Run Away by Harlan Coben

Harlan Coben’s books can best be described as literary whiplash.

Run Away starts with Simon, a desperate father, searching for his estranged daughter who has been seen performing for change in Central Park. What starts as a father, trying to help his daughter turns into a spiraling dark path down a road most people couldn’t fathom.

The thing I appreciate most about Coben’s writing is his pacing. Not only does Run Away twist and turn, but moves at a breathless pace. There is no time to regain your footing before you’re pulled into another direction - trapezing the reader on a chase for answers right alongside the characters.

I’ve been a fan of Harlan Coben for many years, and his novels never cease to amaze me. Run Away is no exception. Fast paced and full of twists, Coben is a master of drama and thrill.

If you’ve never experienced Harlan Coben, now is time to hop on the train! Hold Tight!

Thank you to @Netgalley, @GrandCentralPub, and @HarlanCoben for providing me an advanced copy in exchange for my honest review.