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Freak

Freak

Scritto da Jennifer Hillier

Narrato da Talmadge Ragan


Freak

Scritto da Jennifer Hillier

Narrato da Talmadge Ragan

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4.5/5 (39 valutazioni)
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10 ore
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Pubblicato:
Jul 8, 2013
ISBN:
9781452684543
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Descrizione

Inside a maximum-security prison cell, Abby Maddox is serving twenty years for slashing Seattle PD officer Jerry Isaac's throat during the harrowing capture of her former lover, serial killer Ethan Wolfe. To the demented fans, lunatics, and creeps on the outside, she is a celebrity. But to Jerry, now a private investigator whose scarred neck and tortured speech are daily reminders of Abby's vicious attack, she alone may be the key to solving a new wave of murders. Because this killer has been sending her love letters, and carving a message on the victims' bodies: Free Abby Maddox.



With the help of intuitive criminology student Danny Mercy, Puget Sound State professor Sheila Tao, and seasoned detective Mike Torrance, Jerry must coax the shattering truth from isolated, dangerous Abby-before her number one fan takes another life in the name of a killer's perverted idea of justice.
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Informazioni sull'autore

JENNIFER HILLIER was born and raised in Toronto, Canada, lived in the Seattle area for years, and has just moved back to Toronto with her husband and son. Jennifer is the author of Wonderland, Creep, and Jar of Hearts.

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  • (3/5)
    I wasn't enamored with Creep, but since I'd already purchased Freak, I figured I might as well read it. The sequel to Creep, Freak picks up a year after the events in Creep. Abby is arrested, Morris and Sheila still aren't married (and are having relationship problems...still), and Jerry and Marianne are separated. There's a new serial killer on the prowl, one that carves "free Abby Maddox" on the victims' bodies. I liked Freak marginally more than Creep, but not by much. I still find it nearly impossible to care about any of the characters in the book. Even Abby Maddox, who is supposed to be some charismatic pied piper who can induce people to blindly follow her, falls flat. And I could see the big "twist" a mile away. The author leaves the book somewhat unresolved, so I'm sure there will probably be a sequel at some point in the future. I'm not sure if I'll pick it up, though.
  • (5/5)
    This was a good book. Loved the ending!
  • (5/5)
    I love to read books that keep you guessing right until the end. I had no idea how this one was going to end, even if I’d been able to make a guess I doubt I would have been close. There were so many twists that by the end I didn’t even care about guessing. I was so engrossed in this story that I wasn’t even looking to the future, I was tied to the right now. The writing was awesome in this one. There are some scenes that were fairly graphic and yet it didn’t come off as being gross, disgusting, or in poor taste. It was gruesome, disturbing, and shocking, but it was so well put together that it didn’t really phase me. It was an important part of a very good story.I liked how the characters were developed in this one. Everything wasn’t just thrown out there at the beginning. That would have ruined the story. As certain parts of a character’s development were needed they were expertly added to the story. But things didn’t feel like they were just thrown together. As we learned something about a character it was quickly integrated into the story. I can’t say I particularly liked any of the characters – they all seemed to have something that made them not the greatest people – but I was truly engaged and wanted to know what was going to happen to them next. Even though I felt as if I knew them all each time a twist was thrown in I would get to see a side of them that I didn’t know existed.I can’t say enough how well written this was. Even when the story was getting gruesome I couldn’t put it down. The writing was so good that it really pulled me in. I was so drawn into the story that I just couldn’t focus on anything else. I had to keep reading because no matter what was going on in the story I just knew that something even more awesome was coming on the next page. Given all the horrible things that went on in this book I’d normally say it was very difficult to read. But with this one everything fell into place and even the horrible events were necessary.I think this was probably one of the best written books I’ve ever read. It was exciting, and suspenseful and truly pulled me in right from the beginning. Hillier is definitely a master of her craft and I will be picking up more of her books! People always say “She/He could sing the phone book and make it sound beautiful” I think if Hillier had written the phone book it wouldn’t have become almost obsolete!