Book 4/30 in the 2012 Reading Challenge. Date completed: February 17, 2012.
Another audiobook for me - listening in the car and while I am doing my chores is so convenient. Still Missing was recommended to me along with Room and I'd Know You Anywhere (which I haven't gotten to yet, but have waiting). It's another kidnapping story, told in the form of the victim's counseling sessions as she tries to cope with what's happened to her.
Annie is a Canadian real estate agent with a content, if not boring, life. She's got a great boyfriend and a successful business. She's got a wonderful dog, Emma, and she's got the home of her dreams.
Enter "the freak". The seemingly decent man who abducts her from an open house, takes her to a cabin in the mountains, and among other abuses rapes her nearly every night for almost a year.
I won't spoil the main plot points, and I won't tell you how she goes from hostage to therapy patient, but this is a really complex story with all sorts of crazy drama that unfolds at the very end. We're talking TWISTS, people.
I enjoyed this book. I gave it four stars. I'm getting rather irritated, though, because I bought Michael J. Fox's audiobook - Lucky Man, and it didn't download properly. So now I am struggling to get it fixed in order to listen past the 20 minute mark. D'oh!
Anyway, Still Missing was good. Worthwhile.