Stayed away from any spoilers prior to reading and it was not what I anticipated. Good read, well written, but a sad commentary on America's thirty-something, post recession, twenty-four hour news followers, social media obsessed lifestyle. I did not identify with the characters, despised them both. A good read that kept my attention but overall, the ending was weak.
Way too much vulgar language.
I liked how the story switched back and forth between the perspective of Amy and Nick.
The male voice needed to be more manly.
The story is great it builds up and you think she's gonna get what she deserves ...I expected a great finally but that's not what i got. But then again I like happy endings where is my hero and why didn't the villain got what she deserved? Oh well....Nevertheless I enjoyed it very much.
The narrators were good.
But the book itself is a bleak depressing tale about terrible immoral people with a villain (it will take you a while to figure out who that is) who is unrealistically, umm, villainous. There is no humor here, nothing redeeming about the characters.
The start fooled me. I thought this book was going to be phenomenal. But it got really bad around halfway through. I wish I had stopped listening then, because while things got more interesting later, it didn't get *better*. I wanted a thriller, not a horror story. This book has made me paranoid and I'm not even exaggerating.