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But, either way- Karin Slaughter is an amazing writer and we can only hope that she keeps on doing what she does best and then we can enjoy the ride!!

View all 10 comments. Another really good book by Karin Slaughter. This one is in the Grant County series and ends with the death of one of the major characters.

A lot of twists and turns in this book and a lot of going back and forth in time but you are able to figure it out. One of my favorite authors.

Look forward to reading another of her books soon. This is the 6th and final book in the Grant County series.

Although it reads like it could have another to the series and somehow I wished that there was another. I tired to prepare myself for this one since I was spoiled by reading the Will Trent series first, but I never quite got prepared enough.

So when he This is the 6th and final book in the Grant County series. Wow this was a great ending to this series, although I felt like, after finishing, that something was missing, oh yes that would be my heart once it was wrenched from my body.

This could actually be because I can't seem to get enough of Karin Slaughter's writing. This is the favorite of the series for me, there is so much action and excitement that it kept me on the edge of my seat, turning page after page till well past my bedtime.

It was just so engaging, there is so much mystery to solve in this one. However I did figure out one of the bad guys. There are some really good twists in this one that I did not expect at all.

The characters, again, are amazing. They continue to grow right into the Will Trent series. They are flawed and gritty, which makes them very realistic and believable and they are probably the biggest reason why I love the series so much.

In my opinion, Jeffrey has to grow on the reader. When you learn who is he then he is more likable. Lena, even through all of her mistakes, is one of my favorite characters, she is very strong presence in this series and also very relatable for me.

Sara is another favorite for me, she is a strong female protagonist who has a big heart, but don't let her fool you. This is one of my top rated series.

It is so worth the read. Karin Slaughter is very gifted and one of the things I like the most about her, is her growth as a writer, it is so obvious.

I will read everything she writes now and in the future. Story was kind of average. But the terrible ending brought this to 1 star.

I want closure and questions answered. In this book questions were not answered. Things were not resolved. Future threats still exist.

And worst of all something horrible happens to a main character. During the book, I was curious about what was going on and what would happen. On hindsight, I regret reading this.

One chapter was current day Jeffrey and Sara. The next chapter was titled Lena but did not say when that was. I was confused until I figured out that the Lena chapters were back in time a week or so.

Chapters alternated this way through most of the book. For example, a meth addict gets meth from a dealer.

The addict knows about the dealer and bad guys. So after a while the bad guy says this addict knows too much, lets kill him. The addict had not talked to an authority or given evidence.

DATA: Narrative mode: 3rd person. Story length: pages. Swearing language: strong including religious swear words. Sexual language: mild. Number of sex scenes: one.

Setting: current day mostly Georgia. Copyright: Genre: suspense, crime fiction. Nov 02, Stacey rated it it was amazing.

I knew what was coming and yet the punch in the face hurt just as much. I was down to the final four pages, just bracing myself.

As soon as Jeff headed to the mailbox I remembered what that vicious prick, Ethan, said and I knew. The Grant County series dovetails into the Will Trent series, if you don't know.

Had I understood that and read the books from both series' in published order, the entire tale wouId have flowed so much better.

If I'd read the two series' in order I'd have known the whole story and been able to put all those emotions in the proper perspective.

So, don't mess up like me. Read them in order. Feb 14, Kate rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. Karin Slaughter absolutely kills the game with her Grant County series.

This series has captured my heart and without giving any spoilers, I will say that the last few pages of this brought me to tears.

I feel like these characters are so real and like I have connected with them so much throughout this series.

One of the reasons I loved this particular book in the series so much is because I feel like Jeffrey and Sara were together, as one unit, and so in love I could hardly take it.

To see them so in love is what I have been waiting for throughout the entire series and I feel like it finally happened! I felt like the entire series thus far has had them building up to where they were in this novel and to see them so in love and working together just was perfect.

Another thing I loved about this were the twists and turns. I literally could not figure this book out until the very end. I was thrown off by not hearing about Ethan originally at the beginning and then once he worked his way in my assumptions were all over the place.

I have a very hard time putting down a Grant County Novel and love the cliff hangers that Slaughter leaves at the ends.

I cannot wait to read book 7 and start transitioning into the Will Trent series which is where I originally stumbled upon this amazing author.

