I wish it would have had more of a conclusive ending. It seems as though to have all the questions answered you'll have many more hours of listening to the next book or perhaps MANY more books.
He's WAY too fast in his reading.
Don't think I'll be listening to or read any more Lisa Jackson novels unless they are free.
Just couldn’t follow the story. Everything just seemed to run together and you couldn’t tell were the characters changed.Terrible narrator - Read much too fast.
The lead characters are FEMALE, plus the guy sounds like an elderly man. WTF?? Too bad, the story is decent.
I really enjoyed this book. It started out a little bit slow--- and there are a lot of characters to keep up with, but in the end I was really happy with this book.
It is the first book in a new trilogy... and the next book is not supposed to be out until October 09 (according to the writer's website). I can't wait to find out what happens next!
I loved the storyline, however it was a little hard to keep up at times. It bounced from one female character to another without coming up for air, which left me confused at times. It was fast paced and a bit of a roller coaster ride from highs to lows throughout the story. Definitely a really good listen!
A good compatible voice for the story, but I would have liked some clue that we were now changing to another character. I loved the gentle voice of the rescuer, it really added to the ambiance of the situation.
Yes, I couldn't wait to get to the end to find out who the serial killer was.....imagine my surprise!
The ENDING? Oh you will want to see for yourself, so no clues!
it was a good read. This is a mufti person series so it took me just a bit to get into it. Just when I was thinking the plot was predictable it kept twisting and kept me guessing. I had no idea it was a series until I got to the end, and it didn't quite end.
Yes and I picked the second book up immediately. The story was going in so many directions at once but each one was well written out. I wasn't sure who the main focus was until the end. But then it didn't end actually. I can't really say why without going into details. It was worth the read to me.
Regan Pascoli. I can relate to her. A single mother trying to do the best she can for her kids only to have the ex be the shinning knight while she's the bad guy.
All of the characters were well written and I could see a lot of potential plots behind each one of them. The narrator didn't have the multiple voices but he did a very good job. I always knew who was talking. Except which creep was narrating in the background
No extreme reaction. There was suspense but not an emotional roller coaster
LEFT TO DIE was a total thrill ride from beginning to end. It has much to recommend it with a fully fleshed out cast of characters; plots and sub-plots. I would absolutely listen to it over again.
The plot kept me at the edge of my seat practically from the very beginning. The pure terror the victims had to be feeling was intense and chilling, especially with the pure evil purpose of the villain who was truly enjoying playing with his victims heads, waiting for just the right moment to show his victims how sick he truly was after giving them hope of promising much only to destroy their mind after showing them what real evil looked like.
My favorite character was Jillian and for obvious reasons as the crux of the story revolved around her and being snowed in with MacGregor who she had to rely on for her very life.
Not really - the book as a whole was exceptional - great plot; good action; fabulous secondary characters and subplots.
I now have to find the second book to discover how Detective Regan deals with the Star killer.
I loved this book, the story is great and I couldn't wait to get back to listening. It begs a sequel with these great characters. but if you don't like untidy endings you might want to skip it.