Mother of 3, grandmother of 6, retired nurse and substance abuse counselor. Thrilled to have the time to read or listen to books again.
i really enjoyed this book. the author was quite successful in bringing in a variety of twists i did not see coming or expect. i only guessed right on one of them prior to its disclosure at the very end. not a real page turner or keeping you on the edge of your seat kind of book but entertaining and the story line held my interest.
the narrator did an excellent job as well.
I don't usually listen to a book more than once but if I did, this would probably not be one of them. Having said that, I still very much enjoyed the book.
When Alex found out the truth.
No, this was my first experience with Mr. LeDoux. No complaints.
Not necessarily, although I did want to keep reading because of all the twists and turns.
There was always something going on; just when you thought you knew what would happen, the author would head down another route. It definitely held my interest.
Kept my interest throughout. I guessed some of the ending, but not all. Will look for him Adam Mitzner in the future. The narrator reminded him of another one, but can't say who it is--no matter I enjoyed him.
Learned the workings of a defense case that was not so much about truth as it was about process.
I ENJOYED THE BOOK ,BUT IT WAS NOT ONE OF MY FAVORITES.I PREFER MORE GRIPPING SUSPENSE BUT OVERALL IT WAS A GOOD AUDIOBOOK. I DON'T REGRET PURCHASING IT.
I decided to widen my genres of listens and gave this book a try.
It was truly enjoyable and kept me enthralled from start to finish.
The narrator was excellent and I enjoyed quite a few surprises
and chuckles along the way!
worth a listen!!
I have not looked at the print edition so I cannot say. The narration by David LeDoux was clear, appropriate, and compelling to listen to.
Alex, the central protagonist, was probably my favorite character. He's not precisely likable but at least he's complex and multi-faceted.
I loved his voice. It is a full, rich, baritone. Furthermore, his voice is very expressive and he modulates appropriately if he is shifting to the dialogue of a woman or a 5 year old girl.
It was gripping but too long to plausibly listen to in one sitting. I was very intrigued so I kept wanting to turn back to it. I listened to this while working on the elliptical, the strength-training machines, the bicycle, the tread-mill at the gym and it got me going to the gym every day which was my goal.
I cannot wait for Mitzner to write another. This book may not be Shakespeare, but it's a great gripping read. There are many mysteries and surprises in the novel and I don't want to give any of them away so I am cautious in my commentary, but suffice it to say that I wish Mitzner had dozens of other books for me to listen to!
Mitzner adds an interesting twist to an already entangled story.
Adam Mitzner's writing flows well and brings legal fiction along at the level of John Grisham's writings. Looking forward to more.
Liked the characters and the tension; Loved the corporate law issues as well as the criminal law; As good a read as a Grisham novel.
mystery that delivers! the ending is the cincher since we are left not knowing who the real father is.