Fear No Evil
The prologue at the beginning of the book really captured my attention because Caroll describes a fast pace scene of an abusive father and a shooting. This climatic prologue grabbed my attention right away and made me want to read more to find out what happens to the family and how they overcome the tragedy. Then, Caroll continued to keep me entertained by beginning the book describing a conflict of a mother and daughter who's father beats them. It did not jump right in like the prologue, but it keeps me reading. I hope that in the rest of the book the prologue comes full circle back into the plot of the book because it brought a lot of emotions to my attention, and Caroll made me feel as if they were my own family. I felt sorry for them.