Readers who like to hear the F word used as plot, theme and story to excess.
Definitely not, slow and discusses the F word on every 60 second segment.
Narrators are good.
It is misleading, Katherine Bailey has OCD with sex more than door locks. It is a good example of the decline of literature in western civilization.
If you like to hear the F word used repeatedly as literary form this book is for you. Save your money and just write the F word about 1000 times.
Married "mom" of 3 crazy dogs and 1 cat! I developed a love for reading just after college & only recently for audio. Loving it so far!
This book is everything a psychological suspense should be! It is told by the main character, Catherine, in alternating chapters of past and present. If you do not like flashbacks, you won't like this book!! If you don't mind them, this is worth the read. I truly did not want to put it down. It was slow at times, but still kept me reading to see what was going on. It was spine chilling and creepy throughout.... Leaving you questioning who is really good or bad & who is really crazy!!! The ending leaves you gasping for air!!!!!
The time jump format was confusing for a while but it did help the unfolding of the story. The narration is in, what I assume, is its original English form, while the printed book has adjusted words. I loved hearing the narrator. Her reading performance added so much to the story.
This book had everything you could want in a thriller!
The reader was awesome, both were in fact. Five stars across the board! I we we had more books like this one out there to choose from!
I LOVED LOVED LOVED the narration of this book! The accents are spot on & it was read with the PERFECT amount of tension, causing me to be horrified, nervous & excited all at the same time. I couldn't stop listening!
The narrators did a wonderful job with this story. I lost a lot of sleep because I didn't want to stop listening. I am hoping there are more novels like this from the author in the future.