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How is the language in the book? I'm hoping to read for a church book club and want to make sure the language is clean? Shelley I'm only a few chapters in, reading a library copy of this book, and am chuckling to see that someone has used a pen to change one swear word in parti …more I'm only a few chapters in, reading a library copy of this book, and am chuckling to see that someone has used a pen to change one swear word in particular to say "duck" everywhere it occurs.
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Sort order. Start your review of Blue Heaven. Oct 04, Pauline rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. The book started off fairly well. The author did a great job in setting the mood and tone in the first chapter, and of course, laying down the groundwork for the story build-up.
As the story progressed, the new turn of events had me catching myself at the edge of my seat; not wondering about who is who that was pretty much a given but how will the kids, the mother and the farmer survive from the disasterous ordeal that really only lasted a mere 72 hours.
I have no complaints on how the story un The book started off fairly well. I have no complaints on how the story unfolded or the confusing route of which the story was told from the perspective of multiple characters, but the ending could have been much better.
There was so much suspense built up to the last chapter when all of a sudden, bam! To make matters worse, not only did the bad guys die, so did all the good guys!
Well, most of the good guys that mattered and they all had an idiotic end. You'd expect the death of a hero as a result of some marvelous rescue not as a result of his own stupidity and lack of common sense.
In a final attempt to rectify this mistake, the author tried to save the farm by making several indirect "hush hush" references of the farmer deferring the farm to the little girl's possession while he was on his deathbed.
Perhaps it was only me but the "Are you sure? My honest reaction when turning the last page was, "This is IT!?! View all 3 comments.
May 01, L rated it really liked it Shelves: mystery. Box does great characters. That's all there is to it. Oh, there's a plot, of course, the mystery of just who did what and when, the worries about who will come out of it alive that would be the thriller angle , and a few messed up relatio Box does great characters.
Reading what I'm writing, I begin to see why I liked this book so much. There is a lot here! View all 4 comments.
Feb 04, Kwoomac rated it liked it Shelves: fast-read , suspense , reviewed , unlikely-hero , contemporary-lit , Ok, so my library is doing this thing forValentines Day called "blind date" where they wrapped up a bunch of books in pretty paper and you don't know what book you checked out til you unwrap it.
I figured it's good to read random books once in a while. This was my book. The teaser said there was a plot twist and just like any blind date, this was a bit of an exaggeration.
Still it was a fun read and maybe I could go as high as 4 stars but I read another book by this guy and hated it so that has, Ok, so my library is doing this thing forValentines Day called "blind date" where they wrapped up a bunch of books in pretty paper and you don't know what book you checked out til you unwrap it.
Still it was a fun read and maybe I could go as high as 4 stars but I read another book by this guy and hated it so that has, rightly or not, effected my rating.
It's a very fast-paced story where a couple of kids witness a murder out in the woods and are seen by the killers.
The kids are off and running and the bad guys go after them. The kids outsmart the bad guys and find someone who believes them.
Then we have the showdown between good and evil. Not gonna tell you who lives and who dies. I will say this was a satisfactory read and I'd go out on a second date.
View all 6 comments. Aug 22, Janie Johnson rated it really liked it Shelves: challenge. I read this book with a friend for a buddy read.
This is a new author for me as well. I really enjoyed this book a lot especially with no idea what the book was going to be about.
I have to say that I am glad that I read it and found a new author to enjoy. This is not a mystery but a thriller as there is not a "whodunit' to the story, well not to the reader anyway.
In this book we have two kids, Annie and William, bother and sister, who witnesses a murder. They were spotted by the murderers and a I read this book with a friend for a buddy read.
They were spotted by the murderers and are now running for their life until they run into Jess Rawlins. Jess helps the kids by hiding them, and then the story goes on from there.
I loved both the premise of this story and the characters. Both very well developed and wrote. I loved the action and the excitement.
My favorite character, hands down, is Jess. Such a strong, well developed protagonist. He is definitely someone I would want on my side of things.
For some reason as I read the book, I kept picturing Sam Elliot playing this role of Jess if it were ever a movie.
There were several heroes born in this book, Jess being one of them. One of my favorite things about this story was how the relationship between Jess and kids grew.
How these kids had to trust someone and how they discovered that they could trust this man simply by him being who he was.
The antagonists were also written very well. I definitely hated each one of them for many, many reasons that I can't get into since this is a spoiler free review.
There were the 'bad cops' of the worse kind, a big mouth reporter, of course we have to have one of those. The kind that grate on your nerves and you want to either put them in their place or shoot them.
