David Moore has one night left in Gaffney and is at a party he doesn’t want to attend. Natasha Turner, at the same party, is lost for a lift home.
Meanwhile, three young men have stolen a car, and as the night darkens and the roads become deserted, David and Nat enter into a terrifying game of cat-and-mouse. . .
Poor David. He tries being nice and offers a ride to a woman he meets at a party, a party he didn’t want to go to in the first place. Little does he know, his life is about to change forever. On their way to Nat’s house, the two are terrorized by a group of thugs joyriding in a stolen car.
With close to 1,000 books on my Kindle, I tend to forget what some of my books are about. Drive is a short novella, about 80-pages long. I bought this one a couple months ago and when I opened it last night, I had no idea what to expect. I’m glad I took a chance on it. West appears to be a master at building suspense and keeping his readers guessing at what will happen next.
Sometimes, situations that can actually happen in real life are much scarier than monsters, zombies, or other things that go bump in the night. This is the perfect story for those who want a change of pace from other types of horror and after reading Drive, you will definitely think twice before heading out on nighttime road trip.