This is the second in this series. I love the characters! Kirsten Potter reading brings them alive for me. Tami Hoag's writing is always wonderful and this is no exception. The ending is a surprise as usual!
yes It was a thriller with a twist.
Not being able to know the killer till the end.
All the Voices and accents...she is great.
I enjoyed the first book a whole lot so when i realized there was another one revolving around the same characters i just had to get it. I really was disappointed though, while in the first book you can relate to everyone perfectly, nobody really mad any sense to me in this one.
I loved the first book and fell in love with the protagonist too, she seemed like such a strong woman who could overcome anything, but in this book there was simply too much drama going on for my taste. Everything was going way too fast and things got confusing which was why i had to stop at some point. While the first book was the kind of book you just could not stop listening to and had to take everywhere with you just to know what happens next.
This one leaves you rather disappointed. I think the story is a great idea, but what really annoyed me was that repeatedly things like " This does not happen in a city like this" etc. kept coming up, also I really hated that the vies switched so much. I don't know, I really would not recommend it...
I enjoy the main characters and their relationships with one another. The story was well laid out with twists and turns. I never suspected the end.
Yes, I listened to the first book in this series and one of the reasons I bought the second one is because Kirsten was reading it. She is very very good.
It did make me laugh in few places, angry and worried some in parts.
I will "read" the next installment hoping for more involvement of the kids. It's one of the things I liked about the first book. But overall, I do enjoy the series. :)
Probably not as I now know the plot. Too many other good books to listen to
Love Anne and Vince
I find Tami Hoag's writing style very engaging.
Parts of the book made me want to continue- a couple of parts bordered on ridiculous and made me LOL(don't think it was the author's intention)
The main character experienced so many life threatening situations, it was ridiculous.
Yes, I definately would!
Deeper Than the Dead
Yes and no because I wanted to savor it.
No, not really
love this book! Love the characters. So far this is my favorite narrator. I loved the twists & turns & the "who done it' in this book!
Like most audible readers, I am usually doing something else while I listen. This narrator's voice changes are so subtle and there are so many women in the book, I frequently have to rewind to find out who was talking -- especially in the beginning when the story line is developing. She also plays with a Brooklyn accent that sometimes sounds like a Jewish accent. Very frustrating. Tami Hoag's books are excellent as always, but I am disappointed with this quality and hoping the next book is better (even though it is the same narrator), since I have already purchased it. My first audible book by Hoag was narrated by Scott Brick, and you can hardly top his work. Keep writing, Tami, but get a new narrator.
Kirsten Potter has become one of my favorite narrators! She has a very good tone to her voice and doesn't make the characters sound unbelievable.