Still Missing by Chevy Stevens

Synopsis:
Freed from the clutches of the madman who abducted her, a broken young woman tries desperately to make sense of what happened to her.

Review:
I find it really strange that the New York Times gave Still Missing such a glowing review, because while I enjoyed the read I didn’t think it rose above genre expectations at all. The prose is pedestrian and the revelations contrived. Oh well.

2 thoughts on “Still Missing by Chevy Stevens”

  1. I’m not surprised at the difference in opinions on this book. So much of what we enjoy reading and consider to be great quality work is subjective. Rachelle Gardner (a literary agent) has a great blog post on this today over at her CBA ramblings blog. Still, I, too, find it frustrating to read great reviews of books I didn’t enjoy!

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