I've listened to so many audio books over the years and this one in particular stands out. Lisa Gardner's short, clipped sentences work very well in audio format. The story moves at a cracking pace with just the right amount of detail. The other vital component is the excellent narrators, particularly the main voice who has a delivery that is crisp, wry and absolutely perfect. One of the best I've listened to.
I agree with one reviewer that it is hard to read about sad circumstances which involve children, but this book is so worth listening to, and WOW the readers are just exceptional. "thumbs up for Lisa Gardner"
This book was a great book!!! Could not stop listening!!! Storyline was great!!! Suprising twists and thrillers!!!! Cannot wait to read other books!
The narrators were fantastic and the novel even more so. It was creepy and captivating but also glowing with love. This will for sure be added to my favorites along with another novel by Lisa Gardner: Catch Me
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This is a very powerful and terribly sad book. I think normally I would have returned the book but I have a history caring for children like those in the story. I stuck it out till the crazy end.
I have never read a book that covered this topic so intensely. I became angry with the detective's accusatory way with the nurse who was clearly a devoted worker in a fiercely difficult job. The detective seemed be in awe of her own big offensive ego.
The book has a number of narrators, with similar voices, at times it was hard to keep track of who was speaking.
You will not want to have kids if you see this film.
This story was pretty gripping for the most part. Creepy, unexplained moments that bordered on paranormal or spiritual. I feel it wrapped up kind of silly, though.
Love Kirsten Potter, Rebecca Lowman.
Don't love Anne Marie Lee. Her style annoys me to no end. Too contrived. Every last word if her sentences reads like some life lesson. Or, she reads like she's trying to sell diamond rings. "Give her the gift...of diamonds"
sorry for the AML hatefest =/