I love to read espionage and criminal thrillers. My lifestyle doesn't allow time to sit and read so audio books is really an enjoyment.
Patterson done it right here. 1st Chance was good, but this just goes over the top.
James Patterson does it again, excellent book and very good narrative! Keeps you locked in unable to stop listening to.
Loved the 1st to die! Downloaded the next book in the series and the narrators just read the words and it really took away from the story. I couldn't even finish it. The female reader especially was so weak it made the lead character seem so bland and two-dimentional
I really enjoyed this Audible Book too. I found myself sitting and listening in the car for that last little info before I finally had to turn it off. This was even better than the first.
I love the dynamic of these 4 women. Each has their own interesting storyline, while at the same time solving crimes. I would recommend reading "1st to Die" first to get to know the characters, and I plan on continuing on with the series.
decent but, the narrator left alot to be desired. she was sort of monotoned and then read sort of "sing/song" . I found this to be distracting. the plot had a decent twist to it but moved slowly. but this is a nice series anyway.
Someone who knows something about policework and guns needs to edit Patterson's novels. Just for your information: Glocks don't have click on / click off safties. It's highly unlikely that a police officer would have an old 40 caliber service revolver. Revolvers don't have clips. Police officers don't have 20 caliber anything at least not that I've ever heard of. Added to the fact that the same girl had cornrows and corn stalks in her hair makes this a technical disaster
I am a huge fan of James Patterson and all of his Alex Cross novels. His latest characters introduced in First to Die are a fun and different mix. This book definitely held my interest but the narrator was terrible. She over emphasized words and phrases to the point were she made some of the characters unlikable.If you can get past that it is worth reading and I can't wait to hear the third installment. At least the Lindsey Boxer stories can hold me over until the next Alex Cross comes out!