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John Glover is a wonderful narrator.
emotion, he brings a voice to your imagination
Ted Dekker has an awesome way of blurring the line of sanity and insanity. He evokes emotion in his writing. And is wonderfully tasteful, intensely scary, and excitingly unpredictable.
Superior! Knife-blade suspense that will keep you up late & keep you turning pages. A classic Dekker mind-bending thrill ride that plunges the reader into a rush of adrenaline again & again. Chilling mystery, soul-searching drama, endearing romance, & a host of memorable characters will drag your mind into a deep, dark depth that could only come from the mind of Ted Dekker.
Enjoy the ride.
I PROBABLY WILL. IT WAS VERY TENSE AT TIMES. THE FIRST HALF WAS NOT THAT GOOD BUT THE SECOND PART WAS GREAT.
IN THE SECOND HALF. TENSION GALORE.
ROWDY. BUT THEY WERE ALL DONE WELL.
THE WHOLE SECOND HALF WAS ENTERTAINING.
OFTEN WHEN READING WE LOOK FOR THE PROBABLE EVEN IN FICTION.
THIS BOOK IS NOT PROBABLE. BUT I LIKED THE BOOK VERY MUCH.
unpredictable, intriguing, edge-of-your-seat-exciting
As the story goes on The Bride Collector kidnapps many women. When one woman in particular is kidnapped, all I could think was I did not see that coming!
It is awesome!
I love magic and fantasy
I don't know who would enjoy this book. All I know is that I didn't. It is the first book in all my years with Audible that I was forced to quit listening.
I think I would return to other kind of books, a little more thrilling and less boring.
I don't think that it is the narrator the problem, the problem is the book, it is confusing and boring.
I would cut all the crazy people that are at the institute. They are soooooo annoying!!!!
don't waste your money or your credits on this one, find another thriller worth of the word (because this book sure isn't worthy of being called a thriller!!!)
It's terribly close to a "Penny Novel" ...the ones you can buy at Gelson's in the Magazine Section. So...elderly, lonely ladies I guess.
Better research and much, much, much less repetitions and explanations about things he'd just clearly explained.
He has a nice voice.
The book starts out promising and completely deteriorates in the second half. Totally murky message too. Oh well... nice narration it was.
A stronger female protagonist. I do not like romance novels at all, so I did not like those moments in the novel however they felt very cliché.
I should have investigated this more before I purchased it - Had I realized at the time it is published I Harlequin I would absolutely not have gotten it.
I am a retired Court Reporter and I LOVE books. All kinds of books but my favorites are mysteries and period books. I like civil war books and some biographies.
This is one of the strangest books I've ever read or listened to. It took me awhile to really get into it. I'm not crazy about male narrators trying to do female voices. However, the story FINALLY took over enough to make me forget the female voices. I think a lot of the stuff the main character had going on in his head could have been completely left out. I was not expecting Nicki to go like she did. I would recommend this to be read.
i don't think so; I would need to try first. The trouble here was that there were glowing endorsements from other 'readers.' It's makes me wonder if any of them can be trusted. I have never read a Dekker before and I am sorely disappointed. Not sure above Glover; he reads it all in an 'over the top' kind of way' like it's a bit of a satire, maybe it is but I'm not getting it. Perhaps it's supposed to be funny but I'm also not getting that. Simply put, it's just plane silly!
definitely from an author I know and trust
too many smokes and over dramatized!
the do'er of the dirty deeds; he is just plain too silly for words.
there's that word again - silly; and if you like silly melodramas this this is for you...
I must admit that this started out a bit slow but got very exciting. The characters are great.
I haven't but I wasn't thrilled with his performance. It took a bit to get accustomed to his style.