There's no way to discuss this book without spoilers. Slaughter doesn't sugarcoat this world and as she so aptly shows us, life doesn't always lead to sweet HEA's.

I'm still not sure what I just read. I'm so mixed in my feelings about this book right now. Most of this book was a five star book, but in the end I have to give it three stars.

Unlike most of the people who have written reviews, I am different in at least two significant ways. First, I am reading and reviewing this novel in , twelve years after it was published.

Secondly, I was privy to the end of the book before I bought and read it. I have been a loyal fan of Karin Slaughter's novels for over a decade but became reacquainted with her works in in a somewhat unusual fashion.

Sara Linton and the small town setting of Grant County, Georgia. It was the books in this earlier series that were the building blocks that constructed a sound foundation for Slaughter's name and was the catalyst for her popularity to grow and flourish.

I would advise anyone to begin at the beginning, which is the only way to truly comprehend and savor the different character arcs and how their destinies later intertwine, their individual futures play out.

For instance, It is fascinating to read how the first seeds were sown that grew the hatred between Sara and Lena among other things. It finally occurred to me what a disservice I had really done to myself by binge-reading the Will Trent books.

Thus in I read all of the Grant County Books in their order of publication, save one. I have spent some time prefacing this review, but not without a genuine reason.

It will be up to anyone who chooses to read this review to make up his or her own mind. The brief description of the horror that unfolds is narrated by an unidentified female passenger in the backseat of a vehicle driven by Lena Adams.

The woman has been drugged but exhibits vague yet meaningful glimpses of her surroundings. More significantly she maintains an awareness of her situation, its seriousness, and the fear and terror that is emanating from Lena in waves.

An assassin is sitting next to the doomed narrator as he casually holds her at gunpoint and talks with Lena. Lena pleads with the executioner, but to no avail, as she watches in horror as the woman's body is doused in lighter fluid and set ablaze.

The woman hears a horrible keening, and realizes that "— it was coming from her own throat as she sat helplessly watching the flames lick up her body".

From this point forward, the story is related to the reader from the perspective of two different timelines.

Lena is the focal point of this book and the author finally fleshes out the back story of this polarizing figure from the prior five novels in the series.

The jumping back and forth between time lines is initially tedious but rather quickly serves to ratchet up tension and apprehension, even as revelations are revealed to long-time readers that are totally shocking but also illuminating with respect to the character of Lena Adams.

It is against this painful backdrop that Jeffrey's cell phone starts ringing, and Sara, knowing the drill, just relents "Go ahead" More accurately " Jeffrey learns very little, only that there was an "explosion", Lena was hospitalized, and that "She's been arrested".

He informs the town of Reese that he can be there in three hours, and he sets out to make the trip, Sara in tow. Lena had made the trip to Reese on her vacation to check on the health and well being of her Uncle Hank, former drug addict, and generally "pushed away" at almost every turn.

She finds Hank in a drug-induced stupor, emaciated, and in what could only be described as deplorable conditions. She encounters an obvious skinhead with a red swastika, and in what might be called a lucid moment Hank tells Lena that he had killed her mother.

This declaration sets Lena on an ill-fated hunt for the truth behind what she now realized may have been nothing but fairy tales told to her and Sibyl when they were children.

In Lena's investigation for the truth about her mother she comes up against insurmountable odds. The book tackles very dark truths about our society, including the radical white supremacists that populate our cities and our prisons.

It is not my intent to provide a synopsis of this novel. It was written over a decade ago as the author's swan song for her popular and well-loved Grant County Books.

In it, we say good-bye to Chief Jeffrey Tolliver. I knew that this was coming from the moment I read the first sentence of the novel.

However, I must admit that the build-up to the climactic moment, particularly Sara's conversation with her mother about the news that she and Jeffrey had been approved to adopt a child, the scene with Jeffrey arriving home from the prison and embracing Sara with tears of happiness on his face and words of love on his lips made me tear up.

It was with tears in my eyes that he walked to the mailbox. In addition, the end could not possibly have been more horrific, graphic, or gut-wrenching.

I had tears in my eyes and on my cheeks when I closed the book. This is a testimonial to the sheer power that Slaughter wields as an author.

