No Exit

No Exit

Taylor Adams / Aug 25, 2019

No Exit A brilliant edgy thriller about four strangers a blizzard a kidnapped child and a determined young woman desperate to unmask and outwit a vicious psychopath A kidnapped little girl locked in a str

  • Title: No Exit
  • Author: Taylor Adams
  • ISBN: No Exit
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  • Page: 371
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  • A brilliant, edgy thriller about four strangers, a blizzard, a kidnapped child, and a determined young woman desperate to unmask and outwit a vicious psychopath.A kidnapped little girl locked in a stranger s van No help for miles What would you do On her way to Utah to see her dying mother, college student Darby Thorne gets caught in a fierce blizzard in the mountains of A brilliant, edgy thriller about four strangers, a blizzard, a kidnapped child, and a determined young woman desperate to unmask and outwit a vicious psychopath.A kidnapped little girl locked in a stranger s van No help for miles What would you do On her way to Utah to see her dying mother, college student Darby Thorne gets caught in a fierce blizzard in the mountains of Colorado With the roads impassable, she s forced to wait out the storm at a remote highway rest stop Inside, are some vending machines, a coffee maker, and four complete strangers.Desperate to find a signal to call home, Darby goes back out into the storm and makes a horrifying discovery In the back of the van parked next to her car, a little girl is locked in an animal crate.Who is the child Why has she been taken And how can Darby save her There is no cell phone reception, no telephone, and no way out One of her fellow travelers is a kidnapper But which one Trapped in an increasingly dangerous situation, with a child s life and her own on the line, Darby must find a way to break the girl out of the van and escape.But who can she trust With exquisitely controlled pacing, Taylor Adams diabolically ratchets up the tension with every page Full of terrifying twists and hairpin turns, No Exit will have you on the edge of your seat and leave you breathless Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Hardcover, 352 pages Published January 15th 2019 by William Morrow first published January 15th 2018 More Details Original Title No Exit ISBN 0062875655 ISBN13 9780062875655 Edition Language English Other Editions 32 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about No Exit, please sign up Popular Answered Questions Is this book appropriate for a nine year old in 4th grade 1 likelike one year ago See all 12 answers Susan Barutt Definitely not Way too violent, gruesomely so Do you really want your 9 year old to know that there are such evil people in this world flag Anyone think this will be made into a movie on day I was too scared to read a whole lot of it 7 likeslike one year ago See all 10 answers Keith Just saw this on Looper flag See all 9 questions about No Exit Lists with This Book Psychological Suspense for 2019 January June 91 books 56 voters Top Books of 2019 Read Thus Far 28 books 11 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 Rating details Sort Default Filter Jan 01, 2019 Melissa rated it really liked it Shelves 2018, unputdownable, suspense mystery thriller, scared me Action packed Edgy Tense Riveting.If ever there was a book to inspire cinematic vibes, it s this one A plot thrilling enough to conjure up those things that often accompany a notable suspense flick I m talking perching rigidly on the edge of my seat, I won t dare look away, as I mindlessly shovel handfuls of popcorn from bucket to mouth A tense storyline, wintery terrain, and questionable characters collide in a way that makes NO EXIT impossible to put down Ripe pickings for the big screen Action packed Edgy Tense Riveting.If ever there was a book to inspire cinematic vibes, it s this one A plot thrilling enough to conjure up those things that often accompany a notable suspense flick I m talking perching rigidly on the edge of my seat, I won t dare look away, as I mindlessly shovel handfuls of popcorn from bucket to mouth A tense storyline, wintery terrain, and questionable characters collide in a way that makes NO EXIT impossible to put down Ripe pickings for the big screen, I d be surprised if a production company hasn t snatched this up already.Darby sets out from Denver, in hopes of making it to Utah to see her estranged mother before she heads into surgery That plan quickly thwarted in the face of Snowmageddon Woefully unprepared, Darby has no choice but to hunker down in a mountainside rest stop With road closures, no cellphone reception, and dwindling battery life there is literally no exit until dawn And four random strangers to contend with It s on a short, snowy jaunt to secure even a single bar of reception that Darby unknowingly becomes a key player in a little girl s nightmare Restrained in a dog cage in the back of a crappy van, Darby is the girl s only hope for escape Her first course of action, figure out which of the four rest stop strangers the van belongs to Second and importantly pinpoint who seems trustworthy enough to ask for help The culprit may seem obvious at first glance, but if thrillers have taught us anything, it s that first impressions are often deceiving It s a race to outsmart the dirtbag responsible while keeping the little girl safe and surviving until sun up a feat that at times feels hopeless.Sure, there are times Darby s decisions seem questionable making me want to scream in frustration but there are others when she s fantastically tenacious Somehow, managing to MacGyver her way out of some anxiety riddled scenarios What fun would it be if she made the predictable and easy choice every time NO EXIT brings a fresh perspective to a genre rife with domestic noir, unreliable narrators, and off the wall twists delivered in the name of trickery There s something to be said about an edgy, dark and action packed thriller reminiscent of fear inducing cinema Although, if you re anything like me, highway rest stops are out of the question for the foreseeable future And nail guns, I don t think I ll ever be able to look at one again and not think of this book A BIG thank you to William Morrow for providing a review copy in exchange for my honest thoughts. flag 324 likesLike see review View all 61 comments Melissa Felicia wrote FANTASTICAL review, Melissa Thanks, Felicia Susanne wrote Awesome review Melissa Glad you loved this Sounds like we need to re Felicia wrote FANTASTICAL review, Melissa Thanks, Felicia Susanne wrote Awesome review Melissa Glad you loved this Sounds like we need to read this one Thanks, Susanne I highly recommend it Jan 14, 2019 12 33PM Nikki Excellent review, Melissa Spot on Totally agree Thrilling, intense, movie like ride Jan 31, 2019 06 30AM Jan 11, 2019 Sumit RK rated it it was amazing Shelves favorites, my kind of mystery A Non Stop Thrill Ride Sometimes god puts people exactly where they need to be Even when they don t know it Reading NO EXIT feels like a roller coaster ride It starts slowly, but after you are the past the first obvious twist, you never know how it s going to twist and turn and there is no exit till the end No Exit has everything a great thriller needs a ingenious setup, some edgy characters and some brilliant storytelling, building tension right till the end The twists and turns a A Non Stop Thrill Ride Sometimes god puts people exactly where they need to be Even when they don t know it Reading NO EXIT feels like a roller coaster ride It starts slowly, but after you are the past the first obvious twist, you never know how it s going to twist and turn and there is no exit till the end No Exit has everything a great thriller needs a ingenious setup, some edgy characters and some brilliant storytelling, building tension right till the end The twists and turns are expertly executed at the right time and just when you think you have figured out the rest of it, everything changes Without giving away the plot, Darby Thorne is on her way to Utah to see her dying mother, gets caught in a fierce blizzard in the mountains of Colorado With the roads impassable, she s forced to wait out the storm at a remote highway rest stop Inside she meets four complete strangers Desperate to find a signal to call home, Darby goes back out into the storm d discovers something horrific in the back of the van, parked next to her car What unfolds over the next