The Voice of Waterfalls

The Voice of Waterfalls Inga manages to escape from a house of terror where she was held as a captive along with other girls who were kidnapped She is chased into the woods and runs onto the road almost falling under the wh

  • Title: The Voice of Waterfalls
  • Author: Natasha A. Salnikova
  • ISBN: 1230000022587
  • Page: 391
  • Format: ebook
  • Inga manages to escape from a house of terror where she was held as a captive along with other girls who were kidnapped She is chased into the woods and runs onto the road, almost falling under the wheels of an approaching car She thought, it would be better to die that way than to return to her captors The driver of the car, to her surprise, saves her He brings herInga manages to escape from a house of terror where she was held as a captive along with other girls who were kidnapped She is chased into the woods and runs onto the road, almost falling under the wheels of an approaching car She thought, it would be better to die that way than to return to her captors The driver of the car, to her surprise, saves her He brings her to his house and introduces her to his family his mother, his father and his younger sister He gives Inga a key to a separate room and brings her food She appreciates his help and calls him her knight from the road All she needs now is a phone to make a call to her mother Her savior, Alman, says they don t have one in the house He s also not in a hurry to take her from his house in the woods to the town where she can talk to police And Inga began to doubt the noble intentions of her savior After some time she starts to think this house is worse than the one she was imprisoned in before, if that was possible.Supernatural thriller 105 000 words.

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    1. You would think that, after escaping from being held as a sex slave, life would look up for Inga. I mean, how much bad luck can one person get? A lot, apparently, as Inga is thrown from one disaster into another. As she runs away barefooted from the very people who kidnapped her, locked her up, raped her, beat her and threatened to kill her whenever she did something wrong, she is rescued by a young man named Alman. Although he appears friendly enough and offers her a place to stay for the night [...]

    2. That's one heck of a thriller!A fellow writer myself, I knew I could work out all the plot turns in The Voice of Waterfalls if I really wanted to, and still the story kept me on the edge of my seat. I knew of course that the two protagonists, Inga and Anton, were bound to meet in the end, but watching them overcome all the hardships and second-guessing their inner choices - each with his or her own skeletons in the closet - was for me the best and most intriguing part of this book.I would like t [...]

    3. From the moment I read the synopsis about this book, I knew I wanted to read it. I just finished it today. Natasha Salnikova really has a wonderful book here. And a little fact about it, it was translated from Russian! That impresses me so much. You can definitely see some of the author’s Russian heritage in the book from some of the names used, foods mentioned. So from the blurb we learn that Inga was kidnapped and held captive with other girls. But then someone comes along and she is afforde [...]

    4. Wow…what a life this young women had for a few months. I cannot imagine escaping one nightmare just to end up in another. Inga is a strong female character caught in something much larger than her. The book flowed well and I was wanted to know what was going to happen. I had a hard time putting the book down and even when the supernatural aspects started I still wanted to keep reading.I found myself hugging my daughter and telling her to never go anywhere with a stranger and then I hugged my b [...]

    5. After being kidnapped and used as a sex-slave, Inga finally manages to escape. She is picked up on the road, and rescued from her captors. But at what cost? Just when you think she is home-free, Inga ends up in another situation even more dangerous than the first. All she wants is to get back home to her worried mother, but first she has to survive. I enjoyed this book very much. Natasha Salnikova has a talent for colorful description. She paints a picture with her words that will transport your [...]

    6. Initially When I was reading this I though that it was written by someone whose language was not originally English - then I discovered that it was actually translated from Russian and all the little quirks I noticed made much more sense.That out of the way- this a bit of a gem of a story. I haven't quite read a similar story. It mixes the dark humanity with an element of pure evil and blends them quite well. I also liked how the two main stories "collided". It also raises the concept of those w [...]

    7. The Voice of Waterfalls is a psychological thriller filled with loads of suspense. The story's main character Inga is a 23 year old girl who has already been through hell and back even before the main story starts. After barely escaping from being a sex slave and believing she is home free, Inga manages to find herself in an even worse predicament. This story blew my mind, it's that good. Natasha A. Salnikova's writing is excellent and it's one helluva roller coaster, so hold on! I've never read [...]

    8. This is a must read for sure !This author keeps you guessing until the end. I really loved her book and her style of writing. I look forward to reading all her books.

    9. I was given a free copy of this story for an honest review. I wasn’t completely sure if I’d like it or not, although it did catch my attention and sounded interesting. I’m glad I asked for a copy. This was such a great, well-written story and it held my attention the whole time. When compared to a lot of stories I’ve read or listened to, I come across boring spots in which I’ll just set the story down for a while or skip ahead. In this case, that didn’t happen once, in fact, I had a [...]

    10. OMG! This book was awesome!!! Think of Dean Koonz and Stephen KingahInga escapes from a house where she was a sex-slave. She is almost caught when a stranger stops his car and fends off her captors. The stranger takes her to his home and promises that they will get help in the morning. He introduces her to the rest of his family, mom & teen sis. Then things get interestinge stranger, Alman, keeps coming up with excuses for not running Inga into town and his family is plain weird. Inga runs a [...]

    11. I'm torn, the action starts quickly and actual premise is awesome, but the character development and storyline fell short for me. I really want to give this book a good rating but in all fairness it was only okay. Please note the narration is excellent!

    12. Inga is like most girls in the world; she is naïve and goes to an audition then gets kidnapped and becomes a sex slave. Then one day she takes a chance and escapes. As she is running away from her captures, she comes across Alman. He fights off the captures and takes her to his home, but refuses to take her to the sheriff. Inga realizes that she has just left the frying pan and jumped into the fire, Alman and his family are a whole new terror worse than what she just left.Anthony is an attorney [...]

    13. More than I like to read thrillers, I like mystic. And this book is a very good example of this genre. It has it all: twists of fate, creepy heroes, good atmosphere that really makes you belive everything that`s going on. Though I don`t like past-raped heroines in books, sometimes it`s kind of neсessary to show that aspect of our reality: you never know where you`ll fall, girls just can`t be too careful these days. If you`ll trust every stranger that says he`ll help, there`s a big fat chance yo [...]

    14. Author: Natasha A. SalnikovaPublished By: NASAge Recommend: AdultReviewed By: Arlena DeanRaving Review: 5Blog Reviewed For: Great Minds Think AloudReview: Natasha Salnikova did a wonderful job with the novel "The voice of waterfalls" that took place in Quiet River, Washington. This was a indeed a scary thriller. The story was of a kidnapped twenty-three year old girl named Inga who had been rescued from one sex slave situation to only be put into a even more horrible situation.Anthony, an attorn [...]

    15. I struggled through this book from the beginning.The translation from Russian to English was horrible, which made the writing style seem childish. The plot seemed great, but the story, I felt, never went anywhere. All the characters were so disconnected, it made for a rough read.

    16. This translation is absolutely terrible - full of awkward language and strange grammatical errors. That being said, the plot line is so gripping I'd still recommend it to someone looking for a fun, cheesy thriller.

    17. I paid 99¢ so I finished itseems the writer had a good idea just didn't quite know how to get there. parts were slow & unnecessary. prob could have been written in half the pages. also some of the word combinations seemed off or odd

    18. I read the Kindle version. Quick read and definitely held my attention, but the vast number of grammatical and spelling errors, and disjointed writing style, were distracting.

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