I have listen to all my Faye Kellerman's books about 8 times now. The stories stays interesting. Ms. Kellerman has the capability to create the image of the characters in such a way that they are alive to me. Thanks for these books. I hope other books will soon follow. Lastly the Narrator is the best!
Even though it was hard for me to build interest in the story at first, the more I listened the more it grabbed my attention. In the end I thought this book was fabulous.
The book was pretty good except fot the stupid ending which was too co-incidental to be acceptable to most readers. It kept my interest for most of the book and provided some suspense and plot twists. Not great but not bad.
I don't read all of what Faye Kellerman writes but I do like her books that take place in California in the present. Although this book was very interesting and well written, there were some bizarre coincidences that detracted from the overall enjoyment. The story will keep your interest right up to the end though. Overall, an interesting read but not one of her best.
This book had me wondering until near the end. I got really mad ten minutes before the end when the battery ran out on my MP3 player. This book is well worth the money.
Yes & No. I liked the plot line, it was an interesting idea. But while I LOVE George Guidall when he reads the Longmier series of books, he doesn't do the characters justice here.
Pluses & minuses.
Not in this series. All the female characters sounded like Victoria Moretti from the Longmeir books to me.
I was distracted by the narrator; didn't like his reading at all. It was hard to keep track of the characters. He has an irritating voice. I've liked many of Kellerman's books but I've always read them not listened. Maybe her books are better read than narrated or maybe another narrator would have made a difference.
This book had a good basic story line, but the character relationships and "coincidences" were just a little hard to believe. Not my favorite whodunit, but it did keep me entertained.