This suspense story is entertaining and educational. For me it was a slow start but good. There are many plots and it kept my mind looking for the connections, how does it all tie together.
Believing most books have a message this one, at least to me, does. In my opinion we need diversity. We learn from those who may possibly be smarter than us but I think we learn even more from those who may not be as able as ourselves. Perseverance, a new way to get it done, simple compassion, we become better people in general.
The narrator has a great voice, soothing and did a good job distinguishing characters.
a very exciting and captivating read. very interesting. looking forward to more. thanks much. thanks.
Slow story development and not as much personality to this novel as we usually get from Kellerman.
As always a great story with enough twist to keep me thinking.
I have grown so acustomed to his narratives I have incorporated his voices in my own readings of these novels.
A couple of technical glitches I have not experienced in other audible books. Small repeats of phrases. Not a huge big deal but not what I've come to expect from audible.
I am avid listener but after one hour I was still lost as to what was going on. Some start slow and confusing but if I cannot figure out whats going on after one hour, forget it.
I'm over halfway through and quit listening to it - unlikely I'll go back to finish it. It started out good, but just got boring. Maybe it's my frame of mind, but I found it really scattered; I'm a little surprised some were able to identify a theme.
it had to capture my attention but once it did i was hooked till the end--couldn't figure it out right away so that was a good thing also--would recommend it
If the book was available for download I could have listened to it. Bad practice to allow purchase and then find unavailable after spending the money!!!
No only Audibles practice.
Please note that the book is not available before purchae.