The Escape (2020)

The Escape When two boys walk into the woods and one comes out covered in blood what would you believe Fletcher and Adam venture into the woods for an afternoon hike but when day turns into night and neither
  • Title: The Escape
  • Author: Hannah Jayne
  • ISBN: 9781492616542
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Paperback
  • When two boys walk into the woods, and one comes out covered in blood, what would you believe Fletcher and Adam venture into the woods for an afternoon hike, but when day turns into night and neither boy returns, their town is thrown into turmoil Avery, the detective s daughter, is the one to find Fletcher dishelved, disoriented, and covered in blood He has no memory ofWhen two boys walk into the woods, and one comes out covered in blood, what would you believe Fletcher and Adam venture into the woods for an afternoon hike, but when day turns into night and neither boy returns, their town is thrown into turmoil Avery, the detective s daughter, is the one to find Fletcher dishelved, disoriented, and covered in blood He has no memory of what happened, but Avery can t shake the feeling that something s off When Adam s body is finally found, Avery is determined to uncover the truth But if she stands by her gut, and Fletcher, is she standing by a friend, or a murderer The answer might cost her her life.
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    1. Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to SOURCEBOOKS Fire and NetGalley I m going to die The thought came to him with a sickening dread I don t want to die This was a pretty good murder mystery story, and I think the best book I have read by this author.I felt quite sorry for Fletcher in this book, he had obviously been through something really traumatic, and was lucky to be alive, and to not know what happened to him on top of all that was awful [...]

    2. After being a little disappointed in a prior book by this author, I was hesitant to try this I ended up liking this overall The premise and the atmosphere of suspense were very well done, though I thought the character development was a bit thin and the ending a little shaky.The Escape is YA psychological suspense with a solid set up two boys go for a hike in the woods, but only one comes out, badly beaten and with amnesia The police chief s daughter, Avery, goes to school with the surviving boy [...]

    3. I liked the mystery element of this one although I worked it out quite early It was a good and fast paced read, without anything madly special about it Engaging and enjoyable if you like a good murder psychological thriller that sits on the cusp of YA to Adult.

    4. See this review and on my blog, LilybloombooksSuspense thrillers have been one of many up and coming genres on my LOVE list Heart pounding action, nail biting anticipation and a mystery to unravel I love it Good young adult thrillers are few and far in between, and if here is one author that can write a good one it s Hannah Jayne.From the very first page we are thrust into action having the opening scene the two boys in the woods and the attack Hannah is an artist at creating these intense, hea [...]

    5. Review courtesy of Dark Faerie TalesQuick Dirty A psychological thriller, a little than the normal whodunit.Opening Sentence Come on, loser Adam yelled over his shoulder The Review I was grabbed and hauled along for the ride Two boys go for a hike in the woods, Adam and Fletcher In less than 24 hours they go missing and a search is organized Avery is the police chief s daughter and she is the one who stumbles onto Fletcher He s badly beaten and barely alive, but Adam is nowhere to be found A co [...]

    6. With so many positive reviews, I was eager to read The Escape Unfortunately, it didn t live up to expectations for me.While Avery has a lot of potential as a budding detective, the writing doesn t do her justice The book gets repetitive and drags through the middle, rehashing again and again the problem with Fletcher s memory The ending is rushed, devoting only a page for the wrap up, which explains that Fletcher s mother was involved in trying to cover up her son s involvement covertly accusing [...]

    7. A whodunit with a bad ass female investigatorAvery lived through a traumatic experience when she lost her mom to a drunk driver Being the chief of police s daughter, also taught her that many of these crimes go unsolved But when she finds Fletcher, a classmate, covered in blood and his buddy dead, Avery wants to find the killer no matter what Even if this means becoming a target Jayne lead the reader on a wild goose chase by planting several possible suspects Fletcher s blank memory after the at [...]

    8. Avery was a good character in a good mystery However, it was a little predictable and felt rushed at the end I hate stupid protagonists who don t listen to authority figures Avery did some things smart by talking to her dad, but in the end she succumbed to jumping off a cliff without a parachute.

