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I love this game!! Everything from the music, to the style, to the skins, is very creative, funny, and adorable!! I do have one small suggestion, however. Could you possibly create the turning butcher knives a small higher? It is extremely hard to dodge them, I've noticed, without shielding or frozen traps. Again, it is very good! Hold up the amazing work!! :D :3
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Oh my goodness! This is a book that is hard to place down. It is a race of amazing versus evil and is frustrating to see evil in a put where there should only be good, safety and y Cox discovered the body of her friend, Brent, at his house and tried to revive him but it was too late. She knew that "they" had gotten to him because he was trying to support her. Casey found the body of her father, a cop, hanging from a ceiling fan when she was twelve. The Shreveport police declared it a suicide but she knew that it wasn't. It was murder but no one would listen to her. Brent was a journalist and was investigating to support prove that her father was indeed killed. He had called her that day to say that he was discovered some things that he wanted to talk to her about but someone had gotten to him first. Unfortunately, her footprints and DNA are on over the crime stage so she knows that she will be next. She takes some cash and a duffel bag and catches a bus out of town. The police are looking for her and know that she has left city and what direction she is heading.Dylan Roberts and Brent were mates growing up together. Dylan was a criminal investigator while in the military and is now out trying to search a job. He was turned down by the Shreveport Police Department because he has PTSD. After the memorial service, Brent's parents ask Dylan to test to search Casey and bring her back to stand trial for Brent's murder. He would be working along with the police so he agrees to do it to bring Brent's assassin to justice. But Casey is a intelligent girl and evades the police for a long time. As Dylan digs into her life, he finds a various picture of the person that knew Brent from the one that the police has portrayed her to be. What a path this takes us on as Casey, now known as Grace, has to go on to stay out of the grips of the cops. This is one exciting ride! I have already started reading the next book, If I'm Found. Terri Blackstock is a amazing writer that knows how to write suspense with a notice of faith running through it.
I pre order book latest year, for have all of her books. After getting I tried to obtain into the plot, and couldnt. Then I got the book to review and knowing this has been well recieved, will test read about authors wanting to have a amazing opening line, to hold you is does, your heart pounds, as you turn the is written in chapters of Casey and Dylan .About a fourth of the method in, I finally got the flow of the story. Of the lives of Casey and BrentThen another plot was brought in, toward the latest part of book. With a missing girl, and Casey wants to search .her..Which threw the story off for en the abrupt ending. To bring up to write my review, search it will be a series. Question if I will obtain the second was written with her gripping flair, but this didn't flow for me.Was given book by Thomas Nelson - Fiction Clan for my honest opinion, for which I have given.
All written in first person show tense. The person named at the begin of each chapter is the "I" in that chapter. It took some getting used to but was ok in the end. Also, the ending of the book was a bit of a cliff hanger but if you continue on to preview the next book you will see how everything ended up. Seems like that should have been included in this book. Was a amazing story and I will go on to the next one.
I thought this story was another tale of an innocent woman perceived guilty by police , who had all the evidence in their favor. The woman involved of course had to flee the stage rather than to go to the police. Read this plot before. But by the end of the story, I changed my mind. It was an interesting chase with a lot of turns and twists ( some too stretched out and detailed) . Overall a story that had my curiosity peeked.
Another really amazing story by Terri Blackstock. She is as amazing a storyteller as any book to film author out there, if not better. A hidden gem.If her books went in to become plays or films they would be hits.I look forward to her books and appreciate most of them become a three book series. The characters become very true and the plot has time to develop without skipping details. Her use of a Christian anchor hero always keeps the story balanced. Evil may seem to be "winning" with the complicated storylines around murder, lies, kidnapping, unsavory behavior but it only demonstrates the strength of Christian values throughout to overcome and bring it to ry American. I'm grateful for her type of story. It's refreshing to become so interested and look forward to each book without dealing with all the smut.
I've never done this before, and I read tons of books each year. I stopped about halfway through and decided to write the review before I finished it. I've read other books by Terri Blackstock, a lot of actually. I've enjoyed them all, some better than others. I'd just finished a book by a various author and couldn't review it because I was conflicted about how I thought about it. I decided to begin this one. As I read and began to know the characters, and obtain sucked into the story, there came a point where I was hooked. I sighed and knew I would not watch any of my favorite television shows, or work on my hobbies because I was strapped in and ready to ride this one in. In addition, her method of weaving faith into the story is brilliant. I marked some of the pages because I can use her examples for myself when I share my faith. I appreciate Terry for her balance of grace and truth, and a amazing mix of suspense, and characters with heart. She makes you really feel what the characters are going through. "Keep em comin" Terry, and I will hold reading. She's my favorite fictional author and her books are always various and fresh!
Terri Blackstock is AMAZING ....... yet again! Love this book, and all the twists and turns. Terri weaves a story like no one else, and keeps you enthralled throughout. And how refreshing to have these amazing books without all the curse words and smut that envelop a lot of of today's novels. Her subtle weaving of faith throughout this series adds that feeling of hope to what seems like a hopeless situation for Casey. I have already read the second book in the series (If I'm Found), and I don't know how I am going to wait until the next book of this series is released!
If I Run, is one of the best suspense novel I've read in a while. I could not place this book down and stayed up late in order to [email protected]#$%!. It's a story that grabs your attention. This book opens right in the middle of all the secrets and the action where Casey is running from life to protect herself; she claims to be innocent though the evidence seems to go versus her. The chapters go back and forth between her and Dylan the detective hired to search ere is some Christianaty in the book but the author does not focus too much on it.I found myself on the edge of my seat during the whole book, and so sad when it was over. This one leaves the readers hanging dry at the end.I didn't know this till the end of the book when I read the end notes from the author saying this book is the first of a fresh trilogy. Hope she comes out with the second book soon.I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program. I was not needed to write a positive review.
Terri Blackstock has the special bonus of effective storytelling. Her main characters in this book are likeable and so real, I sometimes forgot this is y is a young woman who at twelve years old found her father dead from hanging. The police were fast to rule this a suicide. Casey knows her father's death was murder and has lived with the stigma of his supposed suicide ever since. In a moment of weakness she tells her amazing mate who is a reporter why she believes her father was murdered. Brent quietly begins to research the evidence and has uncovered some disturbing information. Casey is once again traumatised when she walks in and finds Brent brutally stabbed to death. She knows she will be blamed for his murder if she is found with the body so she panics and runs, leaving everything behind.I'm satisfied to say this is the first book in a series because I wish to spend more time with Casey. This is one of the signs of a amazing book. Another sign is not wanting to stop reading. Amazing characters, amazing writing and a solid plot also contributed to giving this book a five star rating.
Although this is the first in a series, it could be read as a stand-alone story. It's a clean read, by a well-known Christian author, but is not 'preachy'. The story line incorporates some latest happenings from the news, and kept me interested in what was going to happen next with the characters. The personalities of the characters contain people I wanted to root for and people I found disgusting, as well as ones who reminded me of friends, family members, and myself. It was simple to obtain into the story and feel emotionally invested in the outcome.I plan to read the next one in the series, but even if I don't I won't feel like I was left with nothing but cliff hangers. The author does a amazing job of balancing resolution and leaving me wanting the story to continue.