few hours is a deadly game of cat and mouse The difference between a hero and a victim Timing The premise of a small group of strangers confined in a small space is not new before but NO EXIT takes the concept to another level The book itself unfolds like a dark edgy thriller movie the creepy atmosphere, the twisted characters, the uneasy suspense building relentlessly and the story moving at a breakneck speed The twists are introduced perfectly almost in every chapter which will make you keep reading, chapter after chapter There are 2 main characters around whom the story revolves and how they evolve as the story goes on is a joy to read, especially Darby Thorne The chapters are short and the chapter numbers are replaced by the time of the events another nice touch , reading like a countdown to the climax There are a few minor plot holes but they can be overlooked The slightly humorous tone at the start may feel out of place but some of it does play into building of an important character As an author, Taylor Adams effortlessly unfolds the story, deftly moving the set pieces and using minor details which you could easily miss to advance the story further As an update, the movie rights have been snapped up by 20th Century Fox, with scriptwriter Scott Frank Logan, The Wolverine, Minority Report So it will be exciting to see how the film adaption turns out Overall, NO EXIT is an outstanding thriller with an engrossing storyline which will keep you on the edge right till the end Highly Recommended.Many thanks to the publishers William Morrow HarperCollins, the author Taylor Adams and Edelweiss for the ARC flag 117 likesLike see review View all 22 comments Jun 24, 2017 j e w e l s Books Bejeweled rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves books bejeweled FIVE EXCITING STARSATTENTION FELLOW TWISTED PLOT LOVERS Run to the bookstore, library or Audible when this little gem is released on JULY 1, 2017 NO EXIT by Taylor Adams is your magic carpet ride out of a sweltering summer and into a snowy hell A kidnapped little girl locked in a stranger s van No help for miles What would you do Darby Thorne is a college student stranded by a blizzard at a highway rest stop in the middle of nowhere She s on the way home to see her sick mother She ll have FIVE EXCITING STARSATTENTION FELLOW TWISTED PLOT LOVERS Run to the bookstore, library or Audible when this little gem is released on JULY 1, 2017 NO EXIT by Taylor Adams is your magic carpet ride out of a sweltering summer and into a snowy hell A kidnapped little girl locked in a stranger s van No help for miles What would you do Darby Thorne is a college student stranded by a blizzard at a highway rest stop in the middle of nowhere She s on the way home to see her sick mother She ll have to spend the night in the rest stop with four complete strangers Then she stumbles across a little girl locked inside one of their parked cars There is no cell phone reception, no telephone, no way out because of the snow, and BEST OF ALL she doesn t know which one of the other travelers is the kidnapper.The very first twist left me breathless, and trust me, that s not the only bolt out of the blue The uneasy suspense builds page after page until all the characters have gone off the deep end and completely off course Darby Thorne is the reluctant leader of a child rescue attempt I identified with her from the start, she cares about others but she hates to get involved, you know She is forced to overcome the reservations she originally carried and goes full throttle until the shocking climax of the story Don t miss the Epilogue I cannot wait to see a movie version of this book It s got humor, suspense and a straight forward narrative Hey Hollywood Here s the perfect script, we all need escapist diversions from our boring lives tee hee Please please make NO EXIT into a movie, thank you very much Update I read and wrote this review in June 2017 I can t remember how I received the galley For unknown reasons, it looks like this little gem is just now widely published Happy reading flag 118 likesLike see review View all 13 comments Ciaran It s all positive vibes here Jan 24, 2019 07 45PM Brittany Yes Jan 27, 2019 08 37AM Jan 24, 2019 Larry H rated it really liked it review of another edition Somewhere between 4 and 4.5 stars.Warning don t read Taylor Adams No Exit before bed.While there are some creepy parts and some gruesome ones , those aren t the reasons I m warning you It s quite simple, actually if you start reading this book, there s no way you re going to want to put it down You re going to want to stay up until you finish the book, and then once you re done, you ll probably have a little excess adrenaline that will keep you awake longer.Trust me, I was severely overt Somewhere between 4 and 4.5 stars.Warning don t read Taylor Adams No Exit before bed.While there are some creepy parts and some gruesome ones , those aren t the reasons I m warning you It s quite simple, actually if you start reading this book, there s no way you re going to want to put it down You re going to want to stay up until you finish the book, and then once you re done, you ll probably have a little excess adrenaline that will keep you awake longer.Trust me, I was severely overtired this morning, so I speak from experience College student Darby Thorne has just gotten word that her mother is dying and is about to undergo potentially dangerous surgery Although their relationship has never been good her mother said that when she was pregnant with Darby she thought she had the flu, so she almost killed her with Theraflu , Darby cannot miss the chance to apologize and make amends in case time is short.To get home, she has to drive from Boulder, across the state of Colorado, and into Utah But Mother Nature has other plans, as a massive snowstorm and her old car don t feel like facilitating her trip Before she knows it, she s stuck in the middle of a blizzard in the Colorado mountains, with only a highway rest stop for shelter She can t get a cell phone signal to see how her mother is or let anyone know she s delayed, and she left her phone charger in her dorm room Here Darby was, the underachieving secondborn, trapped at a lonely rest stop just below the summit of Backbone Pass, because she d tried to race Snowmageddon over the Rockies and failed Miles above sea leavel, snowed in inside a 94 Honda Civic with busted windshield wipers, a dying phone, and a cryptic text message simmering in her mind There s not much to the rest stop some coffee and hot cocoa, a few vending machines, and four strangers Sandi and Eddie are cousins heading to Denver for Christmas Ashley is gregarious, handsome, and perhaps trying a little too hard to be sociable and funny and then there s Lars, a rodent faced mouth breather who gives Darby the creeps It s quite a motley crew to pass the time with, especially when there s no real entertainment save endless card games.When Darby goes outside to the parking lot to try and find a cell signal, she makes a frightening discovery she finds a little girl being held captive in a cage inside the van parked next to her The van door is locked, and she certainly can t make too much of a fuss, because she has nowhere to escape to Whose van is it Whom can she trust What were the odds of stumbling across a kidnapping in progress While trapped overnight in a snowy rest stop It was all too fantastical to be a part of Darby s life Darby must not only think of herself, but of the little girl With two lives on the line and no way to contact anyone to help her, the ball is in her court But there s to her fellow travelers than meets the eye, and navigating her way through this may take strength and courage than she has No Exit takes off with the first few paces and never lets up until the very end Adams ratchets up the suspense and the tension page by nerve wracking page, and the atmosphere was so evocative that I actually felt colder than normal while reading this book Darby is a terrific character complex, flawed, impulsive, and yet determined to fight the odds and save the little girl s life.I really enjoyed this book It was full of twists I saw coming and I few I didn t quite expect Some of the twists, though, made me roll my eyes a little, but that s when the book felt a bit like a summer blockbuster, where you don t question how long the battle will continue until resolution is achieved, because nothing ever goes smoothly.I had heard a lot of buzz about