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Stevens, Chevy. Still missing / Chevy Stevens.—1st ed. p. cm. ISBN 0- 8. 1. Self-realization in women—Fiction. 2. Abduction—Fiction. 3. Editorial Reviews. pettiremerhalf.ml Review. Product Description On the day she was abducted, Still Missing: A Novel - Kindle edition by Chevy Stevens. Get Free Read & Download Files Still Missing Chevy Stevens PDF. STILL MISSING CHEVY STEVENS. Download: Still Missing Chevy Stevens. STILL MISSING.

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Mar 27, Jennifer rated it did not like it This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I have come to realize that if a book's jacket is covered in praise from authors but not a single critic, it's a bad sign. I was hoping Still Missing would be an exception since it has a high rating from readers here on Goodreads, but no suck luck. The biggest problem is that Chevy Stevens is simply not a very good writer. I was only a few pages into the book when I came across this clunker: "Mom may be small, barely five feet, but I was the one always faling short. It just got worse and I have come to realize that if a book's jacket is covered in praise from authors but not a single critic, it's a bad sign. I really did not like the setup of the narrative being told in sessions to the therapist. Stevens is simply not skilled enough to pull off this trick; there were even times when present and past tenses were used incorrectly. Also, the way she made post-abduction Annie display her trauma was with forced bad-assness.

The biggest problem is that Chevy Stevens is simply not a very good writer. I was only a few pages into the book when I came across this clunker: "Mom may be small, barely five feet, but I was the one always faling short. It just got worse and I have come to realize that if a book's jacket is covered in praise from authors but not a single critic, it's a bad sign. I really did not like the setup of the narrative being told in sessions to the therapist. Stevens is simply not skilled enough to pull off this trick; there were even times when present and past tenses were used incorrectly.

Also, the way she made post-abduction Annie display her trauma was with forced bad-assness. Good lord. When The Freak gives Annie the book about natural pregnancy, she couldn't just leave it alone; she had to beat the reader over the head with "Yeah, that was The Freak, because, you know, abducting a woman, locking her in a cabin, and raping her is real natural.

Same thing with the "I like cats" scene. While we're on that subject, let's not forget the masterful line "Luck was my whole damn marketing campaign.

Now, that's irony for you. But thanks for playing, Alanis! And can I just say for the record that if I read the word "Freak" one more time I was going to scream?

Annie calls her kidnapper "The Freak," which Ok, whatever. But then she has to use the term about five times per page, and even throws in "freaky freak" and "friend of freak" and "a freak like The Freak," and "Freak freak freak freak freak freak," and OHMYGOD someone please make it stop!!! Never Knowing: A Novel.

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Chevy Stevens. That Night: Always Watching: Never Let You Go: Those Girls: The Other Side: A Short Story. Editorial Reviews site. site Exclusive: Lisa Gardner Reviews Still Missing New York Times bestselling crime novelist Lisa Gardner began her career in food service, but after her hair caught on fire numerous times she took the hint and focused on writing instead.

A self-described research junkie, she has parlayed her interest in police procedure, cutting edge forensics, and twisted plots into a streak of 11 bestselling suspense novels, including her most recent release, The Neighbor.

Read her guest review of Still Missing: Starred Review. Stevens's impressive debut, a thriller set on Vancouver Island, pulsates with suspense that gets a power boost from the jaw-dropping but credible closing twist. In psychiatric sessions, Annie O'Sullivan, a year-old realtor with a nice boyfriend and a demanding mother, describes her year-long ordeal as the captive of a rapist. Annie was about to close up an open house for a property when an affable guy who introduced himself as David showed up.

In short order, David kidnapped her and held her hostage in a remote mountain cabin.

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There, he raped her daily, regulated every moment, and forced her to play house. The intense plot alternates between Annie's creepy confinement, her escape, and her attempts to readjust to real life, from going to the bathroom when she wants to managing her own meals.

Still, Annie knows that a large part of her soul is still missing. Her transformation from victim adds to the believability of the enthralling plot.

