Rating: 2 out of 5.

Description

When a killer chooses you, what choice do you have?

Thirty years ago, Elise and Nathaniel shared a horrific trauma that united them in grief. Now, grown up and married with a young family, they feel their worst nightmares are behind them. Until the day their daughter is abducted and murdered.

Both Elise and Nathaniel lost their mothers to a notorious killer who manipulated innocent victims into taking their own lives. Could it be that the Watcher has returned for another round of the same sadistic game? Why now? And why are Elise and Nathaniel being targeted again?

When Elise’s family falls under suspicion, her world crashes down around her. Is there anyone she can trust, or is her whole life built on lies?

Only one thing is clear. Someone left their cruel game unfinished all those years ago. This time the Watcher intends to win – once and for all.

My Review

Whew! I hardly ever give a review under three stars, but I couldn’t find anything to save this one from the sad fate of only two stars.

It was nothing short of chaotic, too many characters, too many details and at the same time, not enough. I wanted to like it but there was just so SO much going on.

Also, when an author creates a character with a medical or mental health condition, it’s important to get the symptoms correct. I felt like some of the information wasn’t 100% correct and that can really make it hard to stick with it.

2 thoughts

  1. I read this book as well and I felt exactly the same! I wanted so much more from the characters. I felt like I needed to write down all the characters so I could keep track of them.

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