The Trapper by Ellie Douglas (Book Review #867)

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The Trapper is a thriller written about Blake, and Kitty left for dead by their father fighting for their lives and survival. Left in the forest, there are traps, hunters, dangerous and cruel conditions where the kids have to gain courage and rely on their values to physically and emotionally respond to the ordeal.

The novel is suspenseful and continuously keeps you on edge. The story’s description encompasses survival and resilience, a delightful notion to read, considering the characters had to battle through the scary, breathtaking events psychologically.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

What I predominately enjoyed about the story was how the author exclusively wrote the story. The literature indeed fastened your heart beat and made you jump and anticipate every thrilling scene. I consider this to be exceptional writing and congratulate the author for the skill.

I recommend this book to readers who like psychosocial thrillers and fiction.

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