Book Review | The Last Thing to Burn by Will Dean

Synopsis:

A kidnapped woman who has been held captive for years finds out she’s pregnant and she decides she must do something to save herself and her baby from this life but it won’t be an easy feat with camera watching her constantly and her captor always there.

She is not sure how she will escape but she has to try. One day a woman shows up at her door and she is terrified that the woman will be killed as he promised her he would do if she ever talked. She is to terrified to say anything but desperately wants to. How can she get help and not put this woman in danger as well.

This is the end. Something has to change. Will she make it out alive? Can she save her baby from this horrible life and the new woman she he has trapped in the cellar?

Review:

This was a gripping thriller right from the start. I was hooked and read it in one sitting. To experience this book will leave you on the edge of your seat eager for what’s to come. The novel that makes you cringe but you can’t stop reading it. I am sure I have found a new favorite author in Will Dean.

I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a good, albeit twisted thriller. If you enjoyed reading B.A. Paris’ Behind Closed Doors you may enjoy The Last Thing to Burn as well.

There are some dental scenes, brutality, psychological abuse, kidnapping, human trafficking and child abuse.

I would like to thank NetGalley for this copy in exchange for an honest review.

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