No Exit so I was really eager to read it, and Adams definitely didn t disappoint The book probably should come with a trial sized supply of tranquilizers, though, to calm you down once you ve finished See all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoria.Check out my list of the best books I read in 2018 at You can follow me on Instagram at flag 107 likesLike see review View all 16 comments Larry H Meredith B wrote Great review, Larry I enjoyed this one as well It was such a great oneand if it made me feel cold the whole time, you know th Meredith B wrote Great review, Larry I enjoyed this one as well It was such a great oneand if it made me feel cold the whole time, you know the writer did a great job Thanks, Meredith 3 hours, 26 min ago Larry H Felicia wrote Ooohhhh you have me intrigued, Larry Follow that intrigue, Felicia It s a really good thriller 3 hours, 26 min ago Jan 21, 2019 Rose Traveling Sister rated it it was amazing 5 stars for the fact that I read this between midnight and two a.m was rigid with fear the whole time, and locked my bedroom door when I was done I WAS NOT EXPECTING THIS TO BE SO GOOD.If I were to ask you what the most horrifying possible image was, what would you say A serial killer letting loose with a heavy duty nail gun Godzilla tearing his way through a densely populated city A weird ass ghost crawling through your bedroom window NOPE Actually, the answer is a child s tiny hand rea 5 stars for the fact that I read this between midnight and two a.m was rigid with fear the whole time, and locked my bedroom door when I was done I WAS NOT EXPECTING THIS TO BE SO GOOD.If I were to ask you what the most horrifying possible image was, what would you say A serial killer letting loose with a heavy duty nail gun Godzilla tearing his way through a densely populated city A weird ass ghost crawling through your bedroom window NOPE Actually, the answer is a child s tiny hand reaching out through a cage, trapped inside a snowed in van.And this heart stopper is what we re treated to very early on in No Exit When Darby Thorne is forced to pull off the highway and into a bleak rest stop, she assumes this will be the extent of her inconvenience She s on her way home for Christmas so that she can see her mother who has end stage pancreatic cancer , but a blizzard hits that is bad enough to leave people stranded where they are.And where Darby is could literally not be worse As she is outside, looking desperately and fruitlessly for cell signal, she sees it a small child, locked in a cage, in the world s creepiest van There are four other people at this rest stop and three other vehicles, so it doesn t take her long to figure out who the child s captor is But one thing is for sure whoever it is, she s stuck in a very small space with them History doesn t quite repeat itself, but damn, it sure can rhyme And, I mean, that s about all I can say in terms of the plot without giving too much away At 240 pages, I gobbled this up in one sitting and just a couple hours I m not the world s biggest thriller consumer, but I ve certainly read my fair share, and Taylor Adams quite possibly delivered the most gripping, action packed little plot I ve ever laid eyes on.The setting of No Exit is one that we all know very well After all, who hasn t been to dozens of rest stops in their lives, each essentially identical I really felt like I was there the whole time, which was unnerving and wonderful Also, despite the ridiculous pace at which this escalated, the main characters felt well developed, and I didn t finish the book wishing I d had I think Adams was able to accomplish this because he chose to only focus on a few characters People trapped together in bad situations is obviously not a new plot, but by virtue of the fact that they re whodunnits, they tend to revolve around ten or characters that are all vying for equal time Adams did away with the distractions and chose instead to rely on his strong heroine, Darby, to ratchet up suspense and drive this thing across the finish line There wasn t a red herring the whole time, which you d either love or hate I happen to love it.And to top everything off, Adams s writing was incredibly solid He made sure that his sentences were well crafted and his characters felt believable so that the short length of the novel didn t leave it feeling rushed The narration was constantly fast as a whip, but that didn t stop the author from pausing here and there to include important details about the characters so that we were adequately terrified by the bad guy s and inspired by the good one s Darby still imagined a darkness gathering in the room with her, with all of them Something sentient pooling in shadows, giddily awaiting violence flag 84 likesLike see review View all 12 comments Jan 21, 2019 Meredith B readingwithmere rated it it was amazing 4.5 Stars Rounded up Grieving isn t what I expected You don t see your loved one s face wherever you go, haunting you on billboards and strangers That s a clich The reality is simpler, less melodramatic, and far worse You just start to forget. I want to start by saying I don t think I ve ever disliked a character in a book than Ashley Garver He grins my gears and then some But a sign of a good book is when an author makes you have an emotional reaction, right At least for me that s 4.5 Stars Rounded up Grieving isn t what I expected You don t see your loved one s face wherever you go, haunting you on billboards and strangers That s a clich The reality is simpler, less melodramatic, and far worse You just start to forget. I want to start by saying I don t think I ve ever disliked a character in a book than Ashley Garver He grins my gears and then some But a sign of a good book is when an author makes you have an emotional reaction, right At least for me that s how it works regardless if you like the character or not.Darby is a college student and she just got word that her mom, who she hasn t always gotten along the best with, is sick with cancer She is driving home from school for Christmas so that she can see her mom one last time There s a huge snow storm and she ends up getting deserted at a rest stop She s with four other strangers Lars, Ashley, Ed and Sandi Ed and Sandi are cousins, Lars and Ashley are two other random men at least that s how the cars outside make it seem.Darby is desperately trying to contact her sister and police in hopes that they can help them get out However, the area they are in is a no service area She is outside trying to find service when she notices something pop up in one of the cars Did she just see a hand of a child Darby tries to shake it off but Lars gives her a creepy vibe and she ends up investigating What she finds is horrendous From here, the story goes into full action Full of twists and turns All I can say is Trust No One.I flew threw this book so fast once I really got into it I stayed up reading late which I honestly don t do very often and even after staying up late I was hyped up on what was going to happen This is definitely a heart pounding, what s going to happen next Thriller You want a thriller with a really happy or calm ending Yeah, this is not the book that is going to give you that There s violence, cussing, abuse both child and adult , guns and and it is like that throughout the whole novel There were times when it was so graphic that I felt I physically feeling their pain It s definitely a thriller, not a horror, but maybe some would say a little bit of horror Either way, it s a very good thriller.So why the 4.5 stars The book started out slow for me I know that may sound crazy to a lot of people but the first 60 pages was a lot of anticipation and I figured this would just be another thriller that has a few twists and turns but isn t too intense Obviously, I was wrong and this shot up to a 4.5 the last 220 pages of the book with non stop action.If you like thrillers and can handle the triggers above, definitely pick this one up It published on January 15th Thank you to William Morrow for my ARC of this book flag 82 likesLike see review View all 22 comments Aug 09, 2017 Tulay rated it it was ok review of another edition Had potential.This book is for those like to read Robin Cook books Scary, vicious and bloody nightmarish story Can t believe any body traveling in that weather and those states, without any preparations Got tired of repeated sayings and foul language Don t recommend this book flag 63 likesLike see review