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ELEVEN HOURS by Paullina Simons | Kirkus Reviews

Very disappointing, paulllina considering that the author also wrote “The Bronze Horseman”, which I quite enjoyed. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Neither the magic nor the suspense ever dims. The story telling alternates between Didi herself trapped by a sometimes violent but always unpredictable kidnapper, and her husband Rich with Scott, the FBI agent assigned to catch the kidnapper.

Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc. The kidnapper was crazed enough to make his odd behaviour understandable. This held my interest to the end, but I wasn’t able to really invest in the characters. Shopbop Bours Fashion Brands. His upturned nose made him look petulant, as if he’d been waiting for a bus too long. East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.

Eleven Hours

After they got some of the answers they wanted, simoons took Rich to the downtown police station, where they were asked more questions. He said that she was hurting herself and the baby because she was carrying those bags.


Another great read by Paullina Simmons. It’s a good book and so easy to read, and fast.

It’s an uncomfortable and unpleasant ride, but there’s no escape. Dec 27, Purbali rated it really liked it.

Sure, it gives the reader a lot of dialogue with him and the cocky FBI agent – and why just one? This was certainly an un-put-downable read. The Booktopian Booktopia Blog.

Eleven hours of hell. Sep 09, Fiona Story rated it really liked it. Basically the author had too many different intentions and hoirs it seems the discipline to pare out the ones that don’t add anything, also nothing much to say.

Write a customer review. Very different to her other books, I couldn’t imagine her writing something like this!

My library Help Advanced Book Search. Highly recommended, quick effective reading, which I really enjoyed for a couple of days.

On her treturous ride, she has to keep herself and her baby alive. Please try again later. Paullina writes of a heavily pregnant woman kidnapped and battling for her survival in extreme heat and terrifying circumstances. Plus I couldn’t help but dislike Didi; she seemed false and swallow, her supposed Christianity and her willingness to save everybody didn’t match her passion and strength in her fighting of the last pages, I doubt a pregnant woman mistreated the way she was could have the nerve to react the way she does in the last chapter.


I didn’t particularly like the topic and felt the book didn’t have any depth. Aug 07, Mish rated it really liked it Shelves: It was a fast moving book with very interesting characters and a great story. You are commenting using your WordPress.

Eleven Hours by Paullina Simons – book review by Harriet Klausner

It’s paulliha good for the baby. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Kept me turning pages right to the end. This is a book that was hard to put down. Sep 12, Abel Shibin rated it did not like it. And then siomns is kidnapped and bundled into a car by a desperate young man. She tries to keep her distance, but he will not allow his prey to escape him. I guess in a sense a suspense novel uours always this predictable, the “bad guy” was written all over the place as if the author herself couln’t completely decide what she thought of him or what made him tick.

This leisurely afternoon of shopping and pretzel eating I loved the little nuances, yes Didi you should take two – why not?! Maybe as a thriller I was expecting to be thrilled more but it was very predictable and more like a slice of life story.