I anxiously await every John Sandford novel and this one did not disappoint. Davenport is terrific and the book will keep you wearing your headphones late into the night.
I have only read a couple of the Lucas Davenport novels, but am quickly becoming a fan. Especially after listening to Invisible Prey. I liked the charactors and the twists and turns of the plot. The book didn't appear to be just a carbon copy of previous novels in the series. I look forward to the next book.
The story was fair. The narration was poor. I thought the story had potential but was disappointed. Just when I thought the story was about to get really good, the author took a turn taking it to a very mundane place. I did listen to the entire book. I have great endurance.
Not sure I would read another book by this author.. I thought the story was slow, Leave it to Beaver reruns has more of a mystery than this novel.. The "Bad Guys were boring and this story was just plain stupid...
I was looking forward to this listen based on other reviews. I found the story line intriguing but the language and attitude of the adult characters was crude and juvenile. I do not object to harsh or crude language as long as it is woven into the story and the fabric of the character's psyche. But here the vulgarity came across as gratuitous and unnecessarily repetitive. The indifference and superficiality of the characters was tedious. I tried but failed to like or identify with anyone in the story. There are much better books in this genre I am sorry I wasted my time on this one.