I think the author developed all of them very well. I have to say that I was a little surprised by the ending of this book.
I feel as though the Author left it open for the reader's interpretation. So I feel like there was not any really closure to the end of the story.
It can be interpreted in so many ways, one of which I hate to even explore. I recommend this book to anyone that loves a little mystery or thriller in their dose of daily reading.
May 21, Emilia rated it it was ok. The poor ending more or less negates any reason I may have found to recommend this book. View 1 comment.
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But once at the creek, the children witness an execution-style murder and are now on the run from the three men who spotted them.
Retired Santa Anita policeman, Eduardo Villatoro, has come to town, wanting to solve a case that still haunts him. A few years back, after the races in Santa Anita, several million dollars was being transfered from the racetrack to the bank.
The armored cars were stopped and one of the officers were killed. All this time, the killers were never found, the money still missing.
But several of the bills that matched the recorded serial numbers have been deposited lately, most through a bank in Kootenai Bay Blue Heaven.
Villatoro is determined to solve this last case. But as Jess continues with questions while the children are hiding in his home, he learns that the children were right.
Now the four men are heading the search for the missing children, one of them staying with their mother in her house, keeping her away from the public, the media and the phone.
But what will he do when the killers figure out the children are hiding in his home? William believes to be brave, even when scared spitless.
I adored the children. And the killers… they gave me the creeps. Being retired police officers, I think made the creeps worse.
Vindictive, manipulative and cunning, I cringed everytime they determined what to do next to find the kids. I hated every single one of them.
While they get what they deserve, I still wish more would have happened to them. If you as me, they got the easy way out.
Superb action, intense suspense, well-developed love-to-love and love-to-hate characters, incredible descriptions of what seems like a beautiful and relaxing place on earth, together with a tear-jerker ending, this was my first experience with C.
A huge recommendation! May 22, Maddy rated it it was amazing Shelves: reads. In an effort to win over her year-old brother, William, Tom has promised to take him fishing.
When that doesn't happen, Annie decides to take matters in her own hands. Appropriating Tom's fishing rod, she takes William on a trek into the woods so they can fish on their own.
Neither of them are prepared for what happens while they're there. They've stumbled across a group of four men who are in the process of killing another man.
The children inadvertently give themselves away and end up going on a run for their lives. And thus, they become "missing children"; fortunately, they've found a place to lay low until they can figure out what to do.
The book takes place in North Idaho, a setting that Box describes in breathtakingly beautiful detail. The area has become a haven where retired cops from Los Angeles are settling down.
They get to have a little bit of heaven at an affordable price; at the same time, there are enough of them that they have a sense of community.
Considered to be a desirable addition to the neighborhood, it's a shock to realize that the killers are among this group.
In an effort to cover up the crime, they volunteer to run the task force searching for the children. Who better to take on such an assignment than a bunch of expert cops?
Of course, no one is aware that there is anything amiss with these men. The children end up on a remote ranch owned by Jess Rawlins that has seen better days.
Rawlins is struggling to keep his ranching operation going; he's about to sell out unless he can turn things around. He's a man with a big heart, though, and he immediately protects the children when he finds them in his barn and hears their story.
The suspense ratchets to unbearably tense levels when the rogue cops realize that Rawlins has the children in his care. The characters are lovingly drawn and feel very real.
I cared deeply about the fate of the children and aligned instantly with the principled and brave Rawlins. At the same time, the plot is well conceived and the pacing excellent.
Box is best known for his series set in Wyoming featuring Sheriff Joe Pickett. I wouldn't be surprised to find this standalone thriller reaching the best seller lists.
I know that it is going to be a top read of the year for me. Jul 02, Marilyn Upright rated it it was amazing.
With lots of twists and turns, this book has the action Ive come to expect from CJBox. I absolutely fell in love with Jess Rawlins.
It is wonderful to know there are good men left in the world. And horrifying to know that you cant always trust the ones who should be above reproach.
The last chapter made me cry. Sep 19, Thomas rated it really liked it Recommends it for: thriller fans.
Shelves: us-rural-crime. I enjoyed reading this thriller and give it 4 out 5 stars. Barbarians at the Gate: Howl!
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Sorry to disappoint. Aug 03, Marvin rated it it was ok. I finished this one in just 3 days. It's certainly a page-turner.
Also, there were implausible developments. It keeps the story going, but at the risk of losing its credibility. May 26, Stephanie Jenkins Ortiz Cerrillo rated it it was amazing.