    9. Thank you Netgalley for providing me a free review copy in exchange for an honest reviewAs much as I love psychological thrillers, I ll be the first to admit that out of any other genre, psychological thrillers are one of the most predictable Ironic, since the whole point of these books is to keep the reader guessing But, there are so many ageing pill popping alcoholic detectives with emotional baggage and twist endings one person can read before they start blending together.In YA, psychological [...]

    10. This is the book after TWISTED and since it was the one chosen for our March BOTM in our psychological thriller group and I really enjoyed reading it I thought I would go ahead and read this one as wellAnd boy am I glad I did because it was the ESCAPE I was looking forI was surprised at how things went in this one but I m sure that once you start reading you won t want to ESCAPE or will you.Happy Reading

    11. I was looking forward to an awesome psychological mystery thriller, but ended up with what can nicely be described as a fail.Firstly, our MC is the daughter of a police chief, but somehow thinks she can do a better job than him of solving a crime That s right Our 16 year old is much equipped to figure out the culprit in a gruesome assault and murder than an actual trained police officer with years of experience And pretty much says this to his face Of course This trope needs to die already You [...]

    12. The cover for author Hannah Jayne s The Escape grabbed my attention but the novel s premise hooked my intrigue While it did sound like your basic amnesia murder mystery story, I soon learned that The Escape by author Hannah Jayne was incredibly unique The Escape was unlike most murder mysteries that I ve had the opportunity to read It was exciting and exhilarating and a total ride from start to finish.In The Escape, Adam and Fletcher go into woods for a hike when they are both attacked Uncertain [...]

    13. I received a Digital ARC of this book from Sourcebooks Fire in exchange for an honest review By no means have my review been affected and or influenced I can t say that I ve read enough Mystery Thriller books but the premise of these stories are starting to get very common.The Escape is set in small town where nothing bad ever happens but suddenly disturbed by a mysterious crime And there is one witness survivor that suffers from a traumatic amnesia which makes his memory the key to the mystery [...]

    14. The Escape is a book about two boys who venture into the woods for a hike After they have been missing for a while, some of the community forms a search and rescue team The detective s daughter, Avery happens to find a distressed and wounded Fletcher, one of the boys who went on the hike Avery is determined to find out what happened to the boys in the woods I recommend this book is you like a good mystery Although it wasn t my favorite book it still kept me reading There are parts in the book we [...]

    15. Thanks to the publisher and Net Galley for providing me with this free e galley in exchange for an honest review.I really liked this book a lot I suspected so many people I just knew it was Det Blount who did it Seemed strange he just showed up at the hospital when he wasn t on duty and acted weird when Avery saw him But, I was wrong Believe me, that s not a spoiler, there are so many suspects in this book, you don t know who in the heck it could be I think the author did a great job and certain [...]

    16. I ve not read anything by this author before I really liked this story Two boys Adam and Fletcher go hiking in the woods When they don t come home a search is started to look for them Avery the detectives daughter finds Fletcher who is badly injured and traumatised Unfortunately he can t remember what happened When Adam is found dead Avery wants to find out who did it This was a really great YA psychological mystery I didn t guess who did it so that s an added bonus for me I read this pretty qui [...]

    17. Well, this book is about 2 boys who go into the woods, and 1 comes back alive So as the other one who didn t, his body is found, and the one who was alive went thru a few problems The boys best friend happens to be Avery, who is the daughter of the Chief of Police, and of course Avery is trying to be another Nancy Drew This is a young book for ages 13 17Not for the older folks, but it sure was a good read, and a different twist at the end.

    18. This is a fast, suspenseful read, but in the end I was a bit disappointed by this book The ending is super rushed There are several threads introduced that beg to be followed up on, but they re just left hanging I wish the book was just a bit longer so that Jayne could wrap up those threads It would have made the book satisfying Most of all, though, I m troubled by the author s treatment of schizophrenia To introduce that at the end but not to fully deal with it is irresponsible.

