In every book, there is a little vacation'
This book really lacked a cohesive plot. The unavailable priest who was the tortured but unavailable love interest of the doctor was such a dramatic part of the story at the start that I wondered why his character just disappeared. There was a lot of driving around in bad weather, mountain lore, and 'chick-lit' jealousy between women -- but the storyline itself did not really have a 'hook'. I would recommend this book as a mild distraction, but not as a riveting listen.
I enjoyeds the story and was interested in finding out what happens next, but the narratation was just awful. If the story had not peaked my interest, I would have stopped listening.
I had never read this author before and wanted to like it. Unfortunately I did not. I found the story uninteresting with no depth. I listened to it all the way through and thought it was written at a teenage level. It was definitely not literature. I know I'm not in the majority, but I thought it was a waste of time.
Used to exclusively read classic literature, but now, w/MS, I listen to gritty, gripping stories to get me through painful, sleepless nights
Apart from a small part of the plot at the end that was a little too similar of some current events, I found this story very engaging, original, and very well written. I liked the narrator... not sure what bothered others about her, but I thought she did a very good job. It was suspenseful, and really held my attention. Couldn't wait to get back to it each time! Good suspense novel without being grisly. I would recommend it.
Following the trail of Iles/Rizzoli once again - a slightly different type this time around. Gerritsen keeps you guessing what's around the corner and makes it hard to use the off button on the player. Being a great fan I loved the book, not so much the narrator.