I have always enjoyed Slaughter's titles, and I have to indulge myself a little here. Sara makes this evident in her reflections CH.

She was thinking about Lena and how impossible the young woman was to reach and to help paraphrased. Because he refused to give up on people , no matter how beyond reach they seemed?

He is imprisoned and yet his influence reaches out beyond his physical surroundings. His influence is such that with a word he can order an execution.

It is in this novel that he orchestrates the murder of the villain Fred who attempts to murder Lena and Sara and also the death of Police Chief Jeffrey Tolliver.

We learn that the Sheriff of the town is in fact a general in the "Brotherhood This novel was the emotional tour de force that Slaughter intended it to be, a true "punch to the gut".

It possessed that indisputable "unputdownable" factor for me. It was profound, interesting, and educational. Slaughter always delivers the goods.

This novel accomplished an outstanding job in fleshing out the character of Lena Adams. I am well aware that she is a polarizing figure, pretty much an anti-hero much of the time.

But personally I found myself more drawn to her than to any other fictional character in the Grant County Books. I did not hesitate to rate this book a solid five stars.

It is tightly plotted, emotionally charged, and I found myself immersed in the very fabric of the narrative. Ordinarily I do not look at how other readers have rated a novel or read any Customer Reviews until after I have read the book.

I like to decide independently what I believe that the novel warrants relative to stars and accolades versus criticism and negative feedback.

I made an exception in this case because I knew how the book ended. I spent some time reading several of these 1-STAR REVIEWS and I was surprised by the vitriol, the expressions of betrayal, the statements of emotional distress, the attacks on the author's writing ability, and the complete "about-face" of so many readers who had loved every word that Slaughter had ever written but were now turning their backs on her forever.

These people were disgusted they couldn't get refunds after purchasing the book, were taking Slaughter novels back to the store unread, and so on.

Those folks never stopped to ponder WHY that after reading the ending they felt emotionally devastated. Many immediately converted their hurt and pain into anger and retaliation toward the writer, which is but a coping mechanism.

My partner is a master at this, she doesn't cry, she throws things! In any case, I may have felt differently had I not already knew the path ahead was worth saying goodbye to Jeffrey.

I like to believe that I would have trusted this wonderful author, and stayed the course. Karin Slaughter is truly one of the best crime novelists in the country, and in my opinion she is the top female psychological suspense novelist writing today.

I am hooked on her writing, and absolutely addicted to her novels. Many authors seem to lose that creative "spark" that makes them shine brighter than the sun, and I will not name those authors over the years who I have reluctantly abandoned for that reason.

In Slaughter's case her abilities have not waned but rather have only sharpened over the 12 years I have been a fan.

The sheriff solicits the young but experienced tracker Ben to guide Madec an hour outside of town into the canyon country of Shiprock.

Madec taunts Ben over his girlfriend, who has gone away to Colorado on a college swimming scholarship after being gifted a gun that Ben taught her to shoot.

When Ben asks to see the permit to hunt the endangered bighorn, Madec offers a wad of cash, which the stunned Ben begrudgingly accepts.

When Madec—with a shoot-first-and-ask-questions-later philosophy—accidentally shoots an old prospector, Ben insists that they must report it as an accident.

When Ben picks up his emergency transponder, Madec destroys it and berates Ben for breaking the deal. Madec then threatens Ben with his high-powered rifle and orders him to strip off his clothes and shoes, forcing him to wander out in the desert, 45 miles from the nearest town, to die of dehydration and exposure.

Madec plans to report that Ben went mad, shot the prospector, and wandered off into the barren horizon alone. To ensure his story is not contradicted, Madec watches Ben from a distance, using the scope from his rifle.

Ben finds enough water inside of a barrel to survive. Madec shoots the barrel. Ben hides in the dead prospector's subterranean lair, but Madec blows it up with the prospector's dynamite stash.

Before it explodes, Ben escapes with a 'treasure map' belonging to Charlie, whom Ben vows will not die without justice.

By sunset, Ben uses the map to find a wrist-brace slingshot and some marbles amongst a buried box of Charlie's personal effects. Ben heads for a hidden grotto of water that he and his girlfriend had swum in, only to find it dried up as his sun-burnt body now freezes in the desert night.

