Author: S.K. Barnett
Publication Date: June 11, 2020
Book Description: A kidnapped girl survived twelve nightmarish years.
Now she’s safely back home . . . or is she?
Jenny Kristal was six years old when she was snatched off the sidewalk from her quiet suburban neighborhood. Twelve years later, she’s miraculously returned home after escaping her kidnappers—but as her parents and older brother welcome her back, the questions begin to mount. Where has she been all these years? Why is she back now? And is home really the safest place for her . . . or for any of them?
Rating 2 1/2 Stars
Mini Review: This is a very forgettable thriller that drags at many times. Jenny was kidnapped at age six, twelve years later she shows up and is returned to her family. The reader through different narrators quickly discovers something is not just right with her story.
The first few chapters sucked me in, however at points it was a bit of a slog to get through. There were a few twists and turns to keep you engaged, but for a thriller, I was just not getting any of the adrenaline pumping that I like from this genre. This book was ok, but nothing I will remember as time passes by.