Kept my interest
It told about somthing that is probably happening in our back yard.
When Adam decided to come forward
It kept me hooked up to the very end without loosing interests. Each time i came back to listening to it, it was effortless and pleasant. When I drove it kept me going... I did not even mind the traffic and all that what you hate when you drive to work in Chicago.
The plot was not that complex but it was dynamic enough to make it a good audio book. Too complex plots are, are more often than not, unsuitable for audio books. You don't get lost in this story.
Sure! He gives a nice performance. Makes the story alive!
A good thing to kill time when on a treadmill or jogging or in traffic commute.
Wow, it was not what I thought it was going to be. I kept wondering how is all this going to connect? And then when it did. Wow!
This was my first Harlan Coben book and, as a parent, I found the premise both challenging and thought-provoking, while as an educator I continue to be astonished at how few parents realize how vulnerable their children are to online predators. This book demonstrated how children are usually much more technologically savvy than those who are charged with protecting them, while having fewer skills to recognize when they are being controlled and/or manipulated by others (making them doubly defenseless). The story line was believable and current, the characters seemed real, and the ethical issues as seen from the viewpoint of parents, their children, their friends, and law enforcement kept me thinking about the story (and each individual's pressures and choices) long after I finished "reading" the book. I will definitely be reading more of his books.
I'm not really sure why people dis Scott Brick. I enjoy his narration.
This was a great book. I do agree that the last 20 minutes was a bit on the 'slow' side, but I appreciate that nothing was left hanging, and that last 20 minutes made sure there were no loose ends hanging.
I enjoyed the story very much. I thought it was quite insightful of love, trust and the unexpected turns fate can have in lives. Well worth reading
Even in escapist thrillers (and I do love a good mystery, thriller and even the occasional Stephen King escape), you need characters you can care about. I suppose if you find helicopter parents and their spoiled, self-involved children compelling, you will enjoy this. I did not
I loved this book and the narration. Couldn't pull myself away from my ipod. Kept wanting to listen to just one more chapter. Harlan Corbin is a master writer of suspense and of keeping you on the edge. Very fast paced and entertaining...I would definitely recommend this Audible selection.
A good story line for everyone who has a teen at home. Parenting is difficult even when you think you know what's going on. This story deals the the issues of where do you draw the line on invasion of privacy and good parenting.