Eleven Hours [Paullina Simons] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. After being abducted from a shopping mall in Dallas, young and very. Eleven Hours Book Description: Didi Wood is nine months pregnant, doing some last-minute shopping before the baby is born. Stepping out. Rights Sales: “Eleven Hours,” an Alternate Selection of the Literary Guild, the Women’s Suspense Fiction: With her third thrilling novel, Paullina Simons has.
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I am becoming quite the Paullina Simons fan of late!
This was a really quick read, and had an interesting angle Preview — Eleven Hours by Paullina Simons. You feel the desperation of this woman and understand her actions instinctively, you feel her reasoning through your simonx being through your essence as a human. Pretty good story a bit dragged out in the end but all up an exciting read.
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As the road chase continues, news bulletins about Didi’s abduction prompt Lyle into homicidal fury. It’s a hard one to put down She tries to keep her distance, but he pau,lina not allow his prey to escape him. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews.
On that day, Lyle Luft entered Didi’s life, changing it forever. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.
The Booktopian Booktopia Blog. I found Eleven Hours really disappointing and like other reviewers, not in any way comparable to her other amazing books such as The Bronze Horseman and Tully.
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It was all so vivid. I found this story shocking and Paullina brave to put a pregnant woman into this sort of situation and to be so graphic about the happenings. I held my breath while reading the last few chapters. Why would she want him to know they were in front of her car?
The structural layout with alternate perspectives for each chapter was a great way to tell the whole story and give a clear picture ismons what was going on, as this was such a tense, minute by minute read.
She survives his violent nature and all the natural circumstances conspiring against her will to live and protect her baby. In saying that it was a short book and I’m going to make an assumption that it was designed to be a quick thriller in which case it was successful to some extent. Rich did everything and anything he could to get the officers to help him look for his kidnapped wife. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Not eeleven the end. This didn’t even feel like the same author.
Shifting through simultaneous scenes, the experiences of the kidnapped Didi, her struggles to sleven freedom, Rich’s presence of mind despite his state and the kidnapper’s gruesome and unstable personality, the book keeps you hooked on till the end.
Simons is the internationally bestselling author of Tully and Red Leaves, which somons a combined total of nearly one million copies in paperback print. The suspense was killing. The expression in the eyes, like the jacket, did not belong in a mall parking lot e,even a hot summer day.
Book Review: Eleven Hours by Paullina Simons
The incongruity of the jacket hadn’t registered in the cool mall, but now it seemed distinctly out of place. Flamingo- Kidnapping – pages. Wouldn’t there be a team of a dozen or so, manning an office full of ringing phones and buzzing computers? All in all, the novel failed to move me, I found it charmless and predictable and vulgar. The descriptive nature of Didi for this entire book was extremely vivid and needed to be. View all 3 comments. I read this book in one day. You really feel for the main characters in the book and just can’t wait to see how things pan out.
Eleven Hours by Paullina Simons – book review by Harriet Klausner
Stepping out of the air-conditioned Dallas mall into the cruel heat of the parking lot, she hears a voice behind her … and the nightmare has begun. She stared directly at him without averting her gaze. Although it was captivating, there were a lot of hardly-believable incidents and it felt paullkna it needed more polishing. Sep 27, Rachael rated it did not like it.
I can’t remember the last time I read a book that I felt I literally could not put down. Meanwhile, her husband, Richmond, wrecks-havoc-stresses-his-brains-out trying to find her. Notify me of new comments via email. First off, this novel was originally published inso it understandably, laughably reads VERY 90s now. I wasn’t particularly impressed by this one and I frankly can’t figure out why.