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    I dont k

    I just don't know what to think of this book. It was good but it also felt that it wasn't good. In both writing and the story itself. The writing felt a little off, I missed the flow in reading. All the actions of the characters were a little bit choppy to read, they were doing this or that and it switches to next. The story: I felt heartbroken for Sam and so much annoyance towards everybody else. What he went through must have been so confusing and traumatic. The way that Beth felt al these emotions towards Sam, but didn't say anything. The mom trying to avoid everything, actually everybody was avoiding to speak the truth or speaking their minds or act on their instincts when they want to hug Sam or hold his hand or whatever. The way he just freaked out and they wouldn't let him speak about what was troubling him and chose to drug him instead to calm him down. God, those were the most frustrating parts throughout the whole book. In the end Beth is finally supporting Sam, but it felt unfinished and not completely sincere. Because she said he could tell her everything, the good AND the bad, even though in her mind she doesn't want to hear the bad stuff and hoped he wouldn't tell her. Throughout the book I also felt that there were a lot of similarities of a real kidnapping from a while back and it was a little disturbing. But I also wonder if the kidnapping and return of Shawn Hornbeck was the inspiration for the author. It's too bad that he doesn't have a message in the book how this story started for him. And was there an underlying message in this book? Because I couldn't figure it out, what I do hope that it teaches people in these kind of situations how NOT to act. Because there are people who are that ignorant and quick to judge, or just ignore that bad stuff thinking that it'll just go away if you don't speak about it. It doesn't and you can't turn a blind eye just because it makes You feel uncomfortable talking about it. If you love someone you do everything to help them, let them trust you so they can open up and tell you the truth about how and what they are feeling or what they are going through even if you don't understand, just try.

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