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Appetite for Innocence

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A serial rapist is kidnapping teenage girls. But he’s not interested in just any teenage girls - only virgins. He hunts them by following their status updates and check-ins on social media. Once he’s captured them, they’re locked away in his sound-proof basement until they’re groomed and ready. He throws them away like pieces of trash after he’s stolen their innocence. Nobody escapes alive.

Until Ella.

Ella risks it all to escape, setting herself and the other girls free. But only Sarah - the girl who's been held captive the longest - gets out with her. Both girls are hospitalized and surrounded by FBI agents who will stop at nothing to find the man responsible. Ella and Sarah are the key to their investigation, but Sarah’s hiding something, and it isn’t long before Ella discovers her nightmare is far from over.

©2017 Lucinda Berry (P)2020 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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  • Vivian Garakani
  • 25-09-20

So confused!

I hate to give a bad review that also reflects poorly on the author as well as the other narrator but the narrator for one of the protagonists is one of the worst I’ve ever attempted to get past but despite my extensive efforts, I just can’t!! It’s unfortunate because this could probably be a decent book but I honestly have no idea what’s going on because I can’t hear anything beyond her absolutely horrible robotic tone! Honestly, I think Siri could do better!!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 29-09-20

Monotone Narration

I struggled to listen to Sarah, she was too monotone and flat. I didn't enjoy the narrator for the male characters either. However, the story line, development, and action were good and believable. I will avoid this narrator in the future.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-10-20

has a twist and ending

love the way she starts her story then all twists and turns and the end always shocks me just when you think you figure out something new comes alive

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  • Cayla Cress
  • 05-10-20

Lucinda Berry is a fiction goddess!

Love, love, love this book! It is so descriptive that I honestly almost passed out in some scenes (very skittish when it comes to blood) but I consider that a good thing when it comes to a book! You really feel Ella's pain. If you are easily triggered you may want to avoid but chances are if you're looking at this section on audible you will love it. The narrator could have sounded like she was a little less uncomfortable but overall the narration was good as well. The story line was phenomenal and if you love Lucinda Berry, like myself, you won't regret this one!