I had no problem with sound quality or an "echo"
I found this book a depressing slog of buildups and disappointing anticlimaxes. A roller coaster ride with long, drawn-out, hauls to the top followed by disappointing drops; leading nowhere, except to more incessant whining, few if any tangible clues as to what is real and what is not, and failures; all along, to validate clues and ground the reader.
I found the characterization of the husband annoying and unpleasant, which made me wonder if the author intended him to be really unpleasent or if the reader was misreading him.
All in all I found this a frustrating and depressing read.
I do not know how this made the best sellers list. In concept it should've been an amazing tale. Unfortunately it misses the mark and you are left waiting for something to happen. The narration is good enough if not a bit slow. But, how can it not be slow when sluggishness is the tone of the story.
The story was intriguing enough to keep me listening. But there were times when it moved so slowly I considered giving up to move onto a different book. The reader does a good job of portraying different characters in the book, but at times was so melodramatic that I had to cringe. The story itself had enough twists to keep me guessing almost until the end. You'll discover the truth well before the heroine does.
Loved this book. Nice twist. Kept me guessing. The narrator was good but I felt she made the character sound far too whiny and melodramatic at times. It wasn't bad enough to stop listening though.
This is a great book, I would definitely recommend this to someone looking for a good stand alone read. This is a getaway book, you will want to devour it on a weekend away. The characters are multifaceted, the story is full of twists and turns and you don't know where you will end up until the very last.
I feel like the only real thing that happened was in the last two chapters. The whole concept is good, but overall I was disappointed and almost frustrated. And the reviews built it up. I thought it would have been way better.
The novel by its subject required a lot of repetition as Chrissy learns about her life anew each day. It was a slowly developed story that could have moved a bit faster. However, the author does an excellent job of putting you in Chrissy's place. Well written and read.
Probably one of the most boring and predictable books I have ever read. Watson writes well, but the story is bland and very repetitive. I could piece together a more exciting book about the amnesia I get after a Friday night of going out.
This book was thoroughly engaging until the ending. It's like the author had to make a deadline and just finished it very predictably.
I am not sure yet.
Orlagh Cassidy was excellent. She brought the right amount of emotion to the characters.
This book kept me on the edge of my seat until I fell off from the predictable, disappointing ending.