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Sunday, December 18, 2011
Deadly Captive by Bianca Sommerland
Be warned. Deadly Captive is not for the weak stomached. This is probably one of the strangest but utterly captivating stories that can be described as a romance (in a way) but is also, so much more.
From the first chapter the reader is transported into the action. Lydia doesn’t know who she is or what the hell has happened and I think the way Bianca Sommerland plays out the amnesia allows the reader to be just as confused about what is going on.
The characters are different and the depth of the emotion is poignant. The addition of Mary was such a sad moment throughout the book but it tested the strength of Joe and Lydia. The entire book is played in the first person and I usually get a little bored with the one tone description but with Deadly Captive it really works. So much is being played out, you don’t need the extra point of views.
Overall this is a book with the combination of paranormal, torture, love and above all a woman’s fight for freedom. You will like or love this book if you want something different and away from the norm.
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