View all 10 comments Jun 14, 2017 Linda Strong rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves netgalley 2017, read in 2017 Darby Thorne made a mistake She started out late to get to her mother s The falling snow becomes a blizzard and she loses a windshield wiper She does manage to make it to a rest stop The good news is that she is off the road The bad news is she is now stranded overnight with no telephone service.There are only a few cars in the parking lot and she finds people, coffee and cocoa waiting on the inside People there seem friendly enough they are all in the same situation.Strolling out Darby Thorne made a mistake She started out late to get to her mother s The falling snow becomes a blizzard and she loses a windshield wiper She does manage to make it to a rest stop The good news is that she is off the road The bad news is she is now stranded overnight with no telephone service.There are only a few cars in the parking lot and she finds people, coffee and cocoa waiting on the inside People there seem friendly enough they are all in the same situation.Strolling outside to see if she can find a place to get her telephone going, she passes by a van To her horror she sees a small hand wave from inside Trying to open the van, she finds it locked But what terrifies her most is that the child is in something that resembles a dog crate and she has duct tape across her mouth.One of the people inside is a kidnapper or worse She doesn t know who to trust All she knows is that she must try to save the child.And then she makes another mistakeThis is a new author to me, and one I intend to read of I was glued to my kindle could not wait to see what happened next This is a well written thriller with characters the reader won t forget easily The first twist left me breathless The suspense starts at the very first page and only becomes compelling until the explosive ending.I wish to thank the author Joffee Books Netgalley for the advance digital copy of NO EXIT Opinions expressed here are unbiased and entirely my own flag 61 likesLike see review View all 31 comments Jun 23, 2017 Louise Wilson rated it really liked it review of another edition Darby Thorne, a college student, has been stranded by a blizzard at a highway rest stop in the middle of nowhere She was on her way home to visit her sick mother She will need to spend the night with four strangers But then she stumbles across a little girl locked inside one of the parked cars With no phone signal and trapped because of the snow, Darby does not know which one of the strangers is the kidnapper.Wow What a terrific read this book turned out to be I found myself quickly engros Darby Thorne, a college student, has been stranded by a blizzard at a highway rest stop in the middle of nowhere She was on her way home to visit her sick mother She will need to spend the night with four strangers But then she stumbles across a little girl locked inside one of the parked cars With no phone signal and trapped because of the snow, Darby does not know which one of the strangers is the kidnapper.Wow What a terrific read this book turned out to be I found myself quickly engrossed in the story I would like to think that if like Darby, I was caught up in a similar situation I would do the right thing This is a well written book that has lots of action I do recommend this book.I would like to thank Joffe Books and the author Taylor Adams for my ARC in exchange for an honest review flag 56 likesLike see review View all 12 comments Dec 14, 2018 Gabby rated it really liked it Shelves 4 star books, adult, botm, cover lust, liked it, own, read in 2018, reviewed, thrillers or mystery This shit was intense This is a thriller horror novel about a child abduction that takes place in the middle of a blizzard in Colorado Our main character Darby gets stuck at a rest stop in Colorado on the way to visit her family, and she meets four strangers at a rest stop, and in the parking lot she sees a child locked in a cage with duct tape over her mouth in the back of a van So immediately we are trying to figure out who s van that is and Darby contemplate who she can trust I felt like This shit was intense This is a thriller horror novel about a child abduction that takes place in the middle of a blizzard in Colorado Our main character Darby gets stuck at a rest stop in Colorado on the way to visit her family, and she meets four strangers at a rest stop, and in the parking lot she sees a child locked in a cage with duct tape over her mouth in the back of a van So immediately we are trying to figure out who s van that is and Darby contemplate who she can trust I felt like I was holding my breath this entire god damn book Sometimes I wanted to slap Darby for her decisions because I just felt so invested in what was happening and my heart was fucking racing and alksjdlkajs ANXIETY I read this book in two sittings because I couldn t put it down This book kind of gave me the same anxiety I felt with The Cabin at the End of the World, one of my favorites of the year It has that same home invasion feel to it and the horror in this book is pretty horrific to read about and isn t for the light hearted Overall, I went into this book not sure what to expect and it was terrifying and suspenseful and kept me on the edge of my seat the whole book as promised Thanks to Book of the Month for sending me this book as one of their December selections flag 47 likesLike see review Gina Adams Same just finished it two days ago or so I had to read it in one day, I couldn t stop At times my heart was literally pounding I think it ll make a Same just finished it two days ago or so I had to read it in one day, I couldn t stop At times my heart was literally pounding I think it ll make a great movie Dec 14, 2018 08 12PM sue Glad to hear this I wanted to get it Jan 01, 2019 12 15PM Sandy don t think I want to read this one sounds too intense Jan 29, 2019 08 42AM Jun 15, 2017 Carrie rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves netgalley Darby Thorne is a college student who just received the worst news of her life getting a phone call at school that her mother had been diagnosed with cancer Fearing the worst Darby rushes off to return home hoping to make things right with her mother before it becomes too late However what Darby didn t count on was a blizzard hitting the area that she needs to drive through to make it home.Darby unequipped for the weather finds herself slipping and sliding her way along the highway when her wi Darby Thorne is a college student who just received the worst news of her life getting a phone call at school that her mother had been diagnosed with cancer Fearing the worst Darby rushes off to return home hoping to make things right with her mother before it becomes too late However what Darby didn t count on was a blizzard hitting the area that she needs to drive through to make it home.Darby unequipped for the weather finds herself slipping and sliding her way along the highway when her windshield wiper breaks heaping one issue onto her perilous journey Having no choice but to seek shelter and wait out the storm Darby spots a sign for a rest area ahead and makes her way to the building After arriving at the rest area Darby finds a few other stranded travelers also seeking shelter from the storm inside the building Taking the advice of one of the travelers Darby tries to go back outside to find cell service to check on her mother but when passing a van in the lot Darby thinks she sees something inside Was that really a child or was it her imagination Just what should Darby do in the middle of nowhere with no way to get help I can easily give my first warning when it comes to reading No Exit by Taylor Adamsdo not pick this book up thinking I m just going to read a few chapters before bed just to check it out Once starting this story I just could not put it down, call it engrossing, engaging, intriguing or whatever you d like it truly turned into one of those reads that I couldn t break away from and today I really need a nap No Exit asks that question of what would you do if you saw something wrong and Darby becomes the heroine in this story that you hope exists in all of you re fellow humans Not knowing who to trust or if help would ever come Darby s night becomes a true nail biter after she gets that first glimpse of a little girl in trouble My only small complaint leaving me to rate this book at 4.5 stars instead of a full five