no it was pretty good
its up there with the others
velvety, buttery goodness
yes I could
kept my attention
I liked all the suspense, but the murders were to graphic for me. I'll keep reading Harlan Coben because he is one of my favorite authors. This one didn't suit my fancy.
I enjoy Harlan Coben's books, this one had the great twists & turns but it also had a lot of information I didn't care to hear about. It is one of the few times I wished I had the abridged version.
The narrator is okay after I get used to him, he always makes me think of Paul Harvey.
In typical Harlan Coben style this book is a roller coaster ride! There are several story lines that switch back and forth and keep you trying to figure out what they have in common. He expertly weaves them all together for a climactic finish.
I think Hold Tight is one of the best novels I have listened to in a while. I would have given the story five stars, but the part of the child wanting to do damage to the people who hurt her bothered me a bit. I will say this is a type of book that should be read by eleventh graders with adult supervision as it has great insight into how parents should or could be guardians of their children.
Yes, the plot did keep me on the edge of my seat and the ending sent me into a tailspin. It was something I never expected.
I think Mike was my favorite character. Scott Brick read this book superbly.
Oh yeah, did I ever. I may have to listen to again during the winter months when there is time for just sitting and listening.
I would consider this book a must read...or listen.
Harlan Coben never ceases to amaze me with his literary talent. The storyline was rich and engaging, if a TINY bit far fetched. The characters were believable, and Scott Brick was brilliant in his narrative interpretation of the book. An excellent listen!
The story was very well constructed. There is very little cursing, and what is there is mild. I like that a lot. The narrator really annoyed me at first- and I mean for about half the story. Finally I quit focusing on his strange cadence and intonation, and just enjoyed the story in itself.
You have to pay attention to the change in characters speaking. One scene flies into another & you're left dumbfounded rewinding trying to figure out what happened.
Beyond that with patience you learn it's a pretty good story. The premise was a bit weak but the upside is you don't see it coming.
They storyline had a way of puuling you in. I could not turn it off...
He moved in out of charter flawlessly.
I'm not a parent but I do have nieces and nephews.That stated, The scenarios within the book did not seemed far fetched and brought up a lot of moral dilemmas.
Great read/listen for anyone interested in technology and how it is changing the family dynamic and the way we interact/react.