This captured my attention right away, I listen when I drive to work and wanted to stay in the car to listen to this book. Loved it!
Kyle Craig finally meets his end and it felt good to know his saga is over.
Yes I would. The book read like a movie, very fast paced.
Yes it was. I was always engaged. Braugher's narration was outstanding.
I admire how Cross does his best to balance home and work. Being a single parent, it is a difficult task. Especially, when work crosses over to home.
I was on the edge of my seat from the beginning of this series. But in the beginning of this book, the scene between the Mastermind and Max Seigel had my heart pumping.
I am new to Audible.com, so this is my first time listen to Mr. Braugher and Mr. Sander's performances. I really enjoyed both and can't wait to listen to I, Alex Cross.
I have no idea.
Been a fan of Alex Cross since Kiss The Girls. Hope there will be more books in this series.
A really ignorant person
It would not be Patterson.
Mark it with a warning, 'foul language' and 'boring'.
Tell us about yourself! I like to be transported by a good book.
This book was truly on fire from the beginning to end. Once again with James Pattersons books I was literally pulled in to the book. It was an excellent read
Yes, especially if you are an Alex Cross fan.
The way that Patterson brought Kyle Craig back into the mix.
I love Bree and Nana they keep the warmth to Alex Cross.
Yes I really enjoyed the narrators.
Gonna listen to Kill Alex Cross soon. Hope it is as good as this book.
I really enjoyed the new book. I am glad Craig was such a big part of the book. It was tense that he was so close to Alex all of the time. I did not have an issue with the narrator, like some people. It took a couple of chapters to get used to him. I did have an issue with the ex showing up, out of the blue, and then gone again. Leave little Alex alone; poor kid.
Can't wait for the next one...will it involve Lidnsey in SF? That might be fun.