You did not know where the plot was taking you..so many twists and turns which held your interest.The readers were very good.
When you learned the truth about the wife. When she reveals herself
I'm an avid thriller/mystery reader and therefore very cynical about what holds my interest and how well the story is written and developed. This was a good one.
This is the first book I've read by this author. It was absolutely awesome. Kept you guessing until the very end.
It was performed extremely well. The roles of the characters were read well.
The switch of personality in Amy
They were both done very well. Amy's character brought so much intrigue.
It made me think, for days after. The ending blew my mind.
This was the best audio book I have listened to yet!
Avid Audible Fan, Outdoor Enthusiast, Love Historical Fiction Novels, have always loved books
Love the style of writing, would definitely listen to it again.
Yes, so many unexpected twists and turns in the book. I love it when I can't figure out how the plot is going to evolve.
The tones in the voice. I think I would have liked reading the book, but I absolutely loved listening to it.
One of the best books I've listened to this year. Would highly recommend it.
Not having read the print version, I cannot compare. But I highly enjoyed the audio edition. The narrators were wonderful and drew me into the story right away. Julia Whelan did a great job with the material, making me laugh and really enjoy what was going on.
I can't say that I could compare this book to another one, because all I kept thinking of while listening was the tv show Dexter!
This is the kind of story where the narrators bring the people to life. I could picture this book in my head. It is almost as if I had seen a movie instead. When I listen to a book, instead of just reading, I feel as if I know the characters personally. As if I could meet them on the street as best friends.
Laugh!!! I am sitting here laughing now just remembering it.
I agree with people who say don't read too much about the book. Just get it! Don't spoil the moments by knowing too much.
This book is unlike any I have ever read.
No, but I couldn't believe how sick this couple is.
Unbelievably good story!
It seems as though the author is proud of her ability to write intricate but cliche characters and then later reveal that the cliches were a fabrication. Well worn stereotypes and an abuse of all the good and bad things about New York and the midwest. I'll admit I got hooked enough to finish it, but it left a sour taste. I'd get home from work after 40 minutes in the car and be in a pretty lousy mood.
The book ends on a cliffhanger, but no.
They were fine.
It used some good vocabulary during one scene.
PROBABLY NOT THAT IS JUST BECAUSE I DON'T USUALLY LISTEN A SECOND TIME TO ANY BOOKS. BUT I AM PUSHING MY HUSBAND TO LISTEN TO THIS BOOK BECAUSE IT WAS SO GOOD.
THE BOOK TAKES A TURN RIGHT WHEN YOU THINK YOU KNOW WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN.
COULD NOT PICK BETWEEN THE TWO BOTH WERE GREAT.
YES I HAVE BEEN TRYING TO FIND ANOTHER BOOK TO LISTEN TO THE LAST COUPLE OF DAYS BUT I CAN'T FIND ONE THAT COMPARES TO THIS BOOK IT WAS REALLY REALLY GOOD. I WAS ON THE EDGE OF MY SEAT AND WOULD GET FRUSTRATED WHEN I HAD TO PUT IT DOWN.
THIS BOOK WAS VERY GOOD I DID NOT THINK I COULD LOVE AND HATE TWO CHARACTERS IN ONE BOOK AS I DID THIS ONE. I DON'T WANT TO GIVE THE BOOK AWAY BUT IT WAS TWISTED.
This story was captivating for the many layers and plot twists. The characters are not very likable but are compelling and in the end you find yourself sympathetic. Do people complete each other in other than positive ways? Nick and Amy are somewhat frightening in how they grow to understand each other. The narration was fantastic and a great way to experience the story.
This is an incredibly creative work of art. It may be the great American novel. It describes a panorama of America, in New York and the mid-west. It involves the police, the media and every one else in this crazy society and how we as a society arrive at truth. Although this story is fiction it could easily be true (see OJ and Jeffry MacDonald, among many others). There is no need to go into the convoluted plot about the politics of an American marriage.Read it for yourself