The book began in a disgustingly sexually oriented book. I read a little further but my reading was supposed to be for pleasure and what I read was revolting. I usually like Baldacci books and have read quite a few of them.
Yes. Great plot line and readers are very good.
The entire book kept my attention. Couldn't wait to start listening again on my way to work.
Just completed this book and WOW! I couldn't stop listening. I didn't read The Whole Truth but that was ok. Ended with a twist that wasn't expected. Highly recommended.
Shaw, quickly becoming one of my favorite characters, returns in a great new story. After finishing The Whole Truth a year or so back, I was looking for anything that might pick up the character again. This is a great listen, holds your attention with lots of action and characters developed well enough for you to know who they are but not so well that you aren't suprised at new developments. Ron McLarty does another excellent job of narrating, making each character come alive with a different voices, accents, and expressions. This is a great book.
Normally I love Baldacci but this book was a bit disappointing. The violence in the torture scenes were painful to read. I almost couldn't make it through. And the relationships between characters never really got off the ground. It wasn't terrible but it wasn't great. Just okay....
Very interesting and good book. It is worth your time and a typical one for Baldacci
ok so the narrator was a little confusing at times, with the accents etc. but the story was good, fast paced, good characters and kept me focused. The ending was a little abrupt and I would have liked to have had some further development or closure with the Pascal character.
This book is about a group of Israeli people who stalk and murder anyone who has killed a Jew, without trial. The book goes into graphic details of torture that are sadistic and very repulsive. It is also poorly written, with poor variety of words. It is also poorly narrated.