came with I paid a bit too much attention to detail in the beginning and the first twist was expected when it came to me However that didn t bring the story down in the least as there was plenty of action and intensity to come in the following pages that I would definitely recommend checking this book out.I received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalley.For reviews please visit flag 46 likesLike see review View 1 comment Dec 09, 2018 Katie rated it liked it 2.5 5 stars 50 pages in, I DESPISED this book How can I be scared by a villain who is constantly farting However, I was engrossed the I read, and it was an overall decent thriller I probably won t remember this a year from now, but I needed something fast paced, and this did the trick flag 44 likesLike see review View 1 comment Jan 25, 2019 Matt rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves crime The week that I read this happened to be the week that winter hit us the hardest As I finish reading, we ve had 6 inches of snow and a 25 degree windchill This definitely added to the atmosphere of reading a story set during a blizzard I have to admit that I m slightly surprised that I liked this book The book is filled with twists and turns, some I expected, some that blindsided me Usually, I find twists and turns like that either eye rollingly predictable or completely jarring Taylor Ad The week that I read this happened to be the week that winter hit us the hardest As I finish reading, we ve had 6 inches of snow and a 25 degree windchill This definitely added to the atmosphere of reading a story set during a blizzard I have to admit that I m slightly surprised that I liked this book The book is filled with twists and turns, some I expected, some that blindsided me Usually, I find twists and turns like that either eye rollingly predictable or completely jarring Taylor Adams gives so much color to the characters and the setting that I didn t react that way to the twists I chalk that up to Adams creating an awesome setting and providing some comic relief along the way that will have readers connecting with the main character who s half smart ass, half Rambo as they spend a violent, heart pounding night with her Darby Thorne is a college student that s driving through Colorado on her way to see her dying mother With a blizzard blanketing the area she has to stop at a rest stop and wait out the storm Things go south pretty quickly as she finds a girl locked in an animal crate in a van There are only four other people trapped at the rest stop with her and she s left with the horrible realization that she s trapped in a blizzard with a kidnapper Darby s decision to try and save the girl is one that sets off a domino effect for the rest of the night Adams is able to crank up the tension by putting Darby through impossible circumstances straight through to the end of the book The action and pacing is another strong point for the book I can definitely see this becoming a movie sometime in the future Readers will undoubtedly figure out some of the twists in this book, but Taylor Adams provides just enough depth to the characters to keep readers turning the pages Whether it s the impossible decisions that Darby has to make throughout the book, the ingenious setting, or the colorful details given to the characters, readers will flip through the pages of this book fast flag 43 likesLike see review View all 12 comments Matt Thanks, Nicola and Holly It s currently 35 here in Milwaukee and we re going on our 7th day off of school No Exit sounds like a caption fo Thanks, Nicola and Holly It s currently 35 here in Milwaukee and we re going on our 7th day off of school No Exit sounds like a caption for my life right now than a book lol Jan 31, 2019 07 23AM Matt Dita wrote Dude, I hear you I live in MN and we are experiencing 65 windchill, the kids haven t been in school all week joy , my husband is worki Dita wrote Dude, I hear you I live in MN and we are experiencing 65 windchill, the kids haven t been in school all week joy , my husband is working from home, and for the first time I can ever remember, ou We are now on day 7 of having off of school Can t wait to go back for the sanity of everyone Jan 31, 2019 07 24AM Dec 28, 2018 Edward Lorn rated it did not like it review of another edition Wow, what a massive disappointment Everything started well enough Great characters Interesting premise Then I predicted the first twistand the secondand the thirdand I m done Not wasting another minute on this when it feels like I ve read it all before The author needs a lesson on how to hide the obvious Such a shame that these well developed characters are trapped in this predictable book that takes a simple concept and draws it out until the plot becomes paper thin, boring, and Wow, what a massive disappointment Everything started well enough Great characters Interesting premise Then I predicted the first twistand the secondand the thirdand I m done Not wasting another minute on this when it feels like I ve read it all before The author needs a lesson on how to hide the obvious Such a shame that these well developed characters are trapped in this predictable book that takes a simple concept and draws it out until the plot becomes paper thin, boring, and exasperatingly repetitive.Thank you, next flag 35 likesLike see review Bill Ugh I hate it when a story plays out that way Dec 28, 2018 06 40PM Kristyn I just marked it want to read but now I m not so sure I hate predictable storylines Jan 30, 2019 04 49PM Feb 09, 2018 ELLIAS elliasreads rated it liked it review of another edition Shelves 2018 books, thriller mystery, i own UPDATE 11 30 18Is it just me or didn t this book come out already LIKE TWO YEARS AGO IN 2017 I also thought it was being made into movie The book is being released again for 2019 What evenyways, I already read it, and it s a somewhat decent thriller Fast paced with a really cool and direct premise.but see full review down below A.J Fucking Finn also blurbed it and im shoook __THIS BOOK HAS SUCH A FUCKING HIGH RATING HERE ON.Like seriously, literally UPDATE 11 30 18Is it just me or didn t this book come out already LIKE TWO YEARS AGO IN 2017 I also thought it was being made into movie The book is being released again for 2019 What evenyways, I already read it, and it s a somewhat decent thriller Fast paced with a really cool and direct premise.but see full review down below A.J Fucking Finn also blurbed it and im shoook __THIS BOOK HAS SUCH A FUCKING HIGH RATING HERE ON.Like seriously, literally broken because this was nowhere as good as I though it was going to be If anything, this taught me that the GR ratings are not to be trusted But this book Wasn t that bad But it wasn t that good either It was actually kinda c h e e e s y.I think the worst of it for me was the writing and the sort of unrealistic scenarios that ending wtf butI really liked the main character, Darby, and her knack for survival She was just an normal college student, an innocent bystander, thrust into a life and death situation, all the while in the midst of a sociopathic kidnapper Darby was super easy to relate to, being a poor broke college student and all that Overall, this little thriller wasn t anything special But it s short, fast, and sweet, and I found myself rooting for this heroine and urging her on to fight back I actually think it s perfect for people who want to get into this genre Nothing to heavy, nothing to memorable either It was just fun 3 STARZTwitter Bookstagram Youtube flag 35 likesLike see review View all 8 comments Dec 13, 2018 Elizabeth of Silvers Reviews rated it it was amazing review of another edition A phone call that her mother had cancer, a snow storm, a rest stop with strangers, and worst of all a child locked in a cage in a van.Could it get any worse for Darby Who was the child, which one of the strangers in the rest stop was the kidnapper, and what can Darby do about it since there is no cell signal and no way the police could get there anyway in all that snow NO EXIT has us sharing a rest stop with the other stranded people trying to make time pass, but as time passes the tension and A phone call that her mother had cancer, a snow storm, a rest stop with strangers, and worst of all a child locked in a cage in a van.Could it get any worse for Darby Who was the child, which one of the strangers in the rest stop was the kidnapper, and what can Darby do about it since there is no cell signal