Well written and great pace of suspense. I'll be reading the entire series and checking out more of Tami Hoag's books. Well done.
I've read everything Tami Hoag has published, and I love her books. Right now, I'm thoroughly enjoying audiobooks, particularly when narrated by David Colacci.
Kovak. What's not to like?
I love David Colacci's narrations. He puts voice to the way I heard the characters in my head when I read the book.
Candyman - a great bad guy
An amazing narrator
Absolutely, unfortunately had to go to work,
Tami Hoag is a great author, her books are a "keep you guessing until the end", can't wait for her next book.
I have listened to a number of stories narrated by Holter Graham and have enjoyed them immensely.He is quite talented and brings the characters to life...usually. I found his style in this book a little off-putting. He reads as if he is out of breath and and adds a lot of weird pauses that I found distracting. Hopefully it was just an off day for an otherwise solid performer. Still, it is a good story and probably worth a listen.
I liked this book but struggled with the story. I kept backing it up to make sure I hadn't missed something as I seemed lost at times in the story line. I love her books and will absolutely listen again to this one and other Tami Hoag books.
Not really. But I was taken by surprise several times in the story with unexpected twists.
Yes, Although I kept backing up to find my place in the story I wanted to finish the story as soon as possible.
The twists in the plot
Sam Kovac - just seemed like a guy who had a lot to give if he could just meet the right person and was willing to go the distance to do the right thing.
Not sure. He did have a pleasant voice and did well with the different characterization.
I had a range of emotions but didn't laugh or cry.
Thi book has made me want to explore more of Tami Hoag's books.
This book was better than a 3, but not as good as a 4. I finished it with no problem. It was interesting with some plot twists...that's a good thing. I think what pushed it towards the 3 was the sheer number of villains and the volume of "bad acts." It just got to be a bit much.
I can't tell you what the book was like - couldn't make it past the mind numbing boring narrator. I love her books, but just couldn't listen to this one. May just have to read it!