I most definitely will listen again this is one of Patterson and Ellis's best. Great characters very good story line. Never boring at all.
Abby was such a real person and always thought through things as the story went on how she handled the prison stay was so real and so scary that something like that could really happen. She was so honest and didn't fall apart like you would have expected. She just was so believable and so sensitive. A good friend she showed such compassion for people. A very strong woman.
Ecellent reader and she brought the book to life. I listen to many audio books and a reader can make it a great experience or one that you just turn off and put of the shelf. The drama and the ways she expressed the action in the story was very very captivating. It was hard to put this down and take a break.
I think the time Abby found out who really was the cause and how it effected 4 women so overwelmingly was one of the best parts because it was the last thing she would have suspected. When Abby was such a fighter with the court. There were so many good parts I look forward to listening to this again.
Great authors,reader you could not ask for more. A must buy.....
I would make it easier to follow the plot. I guessed from the start (as we were meant to, I think) "who done it". But getting to the why and how was hard to follow.
No. It said it all. zzzzzzzz
Narrator was very good.
Really, really good
The twists and turns kept me on the edge of my seat. Seldom was it what I thought it would be.
The characters, both male and female were convincing.
I am listening to it again as I write these comments. Truly enjoyed Guilty Wives.
Tell me about a good book. No other gifts necessary.
No one with any appreciation of real literature would enjoy this book.
I doubt that I'll ever listen to a book by this duo again.
The narrator may have done a better job had she just told the story, not concerned herself with overacting each character's voice. This is the worst narration I've ever encountered - like nails on an old chalkboard.
NO none, absolutely not a single one.
Do not purchase this book. You will be sorry.
No, once you heaar the story and the outcome, no point to doing it again. I would rather spend time on a new book.
The performance was excellent.
No I have not.
Just outrage at the way other countries treat suspects.
This the first James Patterson book I've read or listened to and it'll be the last. I feel like I've wasted the time listening. It was one of those books they could have shortened to a very short short and it wouldn't have lost a thing.
Not sure but, it won't be a James Patterson book.
all of them.
I love books because they transport me to the real past or imagined future. I don't have time for T.V.
Ugh. The thin plot dragged on and on and on. Yes, it "made sense" in the end but it was several hours of my life I will never get back. You know how it is....you're a third of the way through and you think, 'Well, it has to get better...right?' It doesn't. It was like a train wreck, though...I couldn't turn away. I HAD to get to the end to justify the purchase. So disappointing. Patterson isn't what he used to be. Caveat emptor.
I am a data warehouse admin with 2 kids and a long drive to work/drop off schedule. I love to listen to audiobooks during my commute!
The story was a bit predictable, and I felt miserable for the characters during the middle of the book, but it held my attention. I loved the reader though...great performance - I would definately listen to her again.
Mean, contemptuous, and nasty as applied to all the husbands.
I really hated the premise...to the point I almost didn't finish the book. It was so well contrived, however, I ended up enjoying the story.
I would listen to this book again with the knowlege of the conclusion. It probably would be interesting knowin what I know now!
The characters are all interesting in an odd sort of way.
January LaVoy was a main reason the book was so interesting. Forgot It was just one reader and just kept to the plot.
I have never been disappointed with any Patterson books. What ever he writes, I will read......