An excellent listen. Price's writing style and ability to tell a good story along with Bobby Cannevale's wonderful narrating skills make this a must listen. Highly recommended!
Excellent novel, seems a natural for the big screen, if it hasn't been there already.
This is a good "airplane novel", entertaining and witty. The narration is simply superb, right up there with the late lamented Wolfram Kandinsky.
This is an amazing read. Bobby Canavale takes this book and runs with it. If you like Law and Order, you'll like this book.
I listen to books while I walk, and this one kept me walking for 6 miles!
good, basic cop story, not as fantastic as reviews implied. No earth-shattering insights. Kind of like a long episode of The Wire. Narrator's smoker's voice is appropriate to the tone of the book, but got grating after a while.
I wanted to like this book, and the narrator is just awesome, but I found it very hard to follow. I stuck it out to the end, and by then I was completely lost! I listen while driving, which is probably not conducive to this particular novel.
I agree with the previous reviewer who said this book was like a screen play. Heavy on the dialog, it places the action in the background. I ended up skipping to the end (something I never do) after two-thirds of the way in. I just couldn't take the boring speeches by the victim's father, who figures heavily in the plot line. The ending was also very anti-climatic, much like The Wire.
Characters not real to life. Plot is so ;thin one falls through the ice!I guess the author just got tired, and ended the book. What a waste of time!
Okay, I did listen to the entire novel. The narrators voice is pleasant and same for all characters.
Scenes change much too quickly leaving me puzzled. But hey the plot is very thin if at all. What city is this taking place? I thought New York but it's not.
At the beginning we learn that a young man has been fatally shot. One suspect is interrogated. Then it's bits and pieces of conversation but no actual investigation.
At the end of this I'm guessing the author dropped his pencil and his notes got jumbled.