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Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention still missing chevy stevens page turner well written annie sullivan twists and turns highly recommend edge of my seat great read held captive really enjoyed debut novel looking forward long time put this book good read subject matter must read gone girl loved this book.

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Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified download. I don't typically read this type of book. This book had me hooked.

I absolutely had to keep reading to find out what happened next.

I was rooting for Annie the entire book. I did not see the shocker at the end of the book coming! I read it fairly quickly over 3 days. I will never not think of this book while shaving my legs! I will continue to read books by this author. This was a hard book to put down with a good plot and an ending you do not predict. I would recommend this book to women or men who like psychological thrillers who have a day or two to read this because it is hard to put down.

It keeps you guessing all the way through to the very end. I would not recommend it to women who have been seriously traumatized. A reminder that women in this day and age must always be careful of their surroundings, who they trust, and how to defend themselves.

No matter what, Don't allow oneself to be taken from point A to point B, even if there is a gun at your back. Psychos are everywhere, and sometimes in your own family. What I love about her writing is two-fold. She is a fantastic storyteller, and she is just superb with her research. Not only can I not stop reading because of her ability to keep you involved with the story line but also you are going to learn so very much as each chapter unfolds.

If you give Still Missing a chance, you will see for yourself. I do not know the author, have never met her, and this is completely unsolicited, but I can't wait to finish this book to plow into her other offerings. You won't regret your investment in time and a few bucks. Stevens is brilliant imo. Still Missing by Chevy Stevens is a page psychological masterpiece published by St.

Abducted from an open house, Annie is held hostage for a year by "The Freak" who terrorized her, beat her, put her on a pee schedule and denied her food and light for the biggest part of her captivity. Coming to terms with her new phobias and fears, while uncovering the mystery of why this was done to her, leads Annie down a startling emotional path all the while trying to reintegrate herself into her life "before.

I will admit I didn't care for Annie in the beginning, but as I continued to read, I became more and more engrossed in her story. Told in such a smart fashion, seeing her struggles through her eyes, hearing about it in her words drew me in so that I refused to put this book down until I read the last page.

Another 5 star read! If my mother were Lorraine O'Sullivan, I'd have shot her self-absorbed butt and fed her decomposing corpse to the coyotes, while whistling the theme to Deliverance through my missing two front teeth. Which would have presented me with one of two scenarios: Either way, though, it would have ended in fireworks.

Heck, Deliverance which I should disclose I haven't seen with its mountain men and male rape scene sounds more like rainbows and pixie sticks compared to what transpires in this novel. David, her captor, brings a new definition to the word psychopath.

There's also a second narrative recounting events in her life following her escape, and frankly, it doesn't sound like her life has improved all that much.

Annie sleeps in closets, jumps at any sound that races through the night, and shuts down from the world around her. She's a victim in every sense of the word, and her strong, vibrant nature and social life suffer accordingly.

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Reading about her dramatic change was near gut-wrenching, but this was a book I wasn't about to put down. With its plot twists, true-to-life characters, confinement issues, and individuals with psychopathic tendencies, this novel has something for everyone, minus the kiddos.

With her debut novel, Chevy Stevens has already proven that she's a psychological thriller master. I just need to take a few deep breaths before I make the plunge.

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Robert Downs Author of Falling Immortality: Casey Holden, Private Investigator. Mass Market Paperback Verified download. Extremely intriguing. I've read so many hundreds of mysteries and thrillers that it's difficult to come across fresh new twists and surprises. But Chevy Stevens has come up with a story idea that is truly intriguing, different, and unexpected.

It is not just a story about a woman who is kidnapped and held in captivity for over a year, the new twist and the most interesting part is the second half of the book after she escapes. In many ways, this second story is more suspenseful and wrenching than the first half--and it is what makes this novel go beyond the "designated bad guy" thriller. Some reviewers said that they felt the final twist stretched belief too much, but let's face it--most thrillers do that.

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