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Max Montgomery finds a car washed up on the river bank and is determined to find answers-because that is his missing daughter's car. Jennie is struggling to remember what has happened but when she finds out that she has a psychic connection with animals, she tries to use the connection on the wolf she was found with in an attempt to remember. But there are sinister games at play and both will be sucked into them. Find the official description on Goodreads.
Leslie Georgeson has once more done it. Brief glimpses into the antagonist's mind gives us teasing sneak peeks, and this gives the reader clues as to their identity. But it's not confirmed until almost the end of the book.
There were also no quiet moments. It started off very quickly and never slowed down. You'll quickly find yourself reading through and begging for no interruptions so that you can find out what happens next. It didn't take me long to finish reading Abducted and the only reason it did take me as long as it did was because I had school and meals to eat.
Both Max and Jennie were complicated and the glimpses into their heads allowed a slight unraveling of how their minds worked. Both have survived something that many would find it hard to do. They aren't only surviving but they're trying to find out what happened even when the going gets tough. This makes them very admirable characters.
Leslie Georgeson has created another marvelous book in her Unlikely Heroes series and I look forward to reading more from her!