Likes: Dean Koontz, Lee Child, Janet Eveanvich, Jennifer Crusie/Bob Mayer, Harlen Coben....a real mixed bag!
I love Harlan Coben, but to be honest, I had grown tired of Bolitar, so I had stayed away for a while. This stand alone novel reminded me of why I fell so hard for his books in the first place. I couldn't stop listening after the first few minutes. Worth the credit!
The story had lots of twists and turn and it kept my interest to the last page.
This book has made me want more from this author and appreciate editing crime mysteries even more.
His delivery is always fantastic. I have never been disappointed in any book he has
If I had to cut a character if would be the Bloom's boss.
Sometimes I have a hard time getting into a book right away, so when I am finished I like to start again to paint a more vivid picture of characters and events.
I LOVE Audible
This story is gripping, I can not stop listening. Scott Brick's presentation is amazing, he does suspense/thrillers very well. Love this style of book.
If you like escape from reality with a little thrill, this is great... I have just downloaded more of Harlan Coben's work.
I will always listen to a book performed by Scott Brick, but doubt that I'd use a credit to buy another from Harlan Coben.
This is another stellar performance by Scott Brick. I have listened to several of his other performances and when I see a book that is highly rated AND see that he is the narrator, I usually jump on board.
God, I hope not.
This is one of those books that, after getting to the end, makes you say "That's it?"
I almost abandoned the book after about 3 hours, because the character development was horrible. I didn't care about anyone or make any connections to them whatsoever. I finished it because I thought it would eventually get better, and Scott Brick was doing a brilliant job of trying to carry the book through to the end.
kept me glued to my ear phones. Great characters and interesting story lines which keep you guessing
Detective Broome is relentless!
Scott keeps you engaged in the story by his magnificent story telling.
loved the ending, never saw it coming!
It seemed very disjointed---no good transition between character's stories and I normally like Coben's books...
I love Brick's voice and presentation, but again, found the story difficult to follow
One of the best books I have listened to. I love Scott Brick, but didn't know the author. The book is well written, characters deep and believable. I certainly recommend this to anyone, the story is great, you get lost in it, will defo get more of his books.
Scott Brick brings out the emotions of the characters, he does it with so effortlessness that I cannot imagine anyone else reading this book.
I heard it in three sittings - and that was only because my phones battery ran out one of the times.
Lot a hoopla about this one, but I have no idea why. Even Scott Brick couldn't save this story. It wandered around, to and fro, this and that, to the point one no one longer cared. Not really. Enjoyed Scott's reading, but not too much else.
Major conclusions drawn on thin evidence. A corrupt cop that gets away with it. and a killer that confesses for no reason. Got through most of it at double speed. I love Brick, but he didn't fit here.