Book Blogger Hop #13


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This week question:

Have you ever thought of writing a respectful, but angry letter to an author to ask them WHY they killed off one of your favorite characters in a novel? (submitted by Maria @ A Night’s Dream of Books)

My answer:

No, never happened to any of my favorite characters, thank goodness! It did happen in TV shows or fanfictions and I did think to write a nasty comment but it never accomplishes anything (not like they will resurrect the character, right?)

Abducted

Abducted
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, Book # 1
CreateSpace Independent Publishing
May 29th, 2011
ebook
354
English
August 28, 2017 August 30, 2017

When Lizzy Gardner was only seventeen, what should have been the perfect night became the perfect nightmare. Kidnapped just blocks from home after a romantic evening with her boyfriend, Jared, she woke up to find herself at the mercy of a depraved serial killer. Imprisoned and tormented for months by the maniac she came to know as Spiderman, Lizzy narrowly escaped, the only one of his victims to survive. But Spiderman escaped too, outwitting police and cursing Lizzy to spend her life looking over her shoulder…

Fourteen years later, Lizzy is a private investigator who teaches self-defense to teenage girls in her free time. She does what she can to help others protect themselves and to forget the horror of her ordeal, yet fears she will always be known as “the one who got away.” Then she receives a phone call from Jared, now a special agent for the FBI, with grim news. The killer has resurfaced, this time with a very specific target—Lizzy. And he’s made it clear that she will not escape him again. So begins a chilling game of cat-and-mouse, a terrifying, heart-pounding hunt that only one will survive.


About the Book

I hate spiders! I wish everyone on Goodread.com would stop posting spider images in the comment section, but no! Anyway, I loved the book!

So the main character was victim of a crime and I usually don’t like that, even if I like series like Kate Burkholder and Smoky Barret, but I liked this in the book. So I’m very picky when main characters are victims, too.

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Book Blogger Hop #12


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This week question:

How do you organize your books for review? Does it work for you or have you had to change it? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver’s Reviews)

My answer:

Right now I make a future post when I start reading a book, then while I read I update it with my thoughts. When I finish it I jot down a quick review with what I want to say. Close to that date I review my post and add everything else (synopsis, book details etc). So I post as I read, I mean more or less I post chronologically. First read, first reviewed.

Book Blogger Hop #11


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This week question:

Is there a fictitious town in a book that you would love to live in? What makes it appealing? (submitted by Elizabeth @ Silver’s Reviews)

My answer:

No, other than A song of ice and fire, I’ve never read books with fictitious towns. And I wouldn’t like to live in Westeros or in any other Martin’s worlds… (even if I love those books!)