House of Glass
Jen Glass has worked hard her entire life to rise above her beginnings. And now, much as she doesn’t want to admit it, her family is crumbling around her. Her husband seems to be keeping secrets, her teenage daughter is rebellious and angry, and her young son struggles with selective mutism. Then one night, two men force their way into her home and hold the family hostage, seemingly after their money and valuables. But then things start to go wrong, and Jen and her family must come together if they are going to survive this ordeal. Jen and her husband find they are willing to risk almost anything to keep their children safe.
This gripping novel will keep readers turning the pages in fascinated horror as the robbery of the Glass’ home spirals out of control. The characters are interesting and believable, their family problems relatable, and it’s easy for readers to feel like they’re trapped in the basement alongside this family. There is an undercurrent of mystery as Jen tries to figure out the connection between the criminals and her family, which helps keep the story flowing. This is a great novel that will get readers thinking about the most important things in life.
|Page Count||400 pages|
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