Madec keeps watch with his vehicle's high-powered floodlights. Ben eventually outsmarts Madec to overcome him with the slingshot.

Back in town, Madec escapes from police custody during a bathroom break to board a helicopter that he solicited using his one phone call. Ben goes to his girlfriend and promises not to leave her side again.

An armed Madec sneaks into their house as Ben and his girlfriend sleep and confronts them, but Ben's girlfriend shoots Madec using the same gun Ben gave to her.

Madec is then killed by Ben. The film received mixed to negative reviews from critics. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly.

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And even knowing what was coming, that ending totally blew my mind because while I knew what was coming, I'd forgotten the HOW and y.

I'm looking forward to getting stuck into rereading the Will Trent books now! Somehow when I devoured the Grant County books a couple of years ago, I missed out on this one.

I'm still not sure HOW I did that, considering this one ends with a super major massive plot point that has massive ramifications for the subsequent books.

So I knew about the super major massive plot point? But I'd never actually read about it happening. Ultimately, this one was a bit of a let down for me.

It's so ridiculously Lena-focused, and she drives me nuts. And because I knew from the get go what was going to happen, I was basically disappointed when it kept NOT happening because I was constantly anticipating it.

On the whole, I enjoy this slightly disturbing series. But this one seemed pretty disjointed, and the story never really flowed for me.

But I just I mean, it was good. But it wasn't what I was anticipating, knowing what the super major massive plot point was. Jun 18, Brenda rated it it was amazing Shelves: library-book.

Darn you Karin Slaughter!! Now the series is done and I'm left with a binge-worthy series hangover. I enjoyed this series very much. Thankfully, I have 'Will Trent' to look forward to.

Nov 09, Wysterria rated it it was amazing. View 1 comment. Oct 12, Maureen DeLuca rated it liked it.

What can you say about Karin Slaughter- If you like the thriller, slasher, kill em, slice them up , dice them up and all that other good stuff- this lady can pretty much do it all.

Having said that - as far as this series is concerned "Grant County" it just didn't do it for me like so many of the goodreads people.

First you have Lena- I know so many really hate her. I don't 'hate' her at all. I pity her more than anything. Having the childhood she had , and my goodness let us not forget what she What can you say about Karin Slaughter- If you like the thriller, slasher, kill em, slice them up , dice them up and all that other good stuff- this lady can pretty much do it all.

Having the childhood she had , and my goodness let us not forget what she went thru in the very fist book in this series- hate, for me is too strong of a word.

Who knows "pity" may not be the correct word either. I think Ms. Yes, this is a book- I get it. Jeffrey and Sarah- A part , I love both of their characters- together , I didn't.

First they get married, then they divorce because of his cheating. Then you have all the garbage in between. I want a really good story with some romance thrown in , I don't want a soap opera type story.

In this series- this is what you have I first read book number 1 in this series, and left it to go to the Will Trent series- after reading two of those books- I learned that one or some of the Grant County characters are in the Will Trent series- so I went back to the Grant County series to get the full story of what happens.

Time is going to tell if it was worth my time going back or not. Some of the reviews on this last book , people were very angry on how it ended.

I saw one person say "I'll never read another Karin Slaughter book again! The way this book ended or the way the whole Grant County series was, would never stop me from reading a Karin Slaughter book- and certainly just because I wasn't crazy about this series, that is not going to keep me from a terrific author!

For Grant County series based on 5 stars- I give it between a 2 and 3. Based on my personal taste in Thriller books. As far as Ms. Slaughter being as a writer, nothing but a 5.

You can really like an author and not like one of her series at the same time. What I can say is, if this kind of series is for you - read it from book 1 and enjoy!!

Hey, who knows, there may be some of you out there- that will give this series a 5 and not like Will Trent as much as this.

But, either way- Karin Slaughter is an amazing writer and we can only hope that she keeps on doing what she does best and then we can enjoy the ride!!

View all 10 comments. Another really good book by Karin Slaughter. This one is in the Grant County series and ends with the death of one of the major characters.

A lot of twists and turns in this book and a lot of going back and forth in time but you are able to figure it out. One of my favorite authors.

