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CHEVY STEVENS lives on the Vancouver Island with her husband and daughter. When she’s not working on her next book, she hikes her favorite mountain trails with her two dogs and spends time with her family. Chevy’s current obsessions are classic Airstreams, Hollywood memorabilia, anything mid-century modern, and comedians, not necessarily in that order.
Her debut novel STILL MISSING was a New York Times bestseller and won the International Thriller Writers Award for Best First Novel. Her books, including THOSE GIRLS, which Stephen King described as “incredibly terrifying,” have been published in more than thirty countries.
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On the day of her abduction, Annie O’Sullivan, a thirty-two-year-old real estate agent, had three goals: sell a house, forget a recent argument with her mother, and be on time for dinner with her ever…patient. wife and her boyfriend. Open house is slow, but when her latest visitor pulls up in a van just before leaving, Ella Annie thinks it might be her lucky day after all.
Intertwined with the story of the year Annie spent trapped in a remote mountain cabin – unfolding in sessions with her psychiatrist – is the second narrative, which recounts the nightmare after her escape: her struggle to rebuild her shattered life, the investigations ongoing police investigations into the identity of her kidnapper and the unsettling feeling that things are far from over.
Still Missing by Chevy Stevens is a powerful, visceral, brutal and beautifully crafted novel about surviving the insurmountable and living to bear witness.
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I’ve been waiting months for Still Missing to come out. With all the pre-printing and hype it generated, people wrote tons of reviews that included intimate details of the story that they didn’t want to hear before reading the book and I had a really hard time forcing them not to read. That’s why I won’t do that to you in this review.
What everyone knows about “Still Missing” is that it is about Annie, a real estate agent, who is kidnapped while she is hosting an open house. When I started the book, I expected the entire story to be about the kidnapping, her survival, and eventual escape from her. I was wrong. Her abduction and survival (and since the book is written in the first person as Annie talks to her therapist, the fact that she survives is no secret) is only half of the book. It’s the vivid, insightful look at what happens to Annie AFTER the kidnapping, including some unexpected plot twists, where the story gets interesting.
Annie is a raw person. The author has spent a lot of time developing Annie’s psychology and inner thought processes and this is shared with the reader, making Annie a three-dimensional person with real feelings and a real life. She says what’s on her mind and doesn’t hold back. She has the ability to use language that she would expect a trucker to use and she uses it however she sees fit.
But she’s not rude: she’s a cunning, clever, smart-mouthed survivor whose brilliant responses often make me laugh out loud. I fell in love with Annie, despite her damaged psyche. Still Missing is told in the first person and the reader really gets a sense of being a part of Annie’s thoughts. By the end of the book I felt like I knew her as a real person. It was almost unbearable that these horrible things were happening to someone he thought he knew.
And that’s the beauty of Still Missing. Yes, there are some creepy details – they have to be there for the reader to understand Annie’s justifications and see the true horror of the situation. However, these are masterfully interspersed with other, more reasonable events within the story’s timeline, complementing the backstory and characters involved. This gives the reader a break from the horror, but that doesn’t mean he won’t go blind around the next corner!
Eventually, the timeline from the flashback merges into today’s timeline, and just when you think you have the story figured out and are waiting for things to unfold, you are met with some totally unexpected plot twists. Annie’s adaptation to these plot twists is my favorite part of the story – they really show what she’s made of.
It has yet to be advertised as a “must have” and this statement is the truth in advertising. I couldn’t put this book down, I needed to know what was going to happen next. Almost everywhere, popular summer reading lists have proclaimed Still Missing the “Book of the Summer,” and with good reason.
When I read articles on the Internet about “Still Missing,” I saw that this was Chevy Stevens’ first novel, and as a result, he signed three books—a virtually unprecedented feat. The publisher launched a massive campaign behind it and the rights to the book have been sold all over the world. There is a very good reason for all this: there is still one BIG BOOK to go!
Will it still be missing for you? I am a middle-aged family man. I loved the book. My wife loved the book. In fact, I haven’t met anyone who hasn’t loved this book. She made me think about it for days afterward, and to me, that’s an indication that I just read something great. I would recommend it to everyone.
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