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Publisher's Summary

The chilling new drama from Warren Adler, the best-selling author of The War of the Roses, gets to the heart of brainwashing and its power to corrupt and control.
A father. A mother. A daughter. A cult.
When their 23-year-old daughter goes missing, divorcees Harry and Paulie are forced to leave behind their newly constructed lives to track Grace down. But Grace isn't lost, not physically at least. They find her seemingly unharmed in California on a sunny farm the other residents call 'Camp Star'. But nothing is as it seems....
Sinister motives lurk behind the smiles of those at the camp, and the two soon learn that Grace is in the clutches of a notorious cult. Under the spell of mind control, she denies Harry and Paulie as her family and shuns their love, leaving them to search for answers in the most desperate of places. Scrambling to piece together their shattered lives, Harry and Paulie race against the clock to bring Grace back home; but will she ever be able to return? How do you help someone who doesn't know they're lost?
©2017 Warren Adler (P)2017 Warren Adler
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4 out of 5 stars
By Sabrena on 11-29-17

Well written, but boring

This is a well written story with fully developed characters. However, none of the characters are particularly likable.

The publishers label this book as a chilling drama, but it's not especially chilling. In fact, it moves quite slowly with much time spent on character development and little suspenseful action. As dramas go, this is a good story, but it just didn't do it for me.

Steve Ogden performs very well. His character voices are distinctive and his pacing fits the story. .

NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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3 out of 5 stars
By Kimberly Smith on 12-04-17

Excellent narration

This is a very slow book. The narration is fabulous and, really, the only reason I finished the book. I received a review copy at my request and voluntarily reviewed.

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