Jennifer Lind-Westbrook is a graduate from the University of Florida with a degree in English. She worked for several years as an associate editor for Oxendine Publishing, which produced magazines for student groups on college campuses. She wrote multiple television reviews for the online publication "Flak." Jennifer also had her own column for "The Eleventh Hour" a news weekly in Macon, Georgia. This column explored multiple aspects of pop culture. She has also contributed to "PopMatters" as a TV/DVD reviewer in the past. After an extended hiatus from writing, she is back and ready to offer insight and opinion on the latest DVD releases.
Two girls disappear into the wild and are discovered alive five years later. When they move in with family members, it soon becomes evident that something they left behind in the woods isn't ready to let them go.
Alex Cross and all of the other characters in James Patterson’s books savor and shun what life hands them even though its not always in equal measure. Why is that component lacking in this film adaptation?