A Hunting We Will Go Author:Hal Friedman Katyln quickly realized that she'd left her office door unlocked, a careless habit that could have just become a terrible mistake.Bolting from her desk, she lunged for the door and twisted the insubstantial metal lock until it clicked. The mechanism jiggled when she tried it and gave little assurance it would hold if someone tried to force it. ... more » The glass door put her on display, like a parakeet in a cage with a nasty cat on the prowl. No place to run, no place to hide.If Starman had come for her, there would be no one to hear her scream.« less
Reminds me of a great action advenure movie. The chapters are like scenes, short and without extra words. The plot is weird in a good way. A serial killer controlled by a woman so that she can get revenge on people who she believes have harmed her. Friedman writes in short chapters so you can stop and go whenever you get a few minutes. These also help the pacing of the book. The ending is totally unexpected and makes you wonder what kind of imagination it takes to dream up these things. Definitely read it.