Review: Trapped by George A. Bernstein


Title: Trapped
Author: George A. Bernstein
Publisher: TAG Publishing LLC
Genre: Thriller
Format: E Book
Source: Author
My Rating:

Summary: The darkness is still, silent. Jackee Maren’s heart pounds reverberating through her body as fear sears her veins. Someone’s coming. No way out. This time they will kill me. Her breath is short, her chest burns. Must run. Faster. Faster! Her eyes fly open, her heart still racing with blinding fear. Jackee breathes deeply with relief and stares at the ceiling desperately trying to calm herself. The same dream. Something, someone is watching . . . and waiting. 

A tragic car accident leaves beautiful, vibrant Jackee Maren in “Locked-in Syndrome,” completely paralyzed, able to move only her eyes. Jackee’s physical therapist, Kevin, seems more invested in her well-being than her husband, Phil, and teaches her to communicate by blinking her eyes. 

Soon she discovers she has the ability to sense others thoughts, but hides this talent from everyone but her sons, not knowing who she can trust. Then she discovers her car accident was no accident, and vows to expose the person who wants her dead before they get a second chance. Exercising her new psychic ability, Jackee finally learns who masterminded the accident but feels helpless to stop them from trying to kill her again.

Fading physically, she doggedly embarks on a psychic plan to not only ensure her boys are safe forever, but to exact revenge on her would-be murderer. 

Jackee vows not to rest until this killer understands what it is to be TRAPPED! But she must hurry, with only months left to live.

My Review: 
I read this book for a fair and honest and review by the author.

This is a unique story, I’ve never read a book with this kind of storyline.  I found myself sucked into the story from page one. I was eager to know what happens next. There were parts I figured out but at the same time, parts I did not.

I can’t even begin to imagne what it was like to Jackee. To be trapped in your own body, to be able to think but not be able to feel, talk, touch. It’s truely heartbreaking.  I loved that Jackee learned a way to communicate with others. That had to take a lot of time and patience.  

I loved that she figured out what happened to her was not an accident.  She made sure that person or person(s) paid for their actions.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone.  I actually suggested it to a few friends already. 

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