In this suspense masterpiece, Karin Slaughter weaves together the powerful human stories of three unforgettable characters from her New York Times. Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Starred Review. Bestseller Slaughter brings together characters from her two series for the first time with electrifying. In the trauma center of Atlanta’s busiest hospital, Sara Linton treats the city’s poor, wounded, and unlucky—and finds refuge from the.
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Amanda is a tough bitch, but she also takes care of her own when the need arises. I truly enjoy to know more about their private life and feelings, their inner thoughts about themselves and each other, their group interaction and so on. Will Trent will not be the only character we learn more about, I have a feeling we will be seeing more of Faith in upcoming books. View all 18 comments. Even though I was not able to trust each character at the time that made reading more exciting and entertaining, I felt finishing it really fast.
Notify me of new comments via email. Faith passed out in the parking lot while on duty and she is receiving the bad news from ER doc Sara Linton that her early pregnancy is complicated by emerging diabetes.
I love Will, and I’m happy he’s gaining some confidence and backbone. These women already had deep seated issues but to slughter violated as they were was inconceivable.
You talk about the family left behind. One his wife loves to exploit. She’s a pediatrician as well as a coroner back in Grant County. Review written July 22, 4. She is brilliant, her vivid portraits and dramatic, action packed criminal investigations leaves you sole shocked and craving more with every book. It’s their job to clean up for the author before the book goes to print. A young woman enters the Trauma center slauhter Sara now works.
Or Undonewhatever it’s named. When she attends a woman who shows up in the ER, obviously brutalized, Sara is hurtled into an investigation that leads to more horror and Will Trent he’s not the horror! I really do become attached, and sometimes I think about Jeffrey and feel so sad that all I want to do is sit around in my pajamas and eat doughnuts.
I also enjoy Faith’s character. Plenty of suspense and twists and turns help keep you hanging in for the ride. By continuing to use this karinn, you agree to their use.
He is dealing with his own private life like other characters and is karni a row of serial murders by a maniac. It was an adventurous book. This series is a spin off from the Grant County series Parts were a little difficult slaufhter stomach in the beginning, what the victims went through, but a lot was discovered after the fact, and as a reader you didn’t undobe it first hand, so I was really thankful for that. Also by Karin Slaughter.
Ready to go on the next book in the ‘Will Trent’ series. Jun 29, Debra rated it it was amazing. There are so many shades of this man.
The last quarter of the book hits you with one Shockwave after another, leaving feeling almost weak with exhaustion. She literally shoves Will Tent out of the way in order to treat her patient. slaughger
That would allow you to get to know the characters. Will Trent and Sara Linton in the same book!!!!!!!! Sara Linton was the main protagonist from Karin Slaughter’s Grant series. A serial killer is on the loose and Will, Faith, and Sara will all be involved in the investigation.
I’m so thankful Phil Gigante wasn’t the narrator this time around. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Then there is his wife, Angie. She is at the hospital receiving care from Sara of course and this opens up a story undome for her as well. View all 28 comments. The women endure horrible tortures, definitely not for the faint of heart.
I found myself completely immersed undine Will and Faith as they set out to find this psycho. Starting to wonder if that is the main and common storyline in all of Karin Slaughter books?
This is the kind of book that gives me that Wow factor, that I am always looking for and I found it! The hunt for clues and suspects begins. For Will it relates to Faith’s health issues, and for Faith it is Will’s gentle and damaged soul, that until now has been his claim to fame.
Undone (Slaughter novel)
I like thrillers, but the thought of torture scenes sounds unappealing to me. In December of I first discover the brilliance of Karin Slaughter.
We need to stop dismissing this as ‘rough sex’: He stops that internal monologue in her head that always assumes the worst in people, in situations. Tapes and textbooks, yes, but never in person.