This is my first book by C. Box and I'm so thrilled a friend highly recommended this author!
It's easy to see why he has sold so many copies of his books and has won so many awards and acclaims. This novel is full of so many twists, turns and unexpected events that I did not want to put it down.
This novel has good cops, bad cops, a sweet small town community in Idaho, murder, a lone This is my first book by C.
This novel has good cops, bad cops, a sweet small town community in Idaho, murder, a lonely old farmer and kids on the run-- just to name a few things going on in this excellent read.
Twelve year old Annie decides to take her younger brother William fishing after they were stood up by their mothers boyfriend.
They have no idea how wrong this day will go. As they are walking through the woods they stumbled upon and witness a murder. Now their on the run from four killers.
Four killers that know who they are, who their mother is and these men are ex-L. Annie and William soon learn they do not know who they can trust and that they can't go home or even contact their mom to let her know they are alive.
The kids take refuge in a barn about 8 miles from where the crime occurred on the ranch of Jess Rawlins. Little do they know that this old man will become their savior and risk it all for them.
If you like Crime Thrillers this is a book for you! A must read. View 2 comments. To make a long story short, two children come up missing.
They were going fishing to a remote area in the woods. She asked them if it was okay with their mom. If I was their mom, I would have kicked the holy living crap out of her for leaving my children there in the first place!
The kids witness a murder. Then, the kids are found by a good hearted old timer rancher. They are trying to kill the kids because they witnessed a heinous crime they committed.
Instead of making public that the kids have been found or contacting other proper authorities, he keeps quiet that he has the kids.
He lets a frantic mother continue to wonder where her kids are. He could have even made it public with the use of the media.
He does a scene of a drunken guy in a bar that was hilarious! He also did some of the accents exceptionally well.
Another C. Box book on my To Read list that I finally got around to reading actually listening to. A stand alone unlike his other novels.
It was a good book, not Box's best, but never the less his character development is always among the best current day mystery authors.
The characters in this book were no exception and the story itself was great, lots of suspense and mystery. One of his earliest novels.
The main reason I gave it only 3 stars was the ending. May 23, Rex Fuller rated it really liked it. Box defends North Idaho from the bias of those who've never been there and adds a great child-witness escape story with a superb character in the pantheon of real cowboys, Jess Rawlins.
It's not part of the Joe Pickett series but just as good. This was a good story, however, I think that the newer Joe Pickett series stories are better.
His newer novels have a smoother presentation. I enjoyed the characters and the unexpected ending.
It was fun to read this on a buddy read. Dec 29, Tamora Pierce rated it really liked it. A little sluggish, but still a good thriller featuring four bad cops, one good one, a tough rancher great part for Clint Eastwood and two courageous kids!
Sep 18, Dara S. Really enjoyed this book. This is my third book by C. He does not disappoint. May 31, Lukasz Pruski rated it liked it. J Box's Blue Heaven illustrates the best thing about the novel that won the prestigious Edgar Award in The setup is mesmerizing and it is difficult to tear oneself off from the book for about pages.
Then the plot goes downhill to " If twelve-year-old Annie Taylor had not chosen to take her little brother William fishing on that particular Friday afternoon [ Then the plot goes downhill to the extent that I am actually surprised about the high critical recognition.
Yes, it is a good thriller, but not in any way remarkable. Maybe I am just jaded or spoiled. Little Annie and William witness the execution and now they are pursued by the executioners.
The retired cops are looking for the kids too, but they don't want FBI to get involved. Yet another retired detective from California arrives on the scene in pursuit of leads in an unsolved murder that happened during the Santa Anita Racetrack robbery.
Potential connections between the executioners and the robbery begin to emerge yet the second half of the novel is not nearly as enthralling as the first one.
One thread is indeed outstanding: Jess Rawlins, an owner of a huge ranch is about to lose everything as he cannot afford the payments to the bank any more.
Bitterly divorced, he is trying to keep the ranch that his grandfather and father managed but the new economic reality is brutal: he seems to have no chances in the market driven by banks and real estate.
The reader will like Jess' character as it is vividly and believably drawn. I have an emotional connection with the location of the novel.
My wife and I were traveling there two years ago and I remember writing a review for Goodreads in a motel room not that far from Kootenai Falls on the Kootenai River that are in fact located in Montana, the neighboring state.
These are amazingly beautiful places and there are some neat descriptions of the northern landscapes in the novel. Alas, other than the enticing setup the thriller is mostly of paint-by-numbers variety and once the reader shakes off the strong initial impression there is nothing equally remarkable in the later parts of the novel.
