I became completely involved in Eliza's life and her problems. Adult woman tells of her kidnapping in the early 60's [s] 9 51 May 27, 2016 01: Nah ooh, hey baby, hey baby I'd go anywhere for you, anywhere you asked me to I'd do anything for you, anything you want me to Your love as far as I can see is all I'm ever gonna need There's one thing for sure I know it's true Baby, I'd go anywhere for you, anywhere you asked me to I'd do anything for you, anything you want me to Your love as far as I can see is all I'm ever gonna need There's one thing for sure I know it's true, baby, I'd go anywhere for you For you.
Jul 08, 2010 Michael rated it really liked it Shelves: As a reader, i am not sure what my role is here: I wanted to know more about those.
But this book didn't deliver on its promise. The letter is from Bowman who is now on Death Row for killing another young girl and suspected of killing more. As a reader, I would have liked to have seen her have some more unease: This book kept me interested and throughout the entire story, I really fe Elizabeth Lerner is 15 years old when she is kidnapped by Walter Bowman. She offers not only suspense and concern for her people, but grown-up consideration of grown-up issues, in this case capital punishment.Niall and Harry (Narry) - I'd Go With You Anywhere
Desperate to shelter her children from this undisclosed trauma in her past, she cautiously makes contact with Walter. The second half of the novel is what feels the most disjointed, as the author's purpose becomes lost. With the arrival of a letter from Walter, who is awaiting execution on death row, Eliza is forced to face her past and reveal secrets to her family and herself.
The story goes back and forth in time with Eliza remembering the kidnapping a This story captivated me from beginning to end.
But when she was 15 years old and went by her full name, Elizabeth, she was kidnapped, and later released. All in all a worthy read. Thoroughly enjoyed both the author and the narrator.
There were a couple of characters I really really disliked in addition to Walter! For the most part, I enjoyed this book. It is the exact opposite of "up high". Walter, her kidnapper, is on Death Row, but not long before his date, Eliza gets a letter from him… This was quite good.
Would not recommend.