I listened to the audio version of this book and really enjoyed the narrator. I was frustrated with the main character because she seemed odd. If you only read the parts she spoke you would think she was mentally disabled. She stammered all the time and did not seem like the professional journalist she was supposed to be. Sure she was having trouble with anxiety but I don´t believe she would have been sent on this trip. She just didn´t seem capable of her job....or speaking. I did enjoy the book though and definitely recommend the audio book.
Lo wakes up one night and realizes something isn´t right. She isn´t sure what woke her up but her bedroom door is shut and she didn´t shut it. She opens it and sees a man standing there. He has a mask on and surgical gloves and in his hands was her purse. She is paralyzed with fear. The man suddenly slams the door in her face and smashes the lock, trapping her in her room. Her face was hit by the door when it was slammed and she is dazed and bleeding. She can´t call for help since her phone was in her purse. When she finally gets out she finds the intruder is gone and so is her purse with wallet and ID. He also took her computer which had her banking into on it. She puts on a brave face but inside she is traumatized. She calls to tell her employer why she didn´t come in but she said she was fine for the cruise she was set to go on. Lo is a travel journalist and excited to finally get a chance to prove herself. The trip was going okay until she woke up suddenly. She thought she scream and then she heard a big splash like someone someone falling into the water. She looks out and thinks she sees a hand below the surface. She called to report it but the chief of security doesn´t believe her... because no one was missing. The person who was going to be in cabin 10 cancelled at the last minute. But Lo talked to a woman that was in there and borrowed a mascara from her. Now she is sure someone killed her and threw her overboard. How could she get them to believe her?