Thursday, November 10, 2016

BOOK REVIEW: Ghost of a girl: Theo Cage

Ghost Of A GirlGhost Of A Girl by Theo Cage
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I received a copy of this book from the author for an honest review of the book


From the moment, you start the book to the minute you put it down (which you won’t until its done) was intense. There was never a dull moment and always had you on your toes guessing and wanting more.
If it wasn’t for having three children, two of them being little I would have finished this book in one day. The book totally deserves that attention.
It started with 35 women/girls in a shipping container on their way over to the united states with a promise of a fresh start. Little did they know they were being sold into the mob for sex trafficking. Not all the girls made it and a bunch died in that container on the way over. One brave 12 year old got away…. Well… pretty much jumped into the ocean and tried to kill herself but was saved.
Next thing we know there is a women who was brutally beaten and left for dead naked in a McDonalds parking lot. There was no home for survival but she pulled through.. the kicker……she has no idea who she was…. .totally amnesia….
5 years later….. she is married a doctor and has a little boy trying to live a normal life but her past is coming back to haunt her. She is being followed and bad things are starting to happen.
Her child is kidnapped and will not be returned until she tells them where the 100 million dollars is….

The FBI wants her, DARPA wants her and she has no clue how important of a person she really is…….

Will she ever learn about what happened?? Will she find her son and get him back????
BEST BOOK OF 2016 Hands down!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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