After the huge cliffhanger at the end of the first book, Part Two has Silas searching for Charlie. She never made it home after they left the club. With the help of the clues they had written down, Silas does his best to find her.
If you thought that the first book was unbelievable, Part Two takes it to another level. The “amnesia” that these two seem to be experiencing keeps getting stranger and stranger. I won’t spoil it for you, but I will say that the “amnesia” storyline was unrealistic enough in the first place. It didn’t need to be made more so.
For most of this book, Charlie and Silas are separated. She has been imprisoned and must try and figure out exactly who is holding her captive and why. Meanwhile, Silas falls under scrutiny when Charlie does not turn up. He was the last person seen with her and the number one suspect in her disappearance.
Despite the fact that this story continues to get more and more far-fetched, I found myself listening the audiobook intently. I would have liked it if it were toned down a little more, but I can’t deny that I enjoyed it.
As short as each of these audiobooks are, the story doesn’t seem rushed at all. I wouldn’t have minded a little more information on Charlie’s escape and some sort of revenge against her captors. I thought that particular aspect of the story was a bit anti-climactic.
Overall, I’m still very interested in finding out what happened to Charlie and Silas. This story continues to hold my interest, even if this book seemed to get a little crazier. I didn’t think it could get any more unbelievable after the first one, but I was wrong.