    19. 3.5 starsHigh school can be a struggle under the most fortuitous of circumstances For Avery, the struggle is even intense Her mother died in a car accident, her father is the Chief of Police, and neither friendships nor social interaction come easily for her.Avery s awkwardness is ameliorated somewhat by Adam, the gorgeous, popular athlete and star of the school The two spend a few hours in the library when Avery tutors him, and she feels a true connection with someone She also feels, for the f [...]

    20. Well, obviously, this author likes to write about things the MC can t remember and then they do I thought The Escape was going to be different but it is as lame as The Dare I m going to have to remember the author s name so I don t pick another book by her.So Fletcher and Adam go into the woods as it seems to be woods in every YA town setting and only one comes back alive Fletcher is badly hurt and can t remember anything.The entire book is about Fletcher having glimpses of what happened that ni [...]

    21. When Adam Marshall and Fletcher Carroll never return from their afternoon hike in the woods, the town of Dan River Falls immediately sends out teams of volunteers to search through the forest for the missing teen boys Only Fletcher is found alive, severely beaten, disorientated, and traumatized, unable to recall what happened to himself and Adam, no matter how hard he tries to remember Their small town has never faced such a terrible tragedy As the police hunt for a dangerous murderer, the progr [...]

    22. I officially think I need to step away from thrillers mysteries for a while, because I think I m at the point where I ve read so many they all seem to be running on the same formula That s not to say The Escape wasn t good because it is but makes it predictable, which it was, but I ll go into that in a minute The Escape is written in third person and alternates between Avery and Fletcher I liked Avery, she seems like a realistic teen, she has insecurities, she s a little shy, she doesn t reall [...]

    23. What evil lies in wait for anyone daring to go into the woods What started as a hike in the woods becomes a horrendous bloodbath of death and terror as this psychological thriller strums on every fiber of your senses The Escape by Hannah Jayne follows the brutal attack of two best friends as a small town detective s daughter becomes determined to find the answers everyone has been missing Avery has always followed her father s rules, but the victims were her friends and something is not adding u [...]

    24. I enjoyed The Escape by Hannah Jayne It was very suspenseful and I loved it The only thing I do not like in any book including this one is when it isn t in the character s point of view I feel like you get to really connect with the book when it is in the character s point of view Without me giving any spoilers this book is about 2 boys that get attacked in the woods, but one of the boys is still missing Avery is the police chief s daughter and is trying to figure out what happened to the two b [...]

    25. THE ESCAPE standalone Written by Hannah Jayne2015, 256 PagesGenre young adult, suspense, mystery I received an ARC from the NETGALLEY in exchange for an honest review When I first got my eReader Kobo Touch I was crazy with the.99 deals on book sites, and the first book from Hannah Jayne s paranormal urban fantasy was one I bought but have yet to read I am trying to start too many series without finishing a few first When I saw Jayne s name on the cover of a book on NetGalley I had to read the sy [...]

    26. This is the first book I have read by Hannah Jayne and I was fairly impressed I read a lot of mystery novels and I think I am at the point where I need to stop reading them for a while The storylines are all starting to sound very similar and robotic.This book is written in third person and has alternating points of view from Aver and Fletcher In my opinion, Avery seemed very realistic She appeared to by a typical teenager with insecurities and problems Although, she wasn t that close with Fletc [...]

    27. Thank you NetGalley for providing me with a digital copy of this book in exchange for an honest review I love physiological thrillers, and The Escape is just that, but this one wasn t for me I knew by the 15% mark who had killed Adam and why I continued reading with anticipation thinking maybe that I was wrong, I wasn t but that s okay The reason why I didn t enjoy this book that much wasn t because I solved the case before it really started, it was because the narration had no flow The back and [...]

    28. This was a nice psychological thriller that I read in about two sittings Fletcher is the weird kid in school that most people just ignore, Adam is the jock that every adores, and Avery is the smart girl that people just label as the police chief s daughter Adam is one of Fletcher s only friends and they go on a hike that ends up in tragedy The day after the hike, Fletcher is found close to death by Avery, while Adam was still missing.Fletcher tries so hard to remember what exactly happened to hi [...]

    29. Ok because I literally read this book in less than twenty four hours which was totally not planned mind you I never got a chance to mark The Escape as Currently Reading or post any updates about it

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