The twists and turns of the story and I loved the use of two narrators. It added to the separation of points of view.
When the twists would hit..I didn't even see them coming.
They nailed the characters.
I definitely recommend this!
The characters were well developed and made you want to know them.
I did not like the end of the book-very unsatisfying close.
I was very upset that nothing was accomplished or closed.
yes but i would hesitate to read it unless I was promised it would not end that way.
I'm a Joyful Vegan/Artist-Photographer who has become passionately addicted to Audible.
I loved the compelling story, and the surprising twists and turns.
The performances were impeccable. I loved that there were a male and female voice performing.
The "performance" of Gone Girl was the best I have ever listened to. Both readers had extremely interesting voices and made the story come alive!
This is the first story I have listened to by Julia Whelan and Kirby Heyborne. I will certainly search for others that are narrated by these two talented people!
Plenty of twists and turns. For a while there, I was having flashes of The Scott/Lacy Peterson case then ..... I don't want to give anything away, so I'll just say this was worth the credit.
The sequel I hope. Can't wait to see what kind of little monster they produce. Worse than Mom or Dad?
If you like a story with lots of plots and you can't figure out the ending, you'll love this book.
Excellent, suspenseful and well written
no-too long for one sitting
This is a great book. A smart thriller
Male and female readers filling the roles in the book.
Presumed Innocent because it has a similar interesting twist.
They became the character and made the story more interesting
Secrets between partners, a deadly choice.
When I started this book, I felt like I'd never care for the two main characters. One was snotty and pretentious, the other was just a loser. I felt like the writing and the readers were both over the top.
THEN...the plot became clear.
And I couldn't put it down. I carried the book around in my iphone while I dressed and drove to work (and wished I had longer than an 8-minute commute), I listened when I walked the dog, I fell asleep listening in bed at night.
And now I hope there is a sequel. Because I miss the book. I still don't like the characters, but it's sort of a train wreck kind of thing...I can't turn away!
It didn't take all that long to figure out the most likely scenario behind the 'credibility/probability' conflicts between the two (excellent) narrators. But that does not detract from this gripping read. Several of the plot twists were predictable,but again, only because you've gotten to know the well-drawn characters. I couldn't imagine how the narrative could possibly be resolved, and I wonder if the author had the same dilemma. While I found the ending compelling and thought provoking and, on some levels, psychologically believable, in other respects it strained credulity. There are too many loose ends for "it" (lest I spoil the plot) to work out as it did. But still highly recommended.