and no way the police could get there anyway in all that snow NO EXIT has us sharing a rest stop with the other stranded people trying to make time pass, but as time passes the tension and danger builds because Darby finds out who the kidnapper is and is secretly threatened to keep quiet.As you read, you feel Darby s terror about the safety of herself and the other strangers and wish the snow would stop, cell service would be available, and some help would arrive.If you have always thought rest stops were creepy places, you will be even wary after reading NO EXIT NO EXIT has characters that unfortunately could very well be exactly as they are portrayed whether they are at a rest stop or at a resort The kidnappers were pretty evil and had no regard for human life.Mr Adams keeps you turning the pages, worrying, and wondering how it all will turn out as he slowly and expertly reveals who is who and what is happening.Talking about an intense read, we need to capitalize INTENSE NO EXIT has so much tension your heart will be pounding, and you won t want to stop reading When you think you have figured out what is going on, another surprise pops up If you thrive on thrillers, NO EXIT will not want to be missed 5 5This book was given to me by the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review flag 33 likesLike see review View all 5 comments Jan 27, 2019 Melissa Mel s Bookshelf rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves audiobooks, thriller I was really in the mood for a thriller and found this one on audio It did not disappoint Darby stops at a rest stop in a blizzard While trying to get some cell phone service, by chance she happens to find a little girl locked up in a van, bound and gagged Problem is, she is stuck at the rest stop with four strangers and she doesn t know which one of them is the kidnapper Who can she trust How is she going to save the girl Absolutely fantastic Non stop action Twists and turns everywhere I was really in the mood for a thriller and found this one on audio It did not disappoint Darby stops at a rest stop in a blizzard While trying to get some cell phone service, by chance she happens to find a little girl locked up in a van, bound and gagged Problem is, she is stuck at the rest stop with four strangers and she doesn t know which one of them is the kidnapper Who can she trust How is she going to save the girl Absolutely fantastic Non stop action Twists and turns everywhere I Loved it Darby was awesome, her character really evolved during the book She started off as really selfish, it was interesting to watch her change in a matter of hours.I loved all the other characters, good bad, innocent or not, all the characters were well written and I loved all the twists and turns.The writing was action packed and gripping from the first few chapters As soon as the scene was set it jumped straight into the gritty plot.I can see this one as a blockbuster movie It wouldn t surprise me if someone adapted it Did I enjoy the audio version Yes it was fantastic Loved the narrator, she did a great job at all the voices and easily set the scene for the NON STOP ACTION Would I recommend No Exit Yes A fabulous thriller Thriller fans will eat this one up I purchased No Exit at my own expense at audibleFor reviews check out my BlogInstagramTwitterFacebook flag 32 likesLike see review Deanna Awesome review Jan 27, 2019 06 53PM Carolyn This does sound good Melissa Jan 27, 2019 09 43PM Felicia Great review, Melissa this one sounds so flippin good Jan 28, 2019 10 17PM Nov 30, 2018 Book of the Month added it Why I love itby Liberty HardyHoly cats this pulse pounding thriller will have you on the edge of your seat Lock your doors, turn off your phone, and get ready to ignore all your obligations until you ve finished No Exit it s THAT good.Ever wondered if you could really be a hero when it mattered most College student Darby Thorne is stranded in a remote highway rest stop with four strangers during a blizzard While retrieving something from her car, she discovers a young girl locked in a van in Why I love itby Liberty HardyHoly cats this pulse pounding thriller will have you on the edge of your seat Lock your doors, turn off your phone, and get ready to ignore all your obligations until you ve finished No Exit it s THAT good.Ever wondered if you could really be a hero when it mattered most College student Darby Thorne is stranded in a remote highway rest stop with four strangers during a blizzard While retrieving something from her car, she discovers a young girl locked in a van in the parking lot Which of the four strangers inside the rest stop owns the van Who is the girl And how can Darcy rescue her without tipping off the kidnapper and potentially getting everyone killed Fans of Joe Hill and A.J Finn will love this book I loved how Darcy who has never taken charge of anything before goes full throttle into badass mode And despite my best efforts, I never figured out what was going to happen Instead, I tore through each explosive surprise, heart pounding in my throat for what it s worth, this book gave me a much better idea of just what that expression means No Exit is a nonstop rollercoaster ride, and I loved every electrifying second of it.Read at flag 31 likesLike see review Jan 14, 2018 Lisa rated it did not like it review of another edition Shelves did not finish WHAT THE BLOODY HELL WAS THAT Unfortunately I DNF at 30% the plot was ridiculous Darby was an irritating character if you were stuck in a blizzard WHY WOULDNT YOU HAVE A PLAN B For heavens sake Miss Taylor get the plot right UGhhh This was one forgettable book WOULD NOT RECOMMEND flag 31 likesLike see review View all 9 comments Jan 09, 2019 Amy rated it really liked it Shelves physical arcs No Exit was good you guys, super fast paced, relentless action and a really great atmosphere I loved the whole locked room vibe with a crazy snowstorm and so many unknown factors Yes, there were definitely some implausible parts but I can definitely recommend this based on binge read factor alone flag 30 likesLike see review View 1 comment Dec 02, 2018 NZLisaM marked it as dnf review of another edition DNF at 22% Slow and boring Enjoyed the isolated, trapped element, and the setting was described well, but that was about it There was something off about the tone that irked me The narration seemed too upbeat considering the protagonist has just found a caged child bound and gagged, hurt and freezing, in the back of a van The child abducter has been revealed already and I just read a page where the author felt it was necessary to have a character fart multiple times Juvenile Maybe it gets DNF at 22% Slow and boring Enjoyed the isolated, trapped element, and the setting was described well, but that was about it There was something off about the tone that irked me The narration seemed too upbeat considering the protagonist has just found a caged child bound and gagged, hurt and freezing, in the back of a van The child abducter has been revealed already and I just read a page where the author felt it was necessary to have a character fart multiple times Juvenile Maybe it gets better, but with so many books on my tbr, I would rather move on to a better one flag 23 likesLike see review View all 21 comments Jan 06, 2019 Magdalena aka A Bookaholic Swede rated it really liked it Shelves read 2019 What if you re stuck at a rest stop in a blizzard with strangers and discover a kidnapped child You don t know who to trust and have no way to contact anyone What would you do What could you do That s the dilemma college student Darby Thorne is faced with in this fast paced thriller She s on her way home to see her dying mother when she has to stop at a remote rest stop in the mountains of Colorado She can t get any cell phone reception, and there is no phone there Just Darby and three str What if you re stuck at a rest stop in a blizzard with strangers and discover a kidnapped child You don t know who to trust and have no way to contact anyone What would you do What could you do That s the dilemma college student Darby Thorne is faced with in this fast paced thriller She s on her way home to see her dying mother when she has to stop at a remote rest stop in the mountains of Colorado She can t get any cell phone reception, and there is no phone there Just Darby and three strangers, and the kidnapped child she finds in an animal cage back in the van But, who s the kidnapper Anyone of the strangers could