Look forward to reading another of her books soon. This is the 6th and final book in the Grant County series. Although it reads like it could have another to the series and somehow I wished that there was another.

I tired to prepare myself for this one since I was spoiled by reading the Will Trent series first, but I never quite got prepared enough. So when he This is the 6th and final book in the Grant County series.

Wow this was a great ending to this series, although I felt like, after finishing, that something was missing, oh yes that would be my heart once it was wrenched from my body.

This could actually be because I can't seem to get enough of Karin Slaughter's writing. This is the favorite of the series for me, there is so much action and excitement that it kept me on the edge of my seat, turning page after page till well past my bedtime.

It was just so engaging, there is so much mystery to solve in this one. However I did figure out one of the bad guys. There are some really good twists in this one that I did not expect at all.

The characters, again, are amazing. They continue to grow right into the Will Trent series. They are flawed and gritty, which makes them very realistic and believable and they are probably the biggest reason why I love the series so much.

In my opinion, Jeffrey has to grow on the reader. When you learn who is he then he is more likable. Lena, even through all of her mistakes, is one of my favorite characters, she is very strong presence in this series and also very relatable for me.

Sara is another favorite for me, she is a strong female protagonist who has a big heart, but don't let her fool you.

This is one of my top rated series. It is so worth the read. Karin Slaughter is very gifted and one of the things I like the most about her, is her growth as a writer, it is so obvious.

I will read everything she writes now and in the future. Story was kind of average. But the terrible ending brought this to 1 star.

I want closure and questions answered. In this book questions were not answered. Things were not resolved. Future threats still exist. And worst of all something horrible happens to a main character.

During the book, I was curious about what was going on and what would happen. On hindsight, I regret reading this.

One chapter was current day Jeffrey and Sara. The next chapter was titled Lena but did not say when that was. I was confused until I figured out that the Lena chapters were back in time a week or so.

Chapters alternated this way through most of the book. For example, a meth addict gets meth from a dealer. The addict knows about the dealer and bad guys.

So after a while the bad guy says this addict knows too much, lets kill him. The addict had not talked to an authority or given evidence.

DATA: Narrative mode: 3rd person. Story length: pages. Swearing language: strong including religious swear words.

Sexual language: mild. Number of sex scenes: one. Setting: current day mostly Georgia. Copyright: Genre: suspense, crime fiction.

Nov 02, Stacey rated it it was amazing. I knew what was coming and yet the punch in the face hurt just as much.

I was down to the final four pages, just bracing myself. As soon as Jeff headed to the mailbox I remembered what that vicious prick, Ethan, said and I knew.

The Grant County series dovetails into the Will Trent series, if you don't know. Had I understood that and read the books from both series' in published order, the entire tale wouId have flowed so much better.

If I'd read the two series' in order I'd have known the whole story and been able to put all those emotions in the proper perspective. So, don't mess up like me.

Read them in order. Feb 14, Kate rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. Karin Slaughter absolutely kills the game with her Grant County series.

This series has captured my heart and without giving any spoilers, I will say that the last few pages of this brought me to tears.

I feel like these characters are so real and like I have connected with them so much throughout this series. One of the reasons I loved this particular book in the series so much is because I feel like Jeffrey and Sara were together, as one unit, and so in love I could hardly take it.

To see them so in love is what I have been waiting for throughout the entire series and I feel like it finally happened!

I felt like the entire series thus far has had them building up to where they were in this novel and to see them so in love and working together just was perfect.

Another thing I loved about this were the twists and turns. I literally could not figure this book out until the very end. I was thrown off by not hearing about Ethan originally at the beginning and then once he worked his way in my assumptions were all over the place.

I have a very hard time putting down a Grant County Novel and love the cliff hangers that Slaughter leaves at the ends.

I cannot wait to read book 7 and start transitioning into the Will Trent series which is where I originally stumbled upon this amazing author.

There's no way to discuss this book without spoilers. Slaughter doesn't sugarcoat this world and as she so aptly shows us, life doesn't always lead to sweet HEA's.

I'm still not sure what I just read. I'm so mixed in my feelings about this book right now. Most of this book was a five star book, but in the end I have to give it three stars.

Unlike most of the people who have written reviews, I am different in at least two significant ways. First, I am reading and reviewing this novel in , twelve years after it was published.

