Harlen Coben brings an intriguing plot to every book he writes. This one is a standout because of the characters. He includes the usual suspects from Big Cindy to Win, but introduces new characters that come alive within a few pages.
Very engaging and well executed story. Great performance from the narrator. The only additional comment would be this book left me want Coban to write a book about Win Exclusive of the Bolitar series. I think this would make a very interesting study in a human mind. Also the action could be amazing.
I like the Myron Bolitar series. The characters are off the wall, but endearing. This particular book as one other person said leaves an ending that will start a young adult trilogy. Quite by accident I listened to the trilogy first, so I know the entire story of Brad. I am a senior citizen and didn't realize that the book Shelter was a young adult book until I got into it. Let me just say that this YA trilogy is awesome!! I couldn't wait to get to the next one and bought all of them for my teenage grandkids. The characters in the Mickey series are very quirky and you will love them. I also just finished another Myron Bolitar book called Home. It was fabulous and incorporated Mickey and his pals . I would suggest that you read the trilogy first so you understand Ema, Mickey's best friend.
Oh - where to begin - the first hour ?? This is a typical cut and paste from Chapter 1 to the end - characters from every "Myron Bolitar" book Harlan Coben has written - none of whom have improved with age - asking the same questions - repeating the same silly responses - so for me the entire experience was disappointing !!
It was difficult to tell one character's voice from another - even the women sounded like men.
If this book had an "editor" he or she should have advised against publishing it.
Forget this one !!!
My second Myron book (my first was the latest, "Home") and I can't wait to go backwards, reading the first 19...or 15.... Always been a big fan of Mr Coben's thrillers, but was never introduced to Myron.
Steven Webber does a fantastic job as narrator and has made the introductions to Myron and his family & friends engaging.
I enjoy Harlen Coben’s books, but I’m in the minority in that I’m not a fan of Myron Bolitar.
I just can’t muster much interest in the world of self destructive, self important sports and entertainment superstars, and I find Myron far too smug for my tastes. He looks down his nose at almost everyone for having less integrity than he has.
The “incident” that kicks off the big investigation: an anonymous rude comment on celebrity’s Facebook. Really? The twists and connections are unexpected, but also pretty far fetched.
I think I’ll try another stand alone book, or another Mickey Bolitar. But probably not another Myron.
Great storyline you won't go wrong buying this one. it's a love story, mystery and detective all rolled into one. The ending is a surprise not what you think!
Glad to have Myron & Winn back. All time favorites. Well-written and well-performed. Classic Coben. Fast-moving but plausible - but not too outlandish, as several other Coben books.
OMG this was the best Myron B story line yet!!! Absolutely loved it!!!! Good plot.. Finally what happened to Myron's brother.., great mystery :) everything!!!!