No 2nd Chance

by Harlan Coben | Mystery & Thrillers |
ISBN: 0525947299 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Ruth013 of Frodsham, Cheshire United Kingdom on 10/25/2003
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7 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by Ruth013 from Frodsham, Cheshire United Kingdom on Saturday, October 25, 2003
Usual HC thriller. Not a bad read, but wouldn't recommend it.

Journal Entry 2 by KathyS on Friday, November 07, 2003
Arrived today - Thank You Ruth013.

Adding it to my TBR pile (which is now a mountain thanks to BookCrossing!) and will hopefully get to it soon. Really looking forward to it as I haven't read any of Coben's work before and normally wouldn't have picked it up :-)

Journal Entry 3 by KathyS on Sunday, February 22, 2004
I finally dug this out from the bottom of the TBR pile - and I'm glad I did :-) Being the first Harlan Coben book that I've read, I can't compare it to other of his books. However, I did enjoy it and liked the many twists and turns in the plot. Not as compulsive as the Alex Cross thrillers by James Patterson, but still well worth the read if you like this genre.

I will be offering this up on the BookCrossingUK yahoo group as a RABCK. They're a great bunch and I'm sure someone will want it :-) And as it's a hardback it will cut down on the postage

Released on Thursday, February 26, 2004 at Postal Release in Royal Mail, England United Kingdom.

Sent 2nd class to jenny72 in response to my RABCK offer on the forums. Enjoy and pass it on!

Journal Entry 5 by jenny72 from Harrogate, North Yorkshire United Kingdom on Saturday, February 28, 2004
Thank you to KathyS for the RABCK. TBR.

Journal Entry 6 by jenny72 from Harrogate, North Yorkshire United Kingdom on Monday, March 22, 2004
Hardback. I really enjoyed this book and, like KathyS, I had never read anything by this author before. The twists and turns in the story made it a good read. I'm on the lookout for more Harlan Cobens now!

Journal Entry 7 by jenny72 from Harrogate, North Yorkshire United Kingdom on Friday, June 09, 2006
On it's way to cnfotp as part of the 'Well Travelled Wild Release Challenge 2006'.

Thank you for organising this challenge! Great fun!

Journal Entry 8 by cnfotp on Wednesday, June 14, 2006
*~Well Travelled Wild Release Challenge~*

Received in the post today - thank you jenny72 :) My Dad's memory is not what it was (his words - not mine!!) and at the moment he can't remember if he's read this one or not, so I've just emailed him the synopsis.

I have a couple of books to read ahead of this one so if my Dad hasn't read it and would like to, then I'll send it to him first before reading it myself.

Thanks again for sending and for joining in the challenge - let's get those books moving! :)

Journal Entry 9 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Saturday, June 24, 2006
Carolyn has just sent this in the post (thank you!) - As her dad is reading the biggest Harlan Ellison book in the world - I've decided to 'steal' this book to read! Got about 4 chapters in so far - and its brilliant - we'll have to see if it continues... shouldn't be long reading it though!


Journal Entry 10 by notpaddy from Langford, Bedfordshire United Kingdom on Thursday, July 20, 2006
Sent to me by my daughter, Carolyn as part of the Well-travelled book challenge (thanks, sweetie!). I've had to wait to get my hands on it - I was part-way through a Harlan Ellison short story (part of a complete works anthology) when it arrived and it was kidnapped by Liza, my wife. I've now got half-way through and have promised to finish this month, which is a challenge all of it's own as it's too heavy for the daily commute to London by train and so is restricted to bedtime reading. Enjoying it so far as expected - I've read a few Cobens before.


Journal Entry 11 by wingAnonymousFinderwing on Sunday, August 06, 2006
Typical Harlan Coben, a page-turner full of twists Perhaps being a father myself meant that I empathised more with the main character, whose daughter is kidknapped. His desperate grasping at any hint of hope is particulary well portrayed. Recommended for lovers of thrillers everywhere.

Now gone to Didcot, Oxon and cnfotp.


Journal Entry 12 by cnfotp on Thursday, August 10, 2006
When I started reading this book I decided straight away I had already read it, but it was so long ago that I read it again. I was a bit thrown by the reference to 9/11 and when I checked the publication dates it says 2003 so I can't have read it before now! Hmmm, strange, it all seemed so familiar...

I enjoyed the book which is a good thriller. It's now ready to send to kamalamalama in Hawaii for wild release :)

~~Well Travelled Wild Release Challenge~~

Journal Entry 13 by jpirie from Hilo, Hawaii USA on Wednesday, June 27, 2007
I found this book outside my office in Hilo. I have since read other books by this author from the library.

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