Terri George is a new to me author and A Person Could Disappear Here was an okay read. This book had an amazing plot, however in my opinion was missing some very key elements. I found the author could have spent a few more minutes character building before jumping into the story with both feet first. I wasn’t as empathetic to the characters and their quest to find their missing British friend In the US as I could have been because I didn’t really know them or connect with them before their adventure. I also found it to be lacking any real action, and when you think kidnapping, you associate action with it. There was some action, but it was lacking excitement until closer to the end of the book. However there is definitely an element of suspense . What I did find awesome was the cross between British Dialect and American Dialect. Usually when I read a book like this, I have a hard time because I don’t know the meaning of all the words, and the grammar is funny. This didn’t happen this time. I was able to read cover to cover without Google Assistant. I really enjoyed that this book educated me a bit. It was evident in their search for their friend that the laws mentioned were researched and not fabricated. The twist at the end was unforeseen and probably the best part of the story! 4 out of 5 stars!
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