Not at all
Everyone got on my nerves too bad the good turned bad.
As usual Lena got on my nerves. Sarah was a bit crazy in this one. Lena has seemed to take over the series. I have a feeling she will have her own series. I don't really like Lena so I think I would tire of her fast. Sorry one thing I need to say and this is about all stories you have strong characters and the reader sounds like a teenager. Why is it when it's basted on a women character a man will read or the other way around How are narraters picked?? Does anyone know?
I Love to listen to books more often than reading. Audible gets me through the day and night more especially when I'm working !
This was not a great follow up from the last installment but.... overall it was ok. I will go on to download the next book in the series with hopes that it will make up where this book lacked. The main characters like Will, Faith, Lena, Sara and some extras are defined. I like how the writer pulled characters from other books that are not in this series. Luckily I knew who they were (the employees from the diner). This allowed me to really connect the dots on where I'd heard them before. Hopefully by the end of this series Will and Sarah will be together and he'll kick Angie to the curb :/
I am the mother of three grown children. I own a horse ranch and enjoy listening to Mystery/Suspense novels and Personal Development books.
didn't know who dunnit until close to the end. love that! highly recommend this book.
I recently completed Karin Slaughter's Grant County books and now find myself deeply involved and enjoying the Will Trent series. I love the crossover with Sara's character and I find myself hoping that she and Will Trent will end up together the more their lives entertwine. Ms. Slaughter continuously does an amazing job with character development and I really enjoy learning new things about the personalities of Will, Sara, and Lena with the passing of each book. It was a little surprising, given Sara's education and otherwise forgiving nature, that she continues to blame Lena for Jeffrey's s death and I thought it strange for Will to have an aversion to Lena as well considering her similarities with his Atlanta partner, Faith. Perhaps his feelings are more strongly sided with protecting the interests of Sara.
All in all, another amazing read (listen) and I can't wait to start the next one in the series. Karin Slaughter has yet to disappoint and I fear that will only happen when she stops putting her creative mind to paper.
This is a captivating read that quickly reels you in... from the first page it seduces the reader and starts the slow tick of wheels spinning in an attempt to predict an ending. When you're certain you've connected the dots, a curve ball is thrown to keep you teetering towards a finale.
The ultimate unravelling did resolve a little quickly for my taste, hence the 4 stars rather than 5, but all in all an excellent read!