be the kidnapper, who to trust READ THE REST OF THE REVIEW OVER AT FRESH FICTION flag 20 likesLike see review View 1 comment Dec 30, 2018 Amitaf0208 rated it it was amazing Shelves all time favourites Amazing Finished it in one sitting flag 21 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Jan 28, 2019 Peter Monn rated it it was amazing review of another edition A really great thriller A full review will be up on my booktube channel at flag 20 likesLike see review munichbooklover Thank you for the great review Peter, had to buy it immediately Jan 29, 2019 02 05AM Melissa I live for peters reviews I live for peters reviews Jan 29, 2019 02 08PM Dec 13, 2018 Marc Bougharios rated it really liked it 4.5 starsThis novel is released on January 19th.Out of the many novels that I ve read this year, this has to be one of the only ones that I stayed up late reading I read this one in two sittings and devoured it entirely It s hard not to like it and if I m being honest I was very excited to read this one before I even got it I was trying to rush through my TBR list as fast as I could to reach this one and I m so very glad that I read it.It had a very similar feel to An Unwanted Guest by Shari 4.5 starsThis novel is released on January 19th.Out of the many novels that I ve read this year, this has to be one of the only ones that I stayed up late reading I read this one in two sittings and devoured it entirely It s hard not to like it and if I m being honest I was very excited to read this one before I even got it I was trying to rush through my TBR list as fast as I could to reach this one and I m so very glad that I read it.It had a very similar feel to An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena which is by far one of my favorite books that I ve read this year What would you do if you saw a nine year old girl trapped in a dog cage in someone s car in the freezing cold weather Who can you really trust It really was such an exhilarating read I did not want to put it down I read this lying in my bed all warm because the book s weather made me cold Darby is such an amazing character The lengths she goes to to try and save the little girl and the dangers that she encounters makes this novel so unique I ve never read anything like this book before and that s what made it stand out The plot and twists in this novel did not stop coming I didn t know how Adams would make many twists in a story like this one but he did not disappoint I do not want to give anything but this is a must read for all thriller fans out there Put on your reading glasses, get warm under your covers and make a nice hot jug of coffee and brace yourselves because it s going to be one heck of a ride Thank you HarperCollins Canada and William Morrow for providing me with an advanced copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review flag 19 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Jul 13, 2017 Annika rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves best villains, mindfuck, thriller crime suspense, read to review arc What a wild, wicked ride, this book Who would ve guessed a full length novel entirely set on a rest stop could be that thrilling, especially considering the bad guy reveals himself relatively early into the book Sure, there wasn t much of an elaborate plot, Adams went totally over the top with the NOOOOOO moments, the protagonist was stupid and kept making the dumbest decisions, and I often felt like I was reading the script of a 90 s teen slasher movie where, no matter how fast you are, the What a wild, wicked ride, this book Who would ve guessed a full length novel entirely set on a rest stop could be that thrilling, especially considering the bad guy reveals himself relatively early into the book Sure, there wasn t much of an elaborate plot, Adams went totally over the top with the NOOOOOO moments, the protagonist was stupid and kept making the dumbest decisions, and I often felt like I was reading the script of a 90 s teen slasher movie where, no matter how fast you are, the bad guy always catches up with you.But still, I had such an amazing time reading this I bit my nails off and got about three and a half hours of sleep last night because I just couldn t find it in me to put it down I still loved Darby and her screwing everything up, and I particularly adored that sadistic, sociopath of a villain Whether it was bleach, bullets, fire or the meaty click of a knife striking bone, there s no dignity in death Every living creature dies afraid.For all her cunning, Darby would learn this, too. This was a fascinating mindfuck unexpected twists and chilling revelations lurking around every corner, and somehow, in between all that action, tension and gore, Adams even managed to throw in some dry humor here and there.Hats off ARC provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. flag 21 likesLike see review View 1 comment Oct 20, 2018 Vaso rated it really liked it review of another edition Shelves greek e books, mystery crime flag 19 likesLike see review Aug 23, 2018 JuJu Julie rated it it was amazing review of another edition Shelves ew WowThis book will keep you on the edge of your seat A fantastic, suspenseful thriller flag 19 likesLike see review View all 4 comments Jan 29, 2019 Nikki rated it really liked it review of another edition Landing somewhere between 4 and 5 unsettling stars No Exit is an intense, stressful book that left me exhausted I needed a nap after that wild ride With its campy, cinematic feel, No Exit uses its scary movie like flare to take the reader on a terrifying, action packed journey I Could Not Put It DOWN What makes this book work Let s start with the weather A blizzard makes the best backdrop for a chilling story pun absolutely intended Darby Thorne is traveling home, trying to beat th Landing somewhere between 4 and 5 unsettling stars No Exit is an intense, stressful book that left me exhausted I needed a nap after that wild ride With its campy, cinematic feel, No Exit uses its scary movie like flare to take the reader on a terrifying, action packed journey I Could Not Put It DOWN What makes this book work Let s start with the weather A blizzard makes the best backdrop for a chilling story pun absolutely intended Darby Thorne is traveling home, trying to beat the snowstorm, but the roads quickly become dangerous Darby makes it to a rest stop where four strangers have also stopped due to the weather conditions The blizzard kicks into high gear and roads become impassable leaving the travelers stranded Being stranded in freezing temperatures with nowhere to go really amps up the edginess to this tale, leaving the strangers now very much trapped together Next, the setting of this book is pure genius in my opinion Rest stops are creepy Just plain creepy Sure, they serve a purpose and offer travelers a restroom break, chance to walk the dog, maybe grab some brochures, hit the vending machine, what have you BUT They are typically a good distance off the highway and almost always surrounded by trees And despite travelers coming and going, there is always a creepy, secluded, empty feeling about them Can you tell I m not a fan of rest stops Adams uses this setting extremely well It absolutely enhances the story and offers a most unsettling location for this tale to take place And not only does he use a rest stop for his setting he uses a rest stop in the middle of the Colorado Rockies At night No, no, no Color me terrified So Blizzard rest stop five people stranded with nowhere to go a heck of a way to start a book Oh, but there s Soon after the travelers arrive, Darby tries once again to get a signal on her dying cell phone As she passes behind a vehicle in the parking lot, she catches the tiniest glimpse of something out of the corner of her eye There s a blizzard going on, so snow is swirling and the wind is blowing, so Darby isn t sure at first if what she really saw until she pursues it further And discovers a child trapped in a cage in the back of a van From this point on, the level of stress and intensity skyrockets as Darby tries to determine which stranger has kidnapped a child and how she should handle this situation Adams delivers a well executed thriller with twists and turns galore This book kept me on the edge of my seat from start to finish I felt the pacing was excellent, and it never faltered or lagged For anyone who loves suspense thrillers, for anyone who loves scary movies, and for anyone who