I enjoyed Slaughter's book. She's top of the game in the genre. She's a good story teller. What pleased me the most was Ross' performance/reading. Rich, vivid characters, each distinct and note worthy.
I've absolutely loved Karin Slaughter's books in the past, especially Triptych. I don't know if it was because the narrator overperformed her role or if the story was just bad, but I had a hard time finishing this. I don't like the idea of a female narrator doing so many male voices...just read the book, please. The story seemed thin and Will didn't foster the sympathy or exude sex appeal as he has in past books - just seemed weak and boring. But really, I was so distracted by the narrator, it might be a better book than I thought.
The book was well written, but the whole plot depended on a character pulled out of nowhere the last 10 percent of the book. It is lazy mystery writing.
I've listened to all of the grant county series and 4 of the Will Trent series. I like that the characters in both series cross paths. I liked this book particularly because the ever so kind Sarah showed a little venom and thus revealed a more realistic human condition.
Say something about yourself!
Too preachy for me. Sarah is such a whiner
After Triptych, it's almost like someone else wrote this one. Won't be get any Karin Slaughter books.
same ole, same ole. Triptych had Will's voice with an accent, so he seemed nothing like he was in the first book.
Anger at all the preaching.
The reader of this book is fabulous. Her pace easily goes with the characters and allows you to lose yourself in the story.
The story, while good suffers from a little bit of whinyness from Sarah. Her character loses her independence, while I understand some of it there is a bit much of it. Otherwise the story is good with a good ending.
Maybe its because I didn't read the Grant County series but it would be nice to get some background/closure on what Lena did.
I'd recommend this book
I'm a city girl who is living in the country and loving it!
This is one of my ten favorite audio books.
When Will realizes that Sarah's behavior is that of a friend rather than a critic.
This is my first Natalie Ross performance. She reads at high speed. It took a few chapters to get used to it, but now I'm comfortable with her reading.
Myst/thrillers and ✨fun fantasies✨are my favorites but always open for a good story.
I love the Will Trent series, Karen Slaughter created a great multi layered character. Another fast moving thriller with some great detective work that keeps you guessing until the very end.
With every book by Karin Slaughter I am amazed. I THINK so far Broken is my favorite. I am a long time mystery reader and almost always figure out the bad guy before the middle of the book. Not with any of Karin Slaughter's books.
Begin the series with the first book and then you cannot stop listening.