I was not disappointed in this story- it was interesting and complex.
A satisfying ending.
The court scene where the main character is shot.
The scene where girls go back to the gangster's house.
I used to love Nora Roberts but her stuff started to seem sort of hokey to me. I am glad I took a chance on this one. It has a love story but the main character is very layered and complicated, which I liked. Plus, there was a lot of suspense.
This was an outstanding, listen to all night type of book. I simply couldn't stop listening!
She took the suspense to a whole new level. I can't say enough good things about this book, I absolutely loved it and was sad when I finished.
David Baldacci is one of my all time favorite writers.This book reminds me a bit of his, "Memory Man".
To many to decide.
This book made me sad with the awful family situation Elizabeth lived in, I wanted to yell at her stupid Mother. It left me very tired as I lost sleep because I couldn't stop listening. It made me happy to see Elizabeth defy her awful mother and find her own way. It made me very happy that she found a wonderful man with a wonderful family to finally realize what family love was all about.
Write as fast as you can Nora, I need more like this one!
This is the first audiobook I've listen to for pleasure. I enjoyed it very much and was very impressed with the narrator. The story was interesting, entertaining and had a good sense of humor when appropriate.
Decent story line but predictable and a little too sweet.
This is an entertaining story that seems to be trying to be the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, but lacks the mystery and punch. Things turn out a little too rosy for people who like true crime and action books. The story line holds one's attention and great for entertainment while doing other things.
Moves along. Listened to Gone Girl before it became a film and that was better.
Was probably written to be a film to capitalize on the theme, but no longer unique.
Lack of reality in the character development--a little too much as one might imagine.
I would not want the print version. Julia Whelan's work here has brought me pure listening enjoyment.
I favor Abigale because of her courage, strength and honesty.
A close second is Brooks because of his patience, strength and integrity.
There are many humorous and heart touching scenes. When she reveals her true identity to Brooks and when he gives her a special gift after the trial.
When she said Yes.
This an interesting, enjoyable story of courage on the part of a young woman who is extremely intelligent and resourceful, brought together with a good man. Whelan's narration of the story is captivating.