Jan 25, 2022

Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single)

Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single) By {author, ☆ Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single) ✓ John Rector ☆ Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single) ✓ John Rector - Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single), Lost Things A Novella Kindle Single International Thriller Award WinnerEvan Teller has everything going for him a good job a beautiful fiance and the prospect of making partner at his firm But it all comes crashing down one dark

  • Publisher‏:‎ Thomas & Mercer (July 10, 2012)
  • Publication date‏:‎ July 10, 2012
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 495 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 117 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

☆ Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single) ✓ John Rector, Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single), John Rector, Lost Things A Novella Kindle Single International Thriller Award WinnerEvan Teller has everything going for him a good job a beautiful fiance and the prospect of making partner at his firm But it all comes crashing down one dark night on an empty street when one bad decision turns his dream life into a nightmare of cover ups and lies What begins as a celebration with his old college fri

Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single)

☆ Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single) ✓ John Rector ☆ Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single) ✓ John Rector - Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single), Lost Things A Novella Kindle Single International Thriller Award WinnerEvan Teller has everything going for him a good job a beautiful fiance and the prospect of making partner at his firm But it all comes crashing down one dark Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single)

  • ☆ Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single) ✓ John Rector
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Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single)

124 thought on “Lost Things: A Novella (Kindle Single)

  1. This was my first book by this author A friendship is tested when a violent act is covered up by two friends and one man learns that he didn t really know his friend at all It was a good suspense novella, with gradual tension building The bad part is there is no ending I listened to this via audio book and narration was good, though a bit rote Still should ve had an ending.


  2. I purchased this Kindle Single on a whim I ve never read any of John Rector s work, but I m pleasantly surprised Two friends, Evan and Peter, are attacked by a couple of homeless men In self defense, Evan fights one of them off while his friend Peter is still being attacked by the remaining man Evan steps in to rescue Peter, possibly saving his life The homeless man is defeated, but Peter is not satisfied In a moment of rage, he kills the man The story moves forward with Evan and Peter trying to [...]


  3. Okay, call me a dummy, I have never read this author before, what the heck Lost Things left me just sitting in my living room holding my kindle saying What just happened Well, I ll tell you what happened, I fell in love with an author and his name is John Rector.This book was some serious psychological stuff Evan and Peter, I shall never forget them I was sweating a little in my living room too It was a thriller and a chiller It was a situation where one wrong turn can mess up a person s life FO [...]


  4. I have to admit, at first i really didn t care too much for this book I thought it A boring, typical love story But as I read on I was intrigued by the way the story line went into a whole different direction What a save Peter and Evan were perfect friends Peter being the strong, protective and also very dark one and Evan seemed to be afraid of everything and very much in need of protecting I liked the fact that though Peter was a basket case, he truly loved Evan and would not hurt him After the [...]


  5. I m not usually a fan of the short story format, but this one had me riveted from the start I read the entire story in two sittings which I rarely do any I have twin two year olds, so I m sure you can imagine why What happens with Evan and eventually between Evan and Peter is horrific and something I can see easily happening between friends given their circumstances and backgrounds which makes the story horrific.This was a great introduction to Rector s work I ll certainly be buying of his title [...]


  6. I love John Rector for knowing how to play his strength His thrillers have very little in common with what s currently on the market In fact, his approach has to do with Dostoevsky s complex characterization, except that his prose is straight like an arrow Almost disembodied It lets the reader concentrate on what Rector is trying to say with the story In this case, the fall of a man, from having everything to having nothing LOST THINGS is a crystal clear portrait of a terrifying ordeal that s or [...]


  7. EXCELLENT This is the first, but definitely not the last, time I have read anything by John Rector I am about to order every book I can find on , regardless of the subject matter Yes, it is THAT good If you like Dean Koontz or early Stephen King, you will love this one It has just the right amount of suspense, creepiness, and character development to draw you in and make you care about the main guy and a couple of the supporting team It also gives a nice background into the psyche of the bad guy [...]


  8. Both the blurb and the majority of reviews here made this story sound fantastic, and right up my street The basic concept, that of a mugging going wrong when the intended victims kill the mugger in self defence then finding themselves in and hot water is a good one Without wanting to give away too much of the story I thought that Peter s back story was good, and Evan seemed an everyday relatable main character who is being dragged down by an old friendship.However I found myself struggling to ca [...]


  9. I enjoyed this novel, hence the 4 stars, but I could see how the story s implausibility might put off some readers After only a matter of pages, I decided to let the story take me with it, rather than focus too much on the implausibility and repeated cliches, and once I did that I had a good time It s a fast paced story with a couple of nice surprises along the way and I was particularly happy with the ending It s not always necessary for a writer to spell out everything for the reader lots of i [...]


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