The Chosen Ones

The Chosen Ones

Blurb

Eva Dunbar wakes from a night out with friends to find she is trapped in a large box. She has no way of knowing how she got there and no means of escape.

Eva is not the only girl to have gone missing and when Detective Ian Bradshaw is given the case no one else wants he knows he has limited time to find them before the media strike.

Then a body is discovered causing the case to become a lot more complicated.


Our Review

I chose to request The Chosen Ones to read for review many months ago but unfortunately it managed to slip through the cracks and I have only just managed to get around to reading it.

When I requested The Chosen Ones I didn’t register that it was part of a series and I think this did hinder my reading of it to start of with as I couldn’t remember if I had read any of the others or not. I spent much of the first part of the book trying to recall if I had and I am still unsure.

I think that to better enjoy the book it is better to have read the others in the series because although it can be read as a stand alone there are elements that would be better understood with prior knowledge of the characters.

Eva Dunbar wakes from a night out with friends to find she is trapped in a large box. She has no way of knowing how she got there and no means of escape.

“When Eva woke, imprisoned in a large metal box, the one thing that terrified her more than the prospect of her captor returning was the thought that he might not.”

Eva is not the only girl to have gone missing and when Detective Ian Bradshaw is given the case no one else wants he knows he has limited time to find them before the media strike.

Then a body is discovered causing the case to become a lot more complicated.

I think I knew from the beginning that this book wasn’t really going to engage my attention, but I decided to carry on in case I was wrong and it was just a slow starter.

The Chosen Ones was a slow burner that didn’t ever pick up. There was a good twist at the end but I don’t think it was worth my time and I won’t be recommending anyone else waste their time on it.

Our Final Rating...

Our Rating

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