Addicted to audio books, I average 6 to 7 per month. I am never without my IPod even when I sleep LOL! Favorite author Lisa Gardner
Lisa Gardner is truly a master!! Anna Fields is one to the most talented narrators of all time! Together they are an unstoppable team! This books is one you just can't put down! Simply AMAZING!!
Reading has always been my guilty pleasure. I would take stacks of books from the library. Now I listen to Audible.
I am really enjoying the Lisa Gardner books. I can't wait to hear what will happen next.
This book, about the trauma of women subjected to rape, is an odd mixture of murder mystery and soap opera. The feelings of the women, and their survival or recovery, are described in great detail. In addition there is a really intriguing plot of really horrible actions by an extremely clever villain.
Loved this book. Kept you on the edge of your seat at all times and truly appreciated how it didn't leave any loose ends at the end. Worth a listen.
Several unexpected twists in the plot, likeable main characters, thrilling. The theme makes you think about victims in the world.
Avid reader and listener!! Love books! I am usually reading one genre of books and listening to another genre. Best of both!
This was absolutely worth the credit. Fast pace, captivating and keep you coming back for more!
This is an amazing book, with wonderfully real and engaging characters as well as a totally original and very creative plot. The narrator's voice can get a bit annoying at some points of the story, but it's worth it for this unabridged version. The abridged version doesn't work at all. All 5 stars are for the story.
Great characters, fast paced, interesting twists. Keeps you interested from the first hour to the last. Good narration, easy to listen. Put this on on your wish list.
I like unabridged books...one gets a longer experience, and the character development enhances the enjoyment. But not in this case. This book begins with a very clever plot, which raises your expectations, then drags you through hour after hour of the women feeling terrible about their rapes. Not much character development, just continual mind yammering about the horror, the horror, the horror. Same for the cop who lost his wife to cancer. The unfairness, the unfairness, the unfairness. When the plot does resurface, it becomes stupider and stupider. Over half way through the book, the brave, superwoman character blows the cops away with the idea that not all rape victims report their rapes. The cops are amazed at this insight! It gets worse. Suffice it to say that if any of you think the authorities would allow a hideous serial killer to meet for the first time with his young daughter-through-rape outside the prison, I have some timeshare that I know you'll adore. The book can only be enjoyed by those who enjoy soap operas and have a talent for suspending skepticism. This is one story where the abridged version will be much more enjoyable. And if you can find an abridged abridged version, so much the better.
Of course this was written by a woman; because this plot could not happen if the men characters had "men's intuition". I can't really explain further without giving away too much. It is a mystery after all. Let me just say that one of the "victims" in the novel had a way out of his/her trouble and didn't think it was important or also had amnesia.
On whole the novel was very predictable.