Totally has all the twists and turns I have come to expect from this author, definitely worth the credit!
I always enjoy her vocals.
Ambiguously Intriguing Suspense
I would compare Catch Me to Carnal Innocence (Nora Roberts) because both are pleasing mystery novels that had me fully engaged and dubious till the end.
I have a very active imagination, so I can't say definitively that the story was better due to solely Kirsten's performance. However, that isn't to say that I didn't enjoy her acting skills. Out of my audio books listens, she is one of my favorite voice artists thus far.
My eyes slightly started to water during the climax. I was just sadden by the muddledness of it all. Side note: I am purposely watching my words, because I don't want to give anything away.
Lisa Gardner has gained a new fan...I plan to listen and/or read all of her books now!!! I also will look for other books narrated by Kirsten Potter, since her voice and differentiation amongst the characters' voices were very pleasant and discernable.
I love books! Fantasy, Science Fiction, Romance, or Thrillers...from JD Robb to Steven King! I <3 them ALL!!
The book was hard to keep up with until it was over half way thru.....half the time I caught myself listening but not paying attention because I was trying to figure out who was who constantly.....
I like that it was about a mentally disturbed person and the effects of that......and the effects of getting away.
Been a little more expressive with the characters....I could not tell which chapter was which they half the book.
It was worth listening to but I'm not excited to get another book by that author......it's ashamed too because the book could have been very interesting and intriguing!
Friend of God... Saved by grace... Mother of 3 gifts... Wife of one... Worship dancer.... Educated by God, Academia and Willy Wonka...
This book was intense - I cannot think of a better word. The characters were developed and the storyline realistic (a little too realistic). I did not want to keep reading (intensity at times) but I definitely did not want to put it down!
Audio book lover, wife, mother to three boys. I listen whenever I'm alone and can put headphones in.
But it wont be my last!! Very good story. Didnt find myself bored through this one, in fact I found I couldnt wait to listen to this one. I have several books I'm lostening to at once and out of those four I was listening to, this one was completed first. Good stoey, not so predictable. Narrator wasn't horrible, actually was pretty good. Good story, good narrator. You wont be disappointed.
I have not read the print version, so I cannot compare.
I like Charlie. That woman has been through a lot, but she becomes more resilient.
The scenes with the little boy (forgot his name) especially when he played on the computer. All his scenes were important, and one in particular left me speechless. They weren't necessarily my favorites, but they solicited the most emotions within the story.
This book took me on a roller coaster ride. I cheered, laughed, and cried.
The narrator did an awesome job! I could feel the pain, tension, and drama in her voice. Ms. Potter is a master.
good book for mystery fan. performance was fun to listen to, giving good visual impressions of characters thru voices
when what i thought was "predictable" was not... nice twists
easy to identify with the characters and their conflicts. can hear the frustrations and fear
even if you think you know...you don't
Tell us about yourself!
This was such a great book.
It kept me guessing all the way to the end!!
The entire series is GREAT!
I ran out of credits and PAID for this book (that's how great the series is).
These are such great detective books and I even really like the narrator.
This book was ok for me all the way around. The premise was interesting - a woman approaches Detective DD Warren, explaining that she's going to be murdered in a few days, and she wants DD to have all the information she needs to find her killer. The woman, Charlene Rosalind Carter Grant, believes this because her two best friends were murdered the same day, one year apart. That day is fast approaching.
As interesting as it was, that part of the story didn't quite live up to the hype for me. I thought Warren spent too much time trying her best to discredit Charlene, and not enough actually trying to figure out who was trying to kill her. And there were so, so many side plots. Enough that I was having trouble keeping up with who was who and who belonged to which side plot. There was a string of murders she was trying to solve, a child molestation side plot, internet predators, DD's own life as a new mother trying to balance home and work, and another one involving DD trying to get through a visit from her parents; it was a lot for one novel. The narration went back and forth between Charlene's first person chapters and DD's third person. There were occasionally very short chapters which were some sort of instruction in how to kill a person and get away with it, presumably by Charlene's would-be killer.
Kristin Potter did a fine job with the narration. There wasn't anything stand-out about it, either positive or negative. I would certainly not shy away from anything else she narrates.