This book was a huge waste of time. I used to like Harlan Coben but haven't read one of his books in a long time and will probably avoid any future attempts. What a tedious slog this one was. It seemed to have been written by a child and lacked any sense of believability. Can't remember rolling my eyes more while listening to a book. Just wanted it to be over. And the over-the-top emoting style of Scott Brick is always abrasive. Save your money and try something else.
While the story line was fine, the narration of this book was awful. I am not sure why everyone is giving Scott Brick such rave reviews. If he spoke at a pace that people would normally speak, the book would have taken half as long to listen to, would have been easier to follow and would have just been a generally more enjoyable listen. When there is a sense of urgency in the writing, there should be a sense of urgency in the reading. Instead, every single bit of dialogue was dragged out and read way too slowly. It was completely monotonous. I couldn't wait for this book to end.
A lot of twists and turns that kept me interested in hearing what happens next. This is my first book by this author and will give some of the others a try.
I'm not a frequent reader of fiction, but this one was well worth the read. I couldn't figure out who did what to who until the very end.
Awesome, with plenty of twisty turns to keep you up late listening. Thanks also to Scott Brick for lending his terrific narration skill. I rarely review much of what I read but I highly recommend this one.