YES, we love all of his books
Women's murder club, mystery
I would love to hear any of his books on my Kindle
I'm a published poet and avid reader. Love audio books... delicious adult bedtime stories!
Too slow, boring. I.would have shocked the readers and put in a mysterious twist in the first chapter.
I really liked the first private book. The second one didn't disappoint. I have been enjoying James pattersons books for a long time. I'm excited for the next installment of the private series.
Jack is great. But I also like Justine. The interaction between them is great.
They were all great.
I wanted to. But I was listening every chance I got.
Easy to enjoy wothout a lot of puzzling twist.
None comes to mind.
A Good , Strong, Basic story line........
No....I just hope James Patterson puts a little more time between releases giving him the time needed to produce the caliber of books he has produced in the past.......
The base on which the story evolved was weak, repetitive and not strong enough to support a
Narration was good
Looking forward to the
I'm glad this was a short book. I really couldn't wait until it was over. The whole book seemed disconnected and was not a good listen. I like different story lines, but for a short book just too much going on and very little depth.
No, I listen to all James Patterson and will continue
I have not read a bad book in a long time but this one was BAD and BORING. Glad it was only 7 hours long. In between each chapter the pause was so long I thought my Ipod had shut off. Don't waste your time with this one.
that the main character didn't whine throughout the whole book.
the perofrmance was good. the reader was excellant. he just didn't have a lot to work with.
the main character whining over his lost love and what he was going to do to get out of the mess he was in.
it just didn't flow well.
Grandma bibliophile! Audible books make reading with an active life possible.
I would absolutely listen again. This was a good listen, just for entertainment. Second, as I age I listen to a lot of things a second time, CRS has set in or I've nodded off during the book and haven't noticed. (snicker) What a joy!
I don't listen to books like this as
Audible has some great narrators, and Scott Shepherd did a great job with this one. The characters were distinctive, and the inflections were good. None of the monotone - thank God. That'll kill a good story in a heartbeat.
I think I actually did listen to this book in a couple of days - twice. One of those stories that between the story and narrator I was just in it, telling the grandson's to shush more than once. Usually I cut it off, talk to them , then turn it back on. Made babysitting a more difficult job. Hate that, usually! (sardonic smile) This time I tried to turn the grandkids off, that just doesn't work as well, they win; so I had to
The entire book seems like it was plotted to sell copies, but misses spectacular by a very long stretch. However, I didn't hate it. After I listened to this book, I felt the way one does after watching a made for TV movie. It shouldn't make any best seller list, but you don't feel entirely cheated either, just so so. Sorry, I am a big Patterson fan, and I like the narrator, but the story seemed like a hodge podge of material that can be a great thriller without you caring too much about any character.