Middle of the road, not the best, but far from the worst.
The main character, she showed grit and determination, albeit there were times when she did get a bit out of control, crossed lines most wouldn't. Made you think either she was really bold or really stupid.
The voice range, did males and females pretty good.
Enjoying one good listen after the next!
What starts out as a very plausible story line devolves into a rather unimaginable plot. . . but then, isn't that what fiction can/should be? Truthfully, I'd be engaged with any book read by George Guidall. . . love his voice, inflections and perfected pausing and pacing. A believable medical mystery it is not. But a fun listen, it is.
This is my favorite!! I read this years ago and loved it, but wanted to listen to it to. Well worth it!!!!!!!!!!!!! Tess is amazing at keeping you at the edge of your seat. The characters were brought to life, and love or hate for them is well developed.
Didnt really have a favorite, they were all great!
So far my favorite.
Yes it was so good I couldnt stop.
That the girl did not give in to the preasure of the group
none that I have read
the lead woman she was a tough cookie
when they were taking the children from there home land to be the doners
It was a little confusing at first when they were taking the children but It worked out ok
About the middle (3.5)
Yes, It's a medical thriller and my friends like that kind of suspense.
Yes I have, he's top notch. One of the best. I think I have listened to 15+ stories he has narrated.
No, It's kind of a quwissey subject, I had to put it down and wait till the next day to get into it again. I lke good old fashioned Murder stories. Tess G. is an excellant writer, I really like her style, The love story in this one taints it a little.
This book really sucked me in because the premise is so believable. We all assume that out doctors are above reproach, but what if they are motivated by something other then the desire to heal?!
Yes but only if they're into grizzly medical stories
Great vocal characterizations
When the Russian boy and Abbey are in the dark holding each other
I'll be getting myself some more Tess Gerritsen