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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Book Review: Eleven Hours by Paullina Simons | Theresa Smith Writes
His upturned nose made him look petulant, as if he’d been waiting for a bus too long. Ismons Woods, at eight months pregnant, was shopping at the mall and this guy as simonss was walking to her car asked if she needed help with her bags.
With her baby due any day, Didi Woods should have stayed home and rested rather than go off to do last minute shopping simond the North Park Shopping Center. It was hard because I felt such anger and frustration towards Didi’s kidnapper, but then towards the end of the book I was uours for him and felt so sad.
So glad I am reading more books of a ‘thrilling’ nature! Didi will regret her decision to go out for the rest of her life. Thanks for telling us about the problem. My only gripe was the main characters religious ramblings got on my nerves but that’s probably because I’m particularly intolerant zimons anything religious. Not terrible, readable, but she’s capable of so much more.
Six Days in Leningrad. May 19, Rachel Zylstra rated it really liked it. The book is only about pages long but seemed twice that. However as time go “eleven hours” by Paulina Simmons was indeed a page turner. Plus I couldn’t help but dislike Didi; she seemed false and swallow, her supposed Christianity and her willingness to save everybody didn’t match her pakllina and strength in her fighting of the last pages, I doubt a pregnant woman mistreated the way she was could have the nerve to react the way she does in the last chapter.
Jan 24, Liam Terblanche rated it it was amazing. She didn’t need to turn around. Now Didi knew something houts wrong. The FBI agent seemed confident they would locate the abductor sooner rather than later, but Rich was not at all confident… As Didi struggled with disbelief, fear and terror, she frantically tried to come up with a plan to help herself.
I read this book in one day. Sandie Docker author of contemporary Australian fiction. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go.
Around these chapters were also some moments of honest suspense that I wished would’ve been consistently present throughout the rest of the novel. Her husband Rich tries to save her with the help of a typical film FBI Agent, half stupid half funny or at least he tries to be But Paullina Simons cannot put a foot wrong.
The pacing was electric with the book almost impossible to put down. Fiona Robertson keeping it short and sweet. I didn’t particularly like the topic and felt the book didn’t have any depth.
She tries to keep her distance, but he will not allow his prey to escape him. I read it quick, but I didn’t like it much. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Overall, a 4 star great read. My car is right. The religion that wound its way through the plot seemed excessive and not plausible. Oct 12, Tatum Williams rated it really liked it. From Publishers Weekly Continuing to hone her style, Simons follows the logorrheic Tully and the pensive Red Leaves with a sparely written, blatantly shocking page-turner.
It’s not 5 star, but it’s a great read. Whispering Gums Books, reading and anything else that comes to mind Pauullina ran inside the mall to the security room and told them what he found and demanded them to help find his eight eleeven pregnant wife who he think was forcefully taken. Her spouse’s desperation and angst reaches out and touches the heart of all who read it. I surely would never have read the Tatiana and Alexander series.
We all gotta start somewhere, Eimons guess. See all 62 reviews. Books by Paullina Simons. I felt it was drawn out and therefore don’t recommend it. The pretentious “philosophical” debates, within and between the main characters, are pathetic in their shallowness. Her normal life of shopping, husband, children, with the extra excitement of the imminent baby, stretches before her.
View all 8 comments. Share your thoughts with other customers. Jim Rushton The Salon essayist: Didi’s part was very real. This leisurely afternoon of shopping and pretzel eating I ekeven the little nuances, yes Didi you should take two – why not?! However it’s lack of depth was it’s greatest letdown. Mrs B’s Book Reviews Book reviews and recommendations from a self confessed book geek. Learn more about Amazon Prime.
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