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When reviews are not reviews

If you post something for public consumption in the internet age, it is going to get reviewed. Expect some good ones, but also some bad ones. It goes with the territory. I can handle bad reviews but I have to question ones that don't review anything but simply restate the premise of the story.

Here's the book description:

The morning it happened, Sarah thought little of the slight change in plans. By evening, she realizes the result of that decision: she is trapped in a remote cabin, where her captors force her to record a ransom demand aimed at her wealthy father.

As the countdown to the deadline begins and Sarah looks for ways to escape her confine, she is unaware that a far more sinister danger lurks unseen as various parties plot and scheme their way to the ransom.

With the clock ticking toward the deadline and these plots beginning to coalesce, Sarah realizes what's at stake is far more than money.

Here's a review of the type I mentioned. I mean come on, at least SAY something:

The Kidnapping of Sarah Easton, by Erik Goddard, is a book that will keep you in suspense from start to finish. This was an easy book to get into and I thoroughly enjoyed it. 

Sarah has been kidnapped after a sudden change in her plans. She now finds herself stuck in a secluded cabin with her kidnappers. Sarah is forced to record a ransom that they send to her father. Sarah is looking for a way to escape. Little does Sarah know that this kidnapping entails way more than the ransom. 

I dont want to give away too much and spoil the ending but I highly recommend you pick this book up, you will not be disappointed.
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