The Michael Bennett series is excellent. This one in particular brings out how crazy minded some people can get over good philanthropic ideas that does good for the world.
Patterson never let's you down. You can't beat good writing and good narration. Bring on the next book then sit back and enjoy.
It was okay. Listened on a long road trip. Fell asleep during part of the book. It wasn't exciting enough to keep my attention.
No, not really a fan
story was great (as always), but I HATED THE SOUND EFFECTS - the spookymusic(?) in the background - and especially the various characters sobbing and crying! I would much prefer just a simple narration - it doesn't need to sound like a radio melodrama!
I love books and life.
I wouldn't recommended this book. The other books in series are good, however this one fell short.
Most memorable was when the Bennett family had agent Parker over for dinner. Let the craziness begin!
I would pick the original narrators from book 1.
The only part that made me laugh was the dinner with Agent Parker.
Sad that this book was NOT as well written as the others. My hope is that the rest of series is written better.
love the readers in this so it made the storyline even better and interesting. especially love the person readin for Mike Bennett!
the series is great
James Patterson is always good for a quick, captivating read, and I've enjoyed the Michael Bennett series thus far. However, Worst Case was very weak.
There were virtually no twists, and those that did occur were lame. The most significant "surprise" was the killer's motivation, and that was the biggest disappointment of all. The moment it was revealed, I felt as if I'd wasted my time up until that point.
On the positive side, John Glover does a fantastic job narrating the villain. And the chemistry between the main characters is believable. It's just a shame that it was wasted on such a uninspired story.
If you plan on reading this series, I recommend that you borrow this book from a friend or the library. It's not worth your money.
I like the Michael Bennett series and enjoyed this listen as well. The story line was okay, but I really appreciated having multiple narrators.
I have become a James Patterson fan. I find in this as in his other books we get right into the story and he keeps me anxious for when I can get back to start listening again.