" Dark, provocative, and glaringly honest," H. Turley, Reader
The first day of my captivity was like being born... or dying. They're both kind of the same thing with the long tunnel and the bright light at the end. Maybe it wasn't like either, actually. Maybe I'm remembering it wrong because for me that day all there was was darkness.
Today I found something beautiful and decided to break it. I wanted to see it shatter in my hand and crumble at my feet. Her name is Emily Vargas.She's bright and educated and stunning. Articulate. She'll want someone to talk to her.
" . . . beautifully written and exquisitely detailed . . . a brilliantly written book and I highly suggest it, if you're up for the challenge." -mamakittyreviews.com
" . . . the most twisted form of psychological conditioning, I've ever read . . . will stick in your brain for days after you read it." - Kathleen Gresham, Reader
Very well written. It does contain some distressing scenes that can be triggering so keep that in mind. The last 1/4 I thought failed the book. It was really enjoyable until then, it was gripping and I couldn't put it down but the ending made me so frustrated.