It kept your attention and was a goose chase that was wild but not too crazy. Lots of memory issues, not flash backs, the truth was hidden.
Was surprised about the way it ended but not like some of it was not comming. You could see it to a degree, but not so much that you knew exactly who and why right away.
He has issues doing women charaters, not the best but was okay overall.
No it was closed. The only thing it could follow up with was the guy in jail, and that would be a pre-qual to this book, which would be cool.
This was a quick summer read, not a lot of mental issues, no major thought required.
I read a number of his books and I must say that this is the most gripping and the most moving that I have ever read. This is the kind of book that you sit in the driveway and listen to and make everybody wait for dinner
I think Mr Coben is obsessed with lost love and beautiful women! It is a little tiring. I have listened to three of his books and now I think I am done. While the convolutions of the story can be interesting, his constant focus on the women he has loved and lost is repetitious and boring. Really? They cannot all be beautiful and unavailable all the time! That is until, the end of the story when he gets the lost love of his life.....
"Scott Brick could read us ANY story and make us love it. He is incredibly gifted; the many voices, the timbre of his voice,lolli"
This was a terrific book! Complex characters and their interplay with one another make this mystery a total winner. Scott Brick's narration is flawless. He is so good at bring the story and the characters to life that it is like watching a movie. He and Coben are an A-plus team!! More of both of these guys please! Oh, and hold onto your seat for the surprise ending!
A very creative way to keep you on edge. It's like trying to solve a hand full of detective cases, in one story. I liked it, some thing's could have been left out but I guess it set us up for some confusion.
Some of the logic in the book is poor. Attempts to build suspense with week devices. Like the way the hero (a DA) is treated by the police with very little incriminating circumstances. Didn't make sense. This type of bad logic crops up in other places in the book.
The ones that stick out are representative of the bad logic mentioned above.
No. I wish I had listened to the preview first because I don't like his style and have struggled with another book by him. He has a clipped and almost bored sounding way of reading. It isn't convincing when he tries to be dramatic. It's a bit like listening to Captain Kirk. This style infests his dialogue as well making his characters often sound the same as each other.
This was my first book from this author. I was impressed with the style - amd Scott Brick always does a great job narrating. if you like a good mystery, this is worth a credit!