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Till have something worth fighting for and exactly what he’ll give up to bring her home And unfortunately the decision isn’t entirely up to him or up to the private mediator who moves into the family home to negotiate with the terrorists holding Marabela Andres struggles to maintain the illusion of control while simulta. What is it with Kindle First and missing persons stories Every month someone s missing or someone was killed under mysterious circumstances years in the past or it s WWII Eventually they re going to have a book that s set during WWII in which someone is killed mysteriously and someone else goes missing only for our protag to suddenly remember details years later on a trip to their family lake house and piece it all together Spoiler alert It was the butlerThis is one of the first AKF books I got way back in 2014 probably with the goal of reading something that wasn t set in the USA or the UK Other reviews weren t that promising though so I ve had this on and off my TBR list a couple of times without cracking it open once Since one of my goals this year is to clear everything off my TBR from 2016 or prior I decided to finally give this one a go Maybe I m just grumpy from my last read but this one wasn t grabbing me The writing was basic the characters were flat there was no real since of time or place Peru 1992 and I didn t have much hope for it Maybe I should have given it time but I was already skimming at 5% so onto the DNF pile it goes

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Chasing the Sun

Neously scrambling to collect his wife’s ransom tending to the needs of his two young children and reconnecting with an old friend who may hold the key to his past and his wife’s futureSet in Lima Peru in a time of civil and political unrest this evocative page turner is a perfect marriage of domestic drama and suspense. This book leaves me a bit muddled Marabela and Andres are together because they both deceived Elena Andres and his children are estranged from his parents because Marabela deceived Rolando Marabela is unhappy that photography is now just a hobby and not her livelihood because Andres deceived her Elena and Marabela have both suffered at the hands of kidnappers though it seems Marabella was arbitrarily spared sexual assault There s a hint of something between Marabela and Guillermo which is strange because Marabella is angry at Andres for taking so long to free her from the kidnappers and Guillermo had everything to do with why the negotiation took as long as it did Marabela seems as selfish at the end of the story as she did when she met Andres Elena seems as young Is she taking Andres back because she s so afraid of life and Andres is the only connection to her life before she was kidnapped And does Andres really have any idea what he wants The explanation that he had to lose Elena before he could long for her not buying it

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Andres suspects his wife has left him again Then he learns that the unthinkable has happened she’s been kidnapped Too much time and too many secrets have come between Andres and Marabela but now that she’s gone he’ll do anything to get her back Or will heAs Marabela slips farther away Andres must decide whether they s. I do not need to actively like the characters in a book Indeed I am typically happier to be able to grab onto a loathsome heavy to keep my interest in a story Sorry to say there was nary a person in this tale that sparked my interest one way or the other Tepidity that is shaky ground for meThe plot was okay there was nothing egregious about the writing but it felt for all the world that I was just going through the motions to read it The phrase making up for lost time is faulty It can t be done Lost time is gone forever as the author aptly notes I rather wish I had my time back on this one to spend on a different read This was a Kindle first reads offering


10 thoughts on “Chasing the Sun

  1. says:

    I do not need to actively like the characters in a book Indeed I am typically happier to be able to grab onto a loathsome heavy to keep my interest in a story Sorry to say there was nary a person in this tale that sparked my interest one way or the other Tepidity that is shaky ground for meThe plot was okay there was nothing egregious about t

  2. says:

    Chasing The Sun is the stunning debut novel from Natalia Sylvester that I just couldn't put down It's books like these that really make me appreciate how lucky I am to be able to participate in the Firstreads program Being given the chance to win an advance reader copy is always thrilling For a broke student like me who always plays

  3. says:

    When I met Natalia Sylvester on Twitter four years ago and first read her blog my immediate thought was “This is a writer to watch Big things are in her future” Her blog posts from the start were poetic and laced with be

  4. says:

    This was a good book but a very different kind of story It was told in two sections The first is about a wife being kidnapped and what the husband does to get her back Second part is about what happens to the family after the wife returns home It had intrigue and mystery but also a good story about love I definitely enjoyed reading this book and will read by this author

  5. says:

    What is it with Kindle First and missing persons stories? Every month someone's missing or someone was killed under mysterious circumstances years in the past or it's WWII Eventually they're going to have a book that's set during WWII in which someone is killed mysteriously and someone else goes missing only for our protag

  6. says:

    DNFThe cover of this book hooked me and its interesting blurb reeled me inThen it lost me literally as soon as I started readingSome reasons I

  7. says:

    He is always thinking of the last words he said to her I was captivated from this opening line in Natalia Sylvester's stunning literary debut Chasing The Sun and remained absorbed in the story of an estranged ma

  8. says:

    This book leaves me a bit muddled Marabela and Andres are together because they both deceived Elena Andres and his children are estranged from his parents because Marabela deceived Rolando Marabela is unhappy that photography is now just a hobby and not her livelihood because Andres deceived her Elena and Marab

  9. says:

    I had absolutely no expectations with this book so I was pleasantly surprised that I finished it in just a few days I got it as a Kindle First book a month or two ago and decided to download it yesterday while I was in between books It was a fast read and I found it fairly enjoyable Imagine that your marriage is failing and then your significant other is kidnapped and held for ransom by political extremists What would yo

  10. says:

    I listened to the audiobook and disliked the way it was read so I advise you not to check this one out on audio I loved Natalia Sylvester's beautiful prose and the skill in which the plot unfolded I wish I would have read it rather than listened to it as I'm sure I'd have enjoyed it so much