feels rest stops are creepy, I highly recommend this one Sidebar I would note that there are a few gory moments.Enjoy the ride And stick to the highway flag 18 likesLike see review View all 6 comments Nikki DeAnn wrote I want to read this one in 2019 I ll be watching for your review Sounds intense It is very intense, DeAnn I hope you enjoy it Jan 31, 2019 06 27AM Nikki JanB wrote Terrific review NikkiI m even excited for this one now Thank you, Jan I hope you like this one Can t wait to hear your thou JanB wrote Terrific review NikkiI m even excited for this one now Thank you, Jan I hope you like this one Can t wait to hear your thoughts Jan 31, 2019 06 27AM Jan 12, 2019 Travel.with.aok rated it it was amazing review of another edition Don t you dare to start this book to read it at night because I guarantee you won t sleep because of the high suspense No Exit is an extreme fast paced breath taking thriller with full of horror and tension acts that will make you sweat I m so happy to have finished this within a day and I will never forget the mixed emotions this novel gave me It really is an entertaining read, a solid 5 stars, it s well written, perfectly plotted and completely engrossing.The way that Adams puts in every co Don t you dare to start this book to read it at night because I guarantee you won t sleep because of the high suspense No Exit is an extreme fast paced breath taking thriller with full of horror and tension acts that will make you sweat I m so happy to have finished this within a day and I will never forget the mixed emotions this novel gave me It really is an entertaining read, a solid 5 stars, it s well written, perfectly plotted and completely engrossing.The way that Adams puts in every corner of the novel a mind blowing twist is a perfection, No Exit is unique and very well connected in every aspect even though I wasn t completely feeling the main character because of some decisions in the first chapters but then it got better.The main character is Darby and she is a college girl in Colorado, her relationship with her mother hasn t been one of the best, one day she gets a call that her mother has cancer and she gets ready to go to her house so she can fix some past problems, as the weather gets worse with snow storms she has to stop in a place to rest and there starts the adventure of No Exit with different twists and psychological thrills.Darby s power makes the book so unique and fascinating, she really is smart and not afraid of the dangers she gets in, the setting is very perfect and the descriptions of the background is so wonderful Taylor has merged suspense, mystery and weird strangers in a perfection way to give us mixed chills A very addictive and outrageous thriller that will blow your mind I really loved the crafting of the book and the winter background made it so unique and scary, the ending was unfolded in the best way it could, unexpected and in a unique and fascinating way Definitely my top thriller of the Year flag 19 likesLike see review previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next new topicDiscuss This Book topics posts views last activity Book of The Month No Exit 13 52 Jan 18, 2019 06 30AM Librari Please combine these two editions 1 33 Jul 01, 2017 10 10AM More topics Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Taylor Adams 421 followers Taylor Adams directed the acclaimed short film And I Feel Fine in 2008 and graduated Eastern Washington University with the Excellence in Screenwriting Award and the prestigious Edmund G Yarwood Award His directorial work has screened at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival and his writing has been featured on KAYU TV s Fox Life blog He has worked in the film television industry for sever Taylor Adams directed the acclaimed short film And I Feel Fine in 2008 and graduated Eastern Washington University with the Excellence in Screenwriting Award and the prestigious Edmund G Yarwood Award His directorial work has screened at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival and his writing has been featured on KAYU TV 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        Taylor Adams directed the acclaimed short film And I Feel Fine in 2008 and graduated Eastern Washington University with the Excellence in Screenwriting Award and the prestigious Edmund G Yarwood Award His directorial work has screened at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival and his writing has been featured on KAYU TV s Fox Life blog He has worked in the film television industry for sever Taylor Adams directed the acclaimed short film And I Feel Fine in 2008 and graduated Eastern Washington University with the Excellence in Screenwriting Award and the prestigious Edmund G Yarwood Award His directorial work has screened at the Seattle True Independent Film Festival and his writing has been featured on KAYU TV s Fox Life blog He has worked in the film television industry for several years and lives in Washington state EYESHOT is Adams debut novel, published by Joffe Books


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    1. Action packed Edgy Tense Riveting.If ever there was a book to inspire cinematic vibes, it s this one A plot thrilling enough to conjure up those things that often accompany a notable suspense flick I m talking perching rigidly on the edge of my seat, I won t dare look away, as I mindlessly shovel handfuls of popcorn from bucket to mouth A tense storyline, wintery terrain, and questionable characters collide in a way that makes NO EXIT impossible to put down Ripe pickings for [...]


    2. A Non Stop Thrill Ride Sometimes god puts people exactly where they need to be Even when they don t know it Reading NO EXIT feels like a roller coaster ride It starts slowly, but after you are the past the first obvious twist, you never know how it s going to twist and turn and there is no exit till the end No Exit has everything a great thriller needs a ingenious setup, some edgy characters and some brilliant storytelling, building tension right till the end The twists and turns a A Non [...]


    3. FIVE EXCITING STARSATTENTION FELLOW TWISTED PLOT LOVERS Run to the bookstore, library or Audible when this little gem is released on JULY 1, 2017 NO EXIT by Taylor Adams is your magic carpet ride out of a sweltering summer and into a snowy hell A kidnapped little girl locked in a stranger s van No help for miles What would you do Darby Thorne is a college student stranded by a blizzard at a highway rest stop in the middle of nowhere She s on the way home to see her sick mother She ll have [...]


    4. Somewhere between 4 and 4.5 stars.Warning don t read Taylor Adams No Exit before bed.While there are some creepy parts and some gruesome ones , those aren t the reasons I m warning you It s quite simple, actually if you start reading this book, there s no way you re going to want to put it down You re going to want to stay up until you finish the book, and then once you re done, you ll probably have a little excess adrenaline that will keep you awake longer.Trust me, I was severely overt [...]


    5. 5 stars for the fact that I read this between midnight and two a.m was rigid with fear the whole time, and locked my bedroom door when I was done I WAS NOT EXPECTING THIS TO BE SO GOOD.If I were to ask you what the most horrifying possible image was, what would you say A serial killer letting loose with a heavy duty nail gun Godzilla tearing his way through a densely populated city A weird ass ghost crawling through your bedroom window NOPE Actually, the answer is a child s tiny hand rea 5 stars [...]


    6. 4.5 Stars Rounded up Grieving isn t what I expected You don t see your loved one s face wherever you go, haunting you on billboards and strangers That s a clich The reality is simpler, less melodramatic, and far worse You just start to forget. I want to start by saying I don t think I ve ever disliked a character in a book than Ashley Garver He grins my gears and then some But a sign of a good book is when an author makes you have an emotional reaction, right At least for me that s 4.5 S [...]


    7. Had potential.This book is for those like to read Robin Cook books Scary, vicious and bloody nightmarish story Can t believe any body traveling in that weather and those states, without any preparations Got tired of repeated sayings and foul language Don t recommend this book.


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