and suspense slowly unravelled itself to it incredibly satisfactory conclusion.
Book 3 has a lot of story to get though with the 'baddies' always a bare breath away from our hero's and Casey's only hope is the very one who was chasing her down down os many books ago! But Dylan is now heart and soul behind Casey and determined to see her vindicated but more importantly - alive. And with this tales twists and turns that is not a sure bet whatsoever.
This is a series I will happily dive into again to discover the nuances that I may have missed in the initial read through. I can't recommend highly enough......if your heart can take the tension.
I received a copy of this book for free from the publisher as part of the Thomas Nelson/ Zondervan Fiction Guild. I was not required to post a positive review and the views and opinions expressed are my own.
Perrianne4 Stars Out Of 5Still on the run.....August 26, 2018PerrianneCasey Cox is still on the run after being accused of the murder of one of her closest friends. Dylan Roberts is an investigator who once condemned her and is now her only hope of being freed of the murder charges. But Casey is running out of places to hide and her face seems to be everywhere in the news. Then the tides turn and Dylan's life has been threatened. Is this a trick to force Casey out of hiding? Who are the real killers? As the body count stacks up considerably, Casey and Dylan try to forge a path to freedom for them both. They are both tired of running and having their lives at stake on a daily basis.
In this third installment, Casey has finally seemed to find her talent for disguises and frequently relocating. However, money is running tight and she does at least briefly hold down a job, albeit a sketchy one at best. Her sketchy boss may in the end be more of a help than she can ever imagine.
Truthfully, I think this could have been wrapped up in the last book, as I did grow weary of the constant chases, the body counts and the somewhat unbelievable escapes taken by both Casey and Dylan towards the end. How many times can you really escape well trained law enforcement officers?
This is the third book in the If I Run series and you really will miss pertinent details if you skip the first two books in the series. It might be best to buy all three books in the series if you haven't read one yet and read them in order. It will be much easier to keep track of the storyline.
ShaiNorfolk, NEAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5OUTSTANDING IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORDJune 25, 2018ShaiNorfolk, NEAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5If I Live is an outstanding ending to the If I Run Series and I think the best of Terri Blackstock's books to date. Casey Cox is a strong heroine who is fighting for her life, but she does so by helping others along the way. Using her wits and not weapons, Casey proves that prayer is the strongest firearm we have against evil. Dylan Roberts is brilliant and his wise maneuvers in chasing Casey without giving her up to the villains is amazing.
The book kept me on the edge of my seat and without a clue to how everything would work out. Ms. Blackstock's writing abilities are unsurpassed in suspense. I cannot wait for her next book.
If I Live is a five out of five!! But you must read this series in order to gain the full effect of the story. An amazing read!!
taralynee5 Stars Out Of 5amazing end to one of my favorite trilogiesJune 24, 2018taralyneeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Terri Blackstock did such an amazing job with this trilogy. If you haven't read the first two books (If I Run and If I'm Found), please read those before you pick up this one to read. You're going to want to have all three on hand once you begin though.. because that's the best way to read these -- straight through!
I love the way these books were written, with the parts relevant to each individual book wrapping up at the end of that installment, while the big picture story draws you into the next book effortlessly.
I don't want to say much about the story. It's too easy to give away important information with this series. The story of Casey is continued in If I Live, as she remains on the run, the false accusation that she murdered her friend close on her heels.
The ending was, for me, kind of bittersweet. I wasn't disappointed at all, but... now this trilogy is over.. and even though I will be rereading these books, it's just not the same.
Comparing this book/series with food, I think I'll go with scrambled eggs. Scrambled eggs have substance, yet are quick to make and eat. These books are quick reads but they aren't fluff. They have substance.