It was an enjoyable listen, but not a stand-out. It kept my interest but I kept waiting for something exciting to happen.
Eh. Pretty predictable.
None of them really stood out.
Yes. someone will do it. I won't go though.
I found this a very refreshing story. Very engaging, keeps you guessing all the way.
Yes. The story kept my attention, characters were believable and memorable.
Edge is an overstatement, but it held my interest.
He adds some great voices and intonation.
I run and walk while I listen to stories...but I found myself on the other side of town in no hurry to get home.
Can't say didn't read it.
Somewhat. Some things where easy to figure out
Neither. I under estimated the wife.
Good book will recommend it.
Not really - I picked the big twist at the end 10 minutes into it and only really listened to make sure I wasn't mistaken.
This book didn't grab me and books written in first person narratives can sometimes work - like the Lincoln Lawyer, but this one didn't have the same intrigue.
He delivered the story well and played the characters OK
this book was really good. I would sit in the garage not wanting to turn it off in my car. Although some of the plot points were hard to believe the action was quick and completely captivating. Great narration too. Can't wait to read more of this author.
This was a very good book, not what expected, hard to predict and it kept me engaged and desiring to get back to it until it was over. I recommend this if you want a good novel. The narrative does ok, but certainly far from one of my favorite narrators.
I bought this as it was recommended by Audible, I suppose because I like Michael Connelly stories. Really interesting story with a lawyer angle, it kept me wanting to keep listening and stay in the car, and listen very time I was in the car. It doesn't get better than that for me.
the detail is a little too much.
this was my first book and not hopeful on any more
the dragging was better with his reading would have skipped if not for him
wonder more about lawyers and there morals