Thought lost in a flood ten years ago, a sixteen-year-old boy walks out of the woods one day alive. He’s not speaking, though, which makes it difficult for police and his family to find out the truth of what happened to him.
I can’t say I loved this book, but I definitely enjoyed it. The writing is good. It flows well, and makes you want to keep reading. The story makes you want to keep reading as well, with just enough suspense to hold your interest. For me, though, it was a little predictable. I like to get to the end of a thriller and be shocked but not surprised by the ending – where you didn’t see it coming, but it makes sense. With this book, unfortunately, I saw the end coming a mile off. But there were still a few surprises along the way, and like I said, the writing was good enough to keep me interested. I’ll try another by this author.