By Taylor Adams
William Morrow, 9780062875655, January 2019, 352pp.
The Short of It:
A fast-paced, tightly-woven tale of survival.
The Rest of It:
On her way to see her dying mother, Darby finds herself stranded in a blizzard, unable to continue. Without snow tires and one broken windshield wiper and no hope of the snow letting up, she stops at a rest stop to ride it out. Inside the rest stop are four strangers. Outside in the parking lot is a van with a young girl caged inside. What should Darby do? What would you do?
This was a terrific read. From the very beginning you find yourself running along with Darby. It’s relentless! It’s twisty in all the right places and some of it, quite honestly, was pretty clever. There are some surprises but the real winner is Darby. Such a likable, tenacious character. You will be rooting for her at every turn.
Adams did a really good job handling all the loose ends too. I was pretty impressed. Plus, it’s just one of those books that make you love reading all over gain. The act of pushing all your commitments aside just so you can enjoy another page or two. You know that feeling?
If you haven’t read No Exit yet, and you like to be held captive by your reading (who doesn’t?), then find a copy and jump in. I read it in a mere three hours on a work day!
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16 thoughts on “Review: No Exit”
Sounds great and just checked, I actually have an eGalley still unread- bonus.
Oh good! If you start it today you will be done with it in no time.
Yay! I’m so glad you enjoyed it so much. It really was a fun read. I remember I couldn’t stop reading it and just had to stay up all night to finish it 🙂
Oh my gosh, now I’m wondering what I would do. This sounds great!
It’s a fun ride! Lots of twists.
Thanks, Ti. This sounds fantastic! Every time I see you post about No Exit, though, all I can think of is John-Paul Sartre and his play, No Exit.
I know! I thought of it too.
A girl is in a cage? Yikes. Sounds scary to me. The protagonist must be good though!
Yep! A little girl, inside of a cage, inside of a van. It’s riveting.
Wow! This one sounds so good!
I can’t believe you haven’t read No Exit. You would enjoy it. It’s a page turner for sure.
I will get to it!
Great review! I can feel your excitment over this book and will look for a copy!
I really enjoy books that remind me how fun reading is. This book did that for me.
I found this one to be a real page turner! And tense, especially at the end. Glad you liked it, too.
Yes, there was a lot of tension at the end. I was putting off cooking and laundry to finish it. A book where you must read the Epilogue.