I enjoyed the story line and always enjoy Scott Brick as narrator. Kinda wished though there were two narrators for this with the many characters but it was very good.
Riveting. Story performance top notch. Scott Brick is an extraordinary readers. You will enjoy this.
I love to read and listen now too.
No not really. Nothing was extra special and the characters were dull.
I saw the outcome long before the end was in sight.
He was OK, a bit dry for me.
Not until it was a movie on TV
I like Harlan Coben, just did not care for this one.
I usually enjoy Harlan Coben's books, but this one seemed disjointed. Perhaps if I had listened to the last 2 hours, I would have understood how the subplot related to the main story.
I never finished the book. The overly dramatic narration drove me crazy. He dramatized every sentence. I wondered if he was reading the words, but with no comprehension.
Yes I would listen again. Loved the suspense but a very typical ending.
Although this book is good. It was mostly to pass the time away. Typical for TV movie book.
This was my first Harlan Coben novel, picked mostly because I'm reluctant to delve into one of the myriad series novels that are so prevalent in the mystery/thriller genre. I was pleasantly surprised by the twists and turns of the plot, and I immediately looked for another Coben novel as soon as I finished this one.
Unfortunately, it looks like most of Coben's novels are read by Scott Brick, whose narration of this one was SO bad that I kept wondering how this guy even got a job as a narrator. 99.9% of the sentences are delivered in a ridiculously over-dramatic way. I felt like I was on a rollercoaster with each one, starting out slowly and quietly, then louder and more DRAMATIC at the top, then settling down toward the end. For example, "Carol went to the REFRIGERATOR and TOOK OUT a BOTTLE of SODA! and then closed the door and turned away." (My sentence, not Coben's, although even the most ordinary sentences were delivered this way).
The narration was so distracting that I considered dropping this book many times. But the story was compelling enough that I slogged through.
Tell us about yourself! I enjoy diffrent authors. Some of my favs are the Ken Follett series, some suspense and mystery .
Could totally happen
Yes because it kept you guessing what was going to happen.There were so many people intertwined into this big mess
When Adam's Dad went looking for him in the nightclub
Prescription for Tragedy
Really makes you think how one poor decision on anyones part can lead to so many poor choices.