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No Second Chance by Harlan Coben

Published December 6, 2004

No Second Chance by Harlan Coben

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Thoughts

Marc, a plastic surgeon, wakes up from being shot to find his wife dead and his baby girl missing. The story follows his struggle to come to terms with these and the events that follow as he tries to find her.

Marc is an interesting character and you get right inside his head. Rachel is an ex-Fed and uses all her powers to help him out, and manages to be lovely with it.

I thought it was going to be great, it starts off well and Marc writes in first person, letting you right into the depths of what he’s going through. But, then it switches from first person to third person and that completely threw me off. I think it’s supposed to add to the suspense but I found it very distracting.

The story was interesting and readable but the constant switching takes away from the good points.

Rating: Unrated

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