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Those Who Wish Me Dead Summary Á eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF è The newest thriller from Michael Koryta New York Times bestselling authorWhen fourteen year old Jace Wilson witnesses a brutal murder he's plunged into a new life issued a false identity and hidden in a wilderness skills program for troubled teens The plan is to And Allison Serbin who run the wilderness survival program; Hannah Faber who occupies a lonely fire lookout tower; and endless miles of desolate Montana mountainsThe clock is ticking the mountains are burning and those who wish Jace Wilson dead are no longer far behi. This was a thriller lover's thrilling thriller The pacing was perfect the action just kept coming Loved the characters the heroes are heroic the villains are villainous and the setting in mountainous Montana evocative 4 12 stars rounded up

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The newest thriller from Michael Koryta New York Times bestselling authorWhen fourteen year old Jace Wilson witnesses a brutal murder he's plunged into a new life issued a false identity and hidden in a wilderness skills program for troubled teens The plan is to get J. Another very thrilling suspense novel from Koryta who never seems to disappoint Great characters and a tension filled story make THOSE WHO WISH ME DEAD an excellent read

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Those Who Wish Me DeadAce off the grid while police find the two killers The result is the start of a nightmareThe killers known as the Blackwell Brothers are slaughtering anyone who gets in their way in a methodical uest to reach him Now all that remains between them and the boy are Ethan. As soon as I read the synopsis for this I knew I had to pick it up during my next library run Perhaps I had too high of expectations especially considering the 3 rating I gave The Cypress House last year but I'm still bummed I didn't enjoy it It took over a week to finish this due to the fact I read multiple books in between because by page 20 I felt like I could put it down Never a good sign Several days later I decided to buckle down get through it Thankfully the journey was rocky at first but eventually smoothed out into an enjoyable enough rideWhen fourteen year old Jace Wilson witnesses a murder he is thrust into a new identity a new life Now he is Connor Reynolds an attendee for a wilderness survival program for troubled teens His instructor Ethan isn't aware of which one of the boys is in hiding but he agrees to this because he wants to help keep him safe Little do they know the killers are close to Jace'sConnor's trail Too closeNow it's a pulse pounding race to see what happens first the Blackwell brothers getting to Jace or Ethan being able to deliver on his promise of keeping the boy safe And what better way to instill the fear of the clock ticking down than to add a mountain fire into the mix Man vs wilderness who will survive Once I got over the initial hump of the first 13 of the book I started to truly get intrigued once Jace was on his own the Blackwell brothers arrived to town I liked how this was truly a survival novel with trinkets of helpful information to store away for later sprinkled in I'm not the biggest outdoorsy person so I doubt it would be news to those who are but I'm slowly trying to improve so it was nice to see all the same I think my biggest problem with THOSE WHO WISH ME DEAD wasn't the plot itself but so of the way Koryta painted his characters Ethan's wife Allison is described as a beauty ueen of course when she has her showdown with the brothers she still has thoughts of her appearance that takes away from the flow what what's happening in the mountains Same goes for Hannah Faber who watches for fires in the tower lookouts It is described in Jace's thoughts that she is thin thin enough to assume she has an eating disorder Really How does these unnecessary descriptions add to the novel I'm not sure what Koryta was going for it was distracting off putting to see The Blackwell brothers were creepy enough to be believable to have a twinge of fear creep up your spine In some ways I think there should have been of a creepiness factor but I'm happy this element didn't overshadow the book I really enjoyed Hannah's character wish time would have been spent on her Jace's journey instead of Allison in actuality did she need to be there at all 🤔 There were some things that bothered me including a Native American tracker like that isn't a cliche the fire not giving off enough of a glow to light the path Alison going off into the mountains on horseback a day after she gets severely injured yeah right The ending was so sad thankfully it didn't wrap up with a little red ribbon but I was satisfied with the conclusion Overall an okay read; I really loved the chase Hannah Jace as characters I would have liked this if views about appearances were dropped a gripping beginning was added I almost dropped this but I'm glad I stuck through I think this would be a good choice to put on the big screen I would still pick up another novel by this author just with lower expectations