A fairly decent whodunit, a bit unbelievable.
This book is an excellent suspense story. It kept me reading until I finished the book.
Trapped is an extremely fast paced, highly emotional thriller. The mystery is brilliantly done with enough red herrings mixed in that I was constantly second guessing myself. The connections between various players can be shocking are secrets are revealed and mysteries solved. The killer is made even more frightening in the fact he is completely insane and has some very strange ideas about kinds of magical abilities he believes he has. And we all know sometimes the most powerful weapon is in, fact, the mind.
There are three primary points of view used to tell the story though occasionally we enter the mind of a different character for another view on the story. Jane is the main character and most of our time is spent in her perspective. Several times throughout the book, we enter the mind of Kelly and this increases the sense of desperation and fear that permeates the book. Then we also spend a fair amount of time in the head of our villain and when I learn his thoughts and feelings, I got chills at the intensity of his insane thoughts.
Wow I was blown away by the intensity of Trapped. This was my first read by Chris Jordan and I already went out and bought previous book, Taken. I have it on good authority that one is every bit as compelling and thrilling as this one is.
Interesting book. I like the style of writing. Quick chapters with interesting titles. Good read!