Secondly, I was privy to the end of the book before I bought and read it. I have been a loyal fan of Karin Slaughter's novels for over a decade but became reacquainted with her works in in a somewhat unusual fashion.

Sara Linton and the small town setting of Grant County, Georgia. It was the books in this earlier series that were the building blocks that constructed a sound foundation for Slaughter's name and was the catalyst for her popularity to grow and flourish.

I would advise anyone to begin at the beginning, which is the only way to truly comprehend and savor the different character arcs and how their destinies later intertwine, their individual futures play out.

For instance, It is fascinating to read how the first seeds were sown that grew the hatred between Sara and Lena among other things.

It finally occurred to me what a disservice I had really done to myself by binge-reading the Will Trent books.

Thus in I read all of the Grant County Books in their order of publication, save one. I have spent some time prefacing this review, but not without a genuine reason.

It will be up to anyone who chooses to read this review to make up his or her own mind. The brief description of the horror that unfolds is narrated by an unidentified female passenger in the backseat of a vehicle driven by Lena Adams.

The woman has been drugged but exhibits vague yet meaningful glimpses of her surroundings. More significantly she maintains an awareness of her situation, its seriousness, and the fear and terror that is emanating from Lena in waves.

An assassin is sitting next to the doomed narrator as he casually holds her at gunpoint and talks with Lena.

Lena pleads with the executioner, but to no avail, as she watches in horror as the woman's body is doused in lighter fluid and set ablaze.

The woman hears a horrible keening, and realizes that "— it was coming from her own throat as she sat helplessly watching the flames lick up her body".

From this point forward, the story is related to the reader from the perspective of two different timelines. Lena is the focal point of this book and the author finally fleshes out the back story of this polarizing figure from the prior five novels in the series.

The jumping back and forth between time lines is initially tedious but rather quickly serves to ratchet up tension and apprehension, even as revelations are revealed to long-time readers that are totally shocking but also illuminating with respect to the character of Lena Adams.

It is against this painful backdrop that Jeffrey's cell phone starts ringing, and Sara, knowing the drill, just relents "Go ahead" More accurately " Madec plans to report that Ben went mad, shot the prospector, and wandered off into the barren horizon alone.

To ensure his story is not contradicted, Madec watches Ben from a distance, using the scope from his rifle. Ben finds enough water inside of a barrel to survive.

Madec shoots the barrel. Ben hides in the dead prospector's subterranean lair, but Madec blows it up with the prospector's dynamite stash.

Before it explodes, Ben escapes with a 'treasure map' belonging to Charlie, whom Ben vows will not die without justice.

By sunset, Ben uses the map to find a wrist-brace slingshot and some marbles amongst a buried box of Charlie's personal effects.

Ben heads for a hidden grotto of water that he and his girlfriend had swum in, only to find it dried up as his sun-burnt body now freezes in the desert night.

Madec keeps watch with his vehicle's high-powered floodlights. Ben eventually outsmarts Madec to overcome him with the slingshot. Back in town, Madec escapes from police custody during a bathroom break to board a helicopter that he solicited using his one phone call.

Ben goes to his girlfriend and promises not to leave her side again. An armed Madec sneaks into their house as Ben and his girlfriend sleep and confronts them, but Ben's girlfriend shoots Madec using the same gun Ben gave to her.

Madec is then killed by Ben. The film received mixed to negative reviews from critics. The site's critical consensus reads, " Beyond the Reach promises goofy genre pleasures, but fails to deliver, losing the viewer—and a villainous turn from Michael Douglas—in a misguided story that stumbles to the finish.

Kyle Smith of the New York Post gave the film a half a star out of four, saying " Beyond the Reach fails to achieve the Southwestern-noir potency of No Country for Old Men , but there's no denying it brings to mind another Southwestern classic about malicious pursuit: the Road Runner cartoons.

But Beyond the Reach exceeds even its humble grasp in the final act, collapsing in a clatter of blockheaded manhunter-movie cliches.

Linda Barnard of the Toronto Star gave the film three out of four stars, saying "Douglas is in his element and the throwback, stylized look of the production makes Beyond the Reach an entertaining hit of escapist fun.

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