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The Stormchaser Is Back and The Race Is On... 14 février 2014
Par terrylynn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Going Twice is a wonderful follow up to Sala's Going Once where we met serial killer Hershal Inman named the Stormchaser because of his penchant for murdering helpless survivors in the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster. An FBI team consisting of three men have been on the killer's trail, receiving his taunting text messages knowing he is close but staying hidden until he strikes again. When the team adds a new female FBI member, the stakes get even higher because the Stormchaser doesn't want her around and as he leads the authorities on a merry chase continuing his murder spree, Jo Luckett becomes his latest obsession. The fact that her ex husband Wade Luckett is also a member of the FBI team adds complications no one needs but when all is said and done, it will take everyone they've got to get a handle on a mad man who continues to change like a chameleon staying just beyond their reach. All they can do is hope that they can find him before he kills again or gets his hands on Jo.

A fast paced and action packed read with a little romance thrown in as Wade and Jolene Luckett realize they may not be done with each other quite yet, Going Twice will keep you turning the pages hoping this brutal serial killer will finally make a mistake and the nightmare will come to an end. I'm hoping that book three Going Gone coming to us in September, will see this increasingly twisted individual caught at last. A satisfying, 5 star read that kept me up til the wee hours!
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Waiting on Three 21 février 2014
Par Kim Berry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Not as predictable as expected A good read with an ending to encourage the last sequel Sharon Sala provides an entertaining and diverse protagonist with changing faces!!! would strongly suggest continuing the saga
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I like this series 2 février 2014
Par Lochi Orr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I pre-ordered this book, because I really like Sharon Sala books. I really liked the first one and the concept of this series. With all the natural disasters we are having lately it was a interesting and scary idea she has. I did like the first 2 characters better though.
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exhilarating second chance romantic suspense 2 février 2014
Par Harriet Klausner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Going Twice
Sharon Sala
Mira, Jan 28 2014, $7.99
ISBN: 9780778315926

Though the psychopathic Stormchaser serial killer remains free, his belief in his superiority psyche has been shattered as Nola Landry witnessed and lived to tell his murdering of three of her neighbors (see Going Once). Additionally the task force injured him physically especially scarring his face and Nola's survival caused him great mental damage as he now knows pain and anguish. Still the agents must not underestimate this psychopath who preys on people during the aftermath of a natural disaster especially with tornado season beginning.

Angry with what went wrong and holding the task force responsible for his recent setbacks, the Stormchaser focuses on taking the kill to his pursuers. He targets the newest Stormchaser TF member Jo Luckett, former wife of TF FBI Agent Wade Luckett, to prove to his foes he remains the top gun in their game. Still in love, the Luckett marriage ended with the death of their unborn child as neither could turn to the other while grieving their loss. Now they need to rely on each other as the once precise and methodical Stormchaser increasingly becomes deadlier and more out of control as he takes risks he never did before Nola devastated his equilibrium.

This exhilarating Forces of Nature second chance romantic suspense continues to emphasize catching the murderer before he kills the latest TF agent. Though on the surface the intense storyline appears similar to Going Once, the psychologically decomposing of the deranged killer brings freshness to a taut thriller.

Harriet Klausner
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Going Twice: The Killer Is Now Twice As Crazy And The Weather Still Stinks 29 janvier 2014
Par Mary L. Valley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Poche
Round two with a crazy killer and it's hard to say which side is ahead on points. The killer is still walking free but has paid a large price in pain and now, with extensive scarring, has lost his ability to seamlessly blend with the crowd. The agents hunting him, while aware he was injured, still have no idea how badly and if it will halt his spree or spur the demons driving him to greater fury. As tornado season begins they get their grim answer and are once again following several steps behind him as they grasp at any clue that will lead them to their quarry before more people die.

Knowing he failed to correct his "mistake" in leaving a living witness has damaged the killer's aura of invincibility and altered what he needs to find satisfaction with each kill, which has resulted in a change in MO and an increase in the viciousness of his attacks. His injuries have also made him more recognizable and made him less in control of himself and less methodical about erasing his tracks. The addition of a fourth team member, one who shares a tragic history with one of the current agents also adds new elements and complexity to the story line.

The killer, feeling control slipping from his hands and resentful of the changes that come with uncertainty, concentrates that resentment on the head of the new member of the team pursuing him. He has in his own mind bonded with the original agents and feels a sense of kinship that is threatened by the female agent who is brought in to find his cyber tracks in order to locate his aliases and cut off his access to the money that allows him to continue his rampage. In an effort to control at least this change, the killer decides to eliminate the heroine to show who is still in control of the game, but finds that she is no helpless victim, but a competent and disciplined fighter and he finds himself once again on the losing end of a struggle and forced to flee.

Now the killer has lost more ground and finds that he is rapidly becoming a sideshow instead of the main attraction and his rage drives him to expand his hunting ground in an effort to regain the media attention he has been basking in, but is now losing. It's a mistake since this denies him the anonymity that working in the immediate chaos of a disaster had granted him to keep out of public view. He is now more visible and leaving tracks and witnesses that have the team finally closing in on him. He is, however, not without his own allies and he slips the net again and makes a final strike to in an attempt to regain what he sees as his lost power.

Both hero and heroine are pursuing an increasingly reckless killer and trying to put the pieces of their shattered relationship back together when the heroine once again finds herself fighting for her life against an ever more insane, remorseless murderer who has decided he HAS to win this one. The ending is satisfyingly tense and my nails are now considerably shorter.

The book moves along at a good pace with no slow passages and character development, or in the killer's case disintegration, is logical and interesting. The obstacles keeping the hero and heroine apart are less complex and daunting than the first book, this is offset by the fact that the killer is getting crazier and more dangerously unpredictable. There are a few sex scenes, they are understated and not anatomy lessons, and fit well within the main story. There are no paranormal threads in this book, just a deeply insane killer who still talks to his dead wife, though he is even losing control of that conversation as he descends deeper into his own delusions.

The ending was satisfying and since this is a series, you know the killer is not out of it yet. He has big plans, but that's a story for another book. Waiting is going to be hard.
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