When listening to this book you can feel strange and scary atmosphere. Very vivid performance. I listen to several Lisa Gardner's book, Hide is the best so far.
Another great book from Lisa Gardner! Kept me hooked all the way through and I completely disagree with the previous reviews of the ending. I thought it was well crafted and I found it hard to turn off. I don't want to say more because I don't like spoiler reviews, but if you are one of Lisa's fans (and Bobby Dodge's) you won't be disappointed.
Excellent read but having listened to "Alone" first it was frustrating that the last names of characters were pronounced differently than in the first book. It seems that it would have taken very little prep work to get this right... minor, I know, but still frustrating. Great book tho!
My only disappointment with this book was when it was over. Highly recommend to anyone that loves suspense and action.
I listened to Maggie Meg Reed read "The Time Traveler's Wife" and chose this book just because she is such a great reader. The story, while not my normal fare, was suspenseful and gripping. I was not disappointed. Reed can emote. I hope she performs another audio book soon.
Where to start?? The book, overall, was a indeed a good one. In my opinion, however, I found the ending to be very anti-climatic. The build-up was great but at the end it just seemed to sort of fizz out.
I didn't see this coming at all....this book kept me quessing the entire time. Excellent narration and terrifice story. It is a must read "hear".
This is a really great book with lots of twists and turns. It definitely keeps you guessing. I just loved it. The narration was darn good too. Get this one!
I thoroughly enjoyed this audio book. It was a white-knuckler right up to the end, filled with evil villains by the bushel. The background stories by Charlie as well as by Christian's parents were fascinating and added to the suspense. The author's pace and tone were excellent as were the characterizations, particularly that of the emotionally wounded Annabelle.
This was my second book about Bobby and his cohorts and their characters were well-written as usual and it was good to see Catherine again.
Although I saw one of the resolutions coming, the final confrontation between Annabelle and her nemesis caught me by surprise because I didn't expect it to be placed where it was in the story. This particular scene was so explicitly written that I felt as though I was there punching, kicking and dodging right along with the heroine.
Great job, Lisa.
It's a sad commentary on our society that we tossed these people out on the street and left them to survive the best way they could.