The Drive

The Drive The Drive is a true page turner into the dangerous and unexpected Marvelously well written this is an astounding story with an absolutely rich and intriguing plot that doesn t disappoint Each chapter

  • Title: The Drive
  • Author: S.J. Johnson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Drive

    The Drive is a true page turner into the dangerous and unexpected Marvelously well written, this is an astounding story with an absolutely rich and intriguing plot that doesn t disappoint Each chapter will keep you pinned to your seat, then leaves you breathless with a heart wrenching surprise ending.Brian Hadley needed to reconnect with his family In hopes of salvagi The Drive is a true page turner into the dangerous and unexpected Marvelously well written, this is an astounding story with an absolutely rich and intriguing plot that doesn t disappoint Each chapter will keep you pinned to your seat, then leaves you breathless with a heart wrenching surprise ending.Brian Hadley needed to reconnect with his family In hopes of salvaging what is left of their parting relationships he designed what he thought to be the perfect family get away, a road trip to a remote mountain Lodge Along the way Brian, his wife Kathy and their three children discover much than their family bonds with each other as they struggle for survival in a foreboding, deadly and treacherous land.

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    One thought on “The Drive

    1. The TBR Pile *Book review site*

      Enter Contest Here: thetbrpile.weebly/1/post/2This started off quite stodgily. I thought I might have to give up but luckily I persevered because it opened up into the most amazing multi-layered story. The title might refer to the original drive out to the campsite or the drive to survive or even the drive to escape wherever they had found themselves with their lives. Brian's slow descent into almost madness at all that is thrown at him is tangible and my heart went out to his suffering. After t [...]

    2. Michael J. Toro

      This novel is, I think, a macabre and exciting blend of Swiss Family Robinson bordering on science fiction. A spellbinding excursion through a world (or parallel world) that may be real or imaginary, concrete or mutable, as perceived by the main protagonist. I wasn't sure what to make of The Drive, but it was certainly a thrilling and engrossing drive. At the denouement, one could ask: "Is all that we see or seem But a dream within a dream [or within a nightmare]?"

    3. Jayme

      This wasn't at all what I expected (now that I've read it, not sure what I was expecting), but I was pleasantly surprised. I thought at the beginning that this was turning into a ripoff of Stephen King's novella The Mist, but then the story started taking its own original twists and turns. I found myself having lots of questions by the end and went back to read portions of it and having one of those "ohhh" moments. Incredibly heartbreaking and suspenseful. Lots of imaginative details.

    4. S.J. Johnson

      5.0 out of 5 stars Suspense and Horror, December 6, 2011By Tiger - This review is from: The Drive (Kindle Edition @ )"This is one of the best suspense novels I've read in a long time. Each page kept me wanting to read the next one and by the end I was so engrossed with the story and so involved with the characters that I was crying by the last page. Between 'the drive' and S.J. Johnson's other book 'Pages', this author is definitely on my watch list. I can't wait to see what she comes out with n [...]

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