The city of Gothic is a magnet for lost souls. It is remote, the perfect place to land if you are trying to leave something behind. Everyone seems to have a dark secret, or a past they wish to forget. When Adam finds Elle’s body washed up on the shore, frozen and by all appearance’s dead, with no memory of who she is, but a vivid memory of being beaten and strangled, he offers her refuge so that she can recover and unravel the mystery of who she is and why someone tried to kill her.
As Elle struggles to regain her memory, a shooter appears on the scene, and things heat up. No one can be sure who the target really was. Everyone has a secret. As the tension in the town builds, an annual festival complicates matters, making it even more difficult to know who can be trusted.
The beauty of Point Last Seen, is in the plot. It is driven by multiple twists and turns that make the book difficult to put down. Just as the reader becomes complacent and sure they know what will come next, Christina Dodd adds another layer of intrigue, making the reader say, “wait, what?”
As the characters learn about themselves and each other, revealing their hidden stories, relationships are deepened, bonds are formed, and the reader gets to watch as, the story barrels to its conclusion.
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