Some characters, like the mail carrier for instance, are implausible caricatures. The author's dropping of ominous hints is not exactly of Edgar Award caliber.
The climactic scenes at the end are boringly predictable: salvation comes at exactly the most convenient time for the narration.
In the end the author carefully doles out death and life to the protagonists according to whether they deserve it or not.
To sum up: extremely good novel at the beginning, disappointing at the end. I recommend just browsing the second half of the book: life is too short for banal denouements.
Three stars. Jun 18, Sep rated it it was amazing. The most exciting book this month if not this year! Jess Rawlings is an old 63 rancher who lives in norther Idaho.
The area has changed a lot because a lot of people from out-of-state are retiring up there.
This is never resolve. I was sort of hoping she'd get leprosy or something. When one of them bails on a promise to take William fishing, Annie takes her brother into the forest to fish where they witness a murder.
With 4 killers on their tail the children run. When they don't make it home, Annie and William are reported missing.
The local sheriff is out of his depth but, suddenly, 4 ex-cops volunteer to run the search. Unfortunately, it is the same 4 who committed the murder.
This book is exciting, terrifying and, especially in the last 3 or 4 chapters totally edge-of-your-seat. Don't know how I feel about the ending.
Maybe, Jess is dreaming. He's already seen a couple of ghosts and is still in the land of the living. Aug 28, Barbara Mitchell rated it it was amazing.
I raced through this novel from a few years ago, one of my finds at our book sale. Anything by C.
Box is an automatic grab after all, and this one really had my heart pounding. It begins with two children, Annie and her younger brother William, witnessing a murder.
Then one of the killers sees them and the chase is on. The setting is a small town in Idaho that is in transition because a large number of retired cops have moved there from Los Angeles.
They've brought money but even as they claim I raced through this novel from a few years ago, one of my finds at our book sale.
They've brought money but even as they claim to want a different, less stressful life, they've brought big city habits with them.
Some have built enormous mansions and they drive their SUVs through town like they own the place. The people who loved their little town and surrounding ranches aren't necessarily happy about the changes or the people who brought them about.
When word gets out that the kids are missing, they take over the investigation from the rather weak police chief who is out of his depth.
Our hero is a rancher who is in financial trouble and about to lose his beloved ranch. It's been in the family for generations but he has hit hard times.
He's in his early 60s and he's a kind man who suffered when he had to let his last ranch hand go. I loved Jess Rawlins.
He and the kids make the whole book in my mind. This is a thriller with a subplot of another retired cop trying to trace money from a robbery at Santa Anita racetrack several years earlier in which a young guard was killed, leaving a wife and kids.
All of the characters, good and evil and somewhere in-between, are skillfully depicted so you get more and more tense as the story plays out.
At times I was breathless when the action heated up and I worried about the good guys. One character is a staple in every small town I've ever known.
In this town she's a rural mail carrier but she could be anything. She's a thoughtless gossip who craves attention and has no compassion for the people she's hurting.
She also thinks she's attractive not! And she's loud, so when she's spreading gossip she lets everyone around her hear what her imagination has come up with.
I happened to read this at the time the 16 year old California girl and her kidnapper were found in Idaho. That added even more color to the background as I read, especially when the horse riders who saw and reported them were interviewed.
I could imagine how those two couples would resent the intrusion of city people into their lives. This is an action-filled thriller with great characters and I hope you'll read it and other C.
Box novels. Highly recommended Source: book sale Blue Heaven is a book familiar to me. It reminded me of some TV show or movie that I have watched but I couldn't name the titles.
I guess because the characters seem somewhat stereotypical. An attractive something single mom who doesn't have the best taste in men.
Her two kids, a girl Annie and boy William , could use a father in the house. The kids are smart and have an inner strength all their own.
A recently elected Sheriff whose job before was a real estate agent. Good with people but Blue Heaven is a book familiar to me.
Good with people but is a little out of his depth in law enforcement. And an older rancher who lives alone on his family's ranch that is going under financially.
Oh, he could make money if he sold out but he doesn't want to sell off a legacy that has been in his family for three generations. He is divorced.
His wife left for greener pastures. The story is set in Northern Idaho or North Idaho as the locals would say.
North Idaho is a mecca for retired cops looking for a quiet life and an escape from horrors of big city police work.
Four cops in particular are central to the story. Barbarians at the Gate: Howl! A new set of ten different warpaint overlays, and the overlay box used to apply them.
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