I love to read and listen now too.
Patience, Betrayal and Marriage.
Hard to give this answer without spoiling it it any kind of way, but she was truly one of the most dark, brooding and intellectually scary characters I have encountered in quite some time. Amy was in my dreams from time to time while listening, and still pops into my head once in a while, and this is after finishing the book over 2 weeks ago!
This makes it memorable in the truest sense of the word. Too bad she was not cast and portrayed as such in the movie. I was so let down here.
Really good emotions, and real nice to have a male voice and a female voice, not just one reader doing both.
Absolutely. Without a doubt. I had my ear buds in at every available moment.
I may even get the kindle edition so I can read it too.
A super satisfying listen. A poor excuse for the movie, but that is most often the case as we all know. This story left me so happy that I am single!
Sarah J Wells
Voice actors were great. Story was very good. Not sure if I would have liked it better had I not seen the movie first. First half dragged but I knew what was coming so I kept going. I did like all the extra details the movie had to leave out so t wasn't Titanic-length.
I normally don't like "thriller" books, but this one struck gold. Captivating story, fantastic character study, and finally--FINALLY--dialogue that sounds realistic. Despite the bizarre events that take place, I felt myself getting sucked into both Nick's and Amy's minds and they seemed like real, flawed (yet fascinating) people I could find in real life. I did not expect any of the twists and turns that unraveled as the plot deepened, and I was kept on the edge of my seat through the whole thing. Definitely going in my favorites!
It started out boring and finally became interesting after listening to half of it. Then it became ridiculous and I couldn't wait to just finish it and get it Done!
An exploration of the mind of a very frightening psychopath and her victim. Just like a huge spider playing with its next meal. A more vicious remake of Scarlett O'Hara. I hope there is not a sequel; it would be too troubling to read I almost feel like throwing up. Poor Nick.