Listening to this as a parent n grandparent it was very scary. So scary that although my main listening time is at night when I waken n would rather vanish into the world of fiction than my neurotic worrying mind, Harlan Coben had me listening to this book during the day. It got so intense I listened in the car and the morning I only had 1hr n 20 min to go I chased my husband out of the bedroom because I could not not find out how all the storyline ended. OMG. Coben once again brought them all to a completely satisfying ending.
I really enjoyed this book. It had lots of nice twists and turns to keep the story moving and keep me engaged. I definitely recommend this one by Harlan Coben,
I guess I'm a baby...I just love to be read to.
This Coben book was kind of hard for me to get into. I never really got attached to any of the characters but like most of his books, there were some captivating parts that drew me in but not his best by any means.
I just recently found Harlan Coben books and so glad I did. This is my third to listen to. I have liked every one. They have all been books that capture my attention and hold my interest throughout the entire book. Looking forward to listening to more by this author.
I used both. The printed version is a little easier to follow since there are so many characters and the book jumps from one to the other very often and you can miss it if your not listening carefully
I enjoyed following along and trying to figure out how everything connected. There are many characters in the book but it's not hard to form a connection with most of them. The last 3 chapters had me on the edge I couldn't wait to find out how it all ended but when it did I still wanted more. It's a great read, you will get sucked into it and it will have you thinking until the very end.
I like both Harlan Coben and Scott Brick very much.
Consistently whiny narration by the female - great when the line is written snotty - lousy when the line is to deliver anything else.
Holy cow YES! I stopped so many times, thinking didn't the selection committee notice her, me, ME, ME, ME, meeeeeeeeeee sentence demise? I wouldn't hire anyone with such an impetiment if they were to work with people. It was very difficult
If you can get past the female narrator, perhaps the story would pick up.
Why say Scott Brick is narrating, then put on the whiny woman? Probably because he has the good reputation and she's... she's.... well, not someone for whom I would ever pay (again) to listen.