Two Nights

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Author: Kathy Reichs
Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780345544087
Category: Fiction

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • A standalone thriller featuring a “tough-talking, scarred heroine”* from the author of the Temperance Brennan series, the basis for the hit TV show Bones. Meet Sunday Night, a woman with physical and psychological scars, and a killer instinct. . . .Sunnie has spent years running from her past, burying secrets and building a life in which she needs no one and feels nothing. But a girl has gone missing, lost in the chaos of a bomb explosion, and the family needs Sunnie’s help. Is the girl dead  Did someone take her  If she is out there, why doesn’t she want to be found It’s time for Sunnie to face her own demons because they just might lead her to the truth about what really happened all those years ago.*Publishers WeeklyPraise for Two Nights“Reichs’ newest heroine, the polar opposite of cerebral Temperance Brennan, is fueled by a well-nigh uncontrollable rage in her thrilling, violent search for a missing girl so much like herself.” Kirkus Reviews“Brennan fans should appreciate Sunday [Night] . . . the star of this fast-paced series launch from bestseller Reichs. [The finale] seems designed for the big screen.” Publishers Weekly“The writing is crisp and vivid. . . . The story is cleverly plotted. . . . Reichs’ legion of fans should be encouraged to check out this one.” Booklist Praise for Kathy Reichs “I love Kathy Reichs always scary, always suspenseful, and I always learn something.” Lee Child “Kathy Reichs continues to be one of the most distinctive and talented writers in the genre. Her legion of readers worldwide will agree with me when I declare that the more books she writes, the more enthusiastic fans she’ll garner.” Sandra Brown “Nobody does forensics thrillers like Kathy Reichs. She’s the real deal.” David Baldacci “Kathy Reichs writes smart no, make that brilliant mysteries.” James Patterson “Reichs, a forensic anthropologist, makes her crime novels intriguingly realistic.” Entertainment Weekly

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  • Kristina Anderson
    Two Nights is the newest novel by author Kathy Reichs. For the past six years, Sunday “Sunnie” Night has been living on remote Goat’s Island (off Charleston, South Carolina). Sunday receives an unexpected visit from her former foster father, Beau Beaumonde. Beau has a case that needs someone with Sunday’s skill set. One year and a week ago, Opaline Drucker lost her daughter and grandson to a bombing at a Hebrew girls’ school in Chicago. Her granddaughter, Stella was not found. Opaline wants Sunday to get answers and she is willing to pay handsomely for Sunday’s services. It will be a challenging task and it brings long buried memories to the surface. What happened to Stella? Can Sunday get answers for Opaline? What will happen to Sunday along the way? Two Nights was a hard book for me to read. I was hoping for a fast-paced suspense novel. Two Nights is a slow starter. I was never able to get into the story. I ended up skimming through some of it (i.e. speed reading). I was not a fan of Sunday Night. She is intelligent, tough, stubborn, inventive, sarcastic, distant, does not trust easily, and does not let people get close to her. I think it was hard to connect with Sunday because readers are given few details on her past. We get little bits during the story with the main details revealed at the end of the book (too late). The one thing I liked about Sunday was her pet squirrel, Bob. My rating for Two Nights is 3 out of 5 stars. Two Nights is supposed to be a suspense novel, but I did not feel it. I particularly disliked the alternating chapters (which do not make sense until the end). Add to that every single detail of Sunday’s day (what she did, where she went, what she ate, flopping on the bed, etc.). The story needed something more. I think it would have helped if the book had been written in the third person (instead of first person). The mystery seemed complicated, but I accurately guessed the outcome early in the story. There are some parts that are a little implausible. The case has gone cold (despite the Chicago PD’s best efforts), but Sunday can get a lead right away and solve it within a short period of time. Two Nights does not have the same appeal as Ms. Reichs other creations. Two Nights does contain violence (quite a bit) and foul language.
  • Jackie Yanish
    I have a big collection of all of her books,now I can’t wait for this one She’s the Best Author 👍
  • iadam
    LibraryThing Review I received a free advance e-copy of this book and have chosen to write an honest and unbiased review. I have no personal affiliation with the author. Wow! Kathy Reichs introduces a new character
  • aztwinmom
    LibraryThing Review Sunday (Sunnie) Night is a badly damaged young woman. Raised and abused in a cult where she barely escaped a mass suicide, Sunnie has been booted from the Army, badly injured as a cop, and now lives
  • ElizaJane
    LibraryThing Review Kathy Reichs’ first adult stand-alone which isn’t part of the Temperance Brennan series. It was very good. Not a page-turner, but still a book I kept returning to. There are plenty of themes to
  • acanuckreader
    LibraryThing Review Received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review This is actually the first book by Kathy Reichs that I’ve ever read, and I found it to be an enjoyable read, though one that made my
  • grumpydan
    LibraryThing Review Sunday Night is a tough and damaged woman. Once a police officer, she now lives as a recluse on an island. A friend asks her to take on a case of a missing girl whose family was killed in a bomb
  • Carolibrarian
    LibraryThing Review First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Kathy Reichs, and Simon & Schuster Canada for providing me with a copy of this publication, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review
  • dianaleez
    LibraryThing Review Kathy Reichs’ introduces a new heroine in “Two Nights,” what I hope is a new stand-alone novel. Sunday Night and her brother Gus are the ‘two nights’ and the book is about as clever as the title

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