Enjoy history, self help, novels, not a sequel follower.
Kind of slow and unreal in some parts and it mixes reality and out there. Would NEVAH gone over to ridge to find Oscar.
Having never read any Peter Clines before I did not know what to expect. Boy was I impressed! It was very hard to stop listening to the whole thing in one sitting. The story took me completely by surprise and went somewhere I could never have imagined in a thousand years. (The end!! WOW!!) The characters have great depth being both believable and flawed. The narrator was great as well, telling the story without overacting. (There is nothing worse than an awesome book with a terrible narrator!) 14 impressed me enough to write my first review. I highly recommend this book for anyone who enjoys a good mystery!
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The story was suspenseful and creepy but not so creepy that I couldn't listen at night! A fun, suspend your disbelief tale!
Nate! Liked the way his mind worked.
Mr. Porter did a great job narrating this novel.
Definitely. I was completely engrossed from the very beginning. I couldn't wait to see what would happen next and was constantly on the edge of my seat for the last half of the book. I couldn't wait for the next piece of the mystery to be discovered and, with new piece of the puzzle, I was more intrigued then chilled as the truth was finally revealed.
I couldn't choose a specific character as a favorite. All of the primary characters were well-written and voiced.
The narrator did a great job voicing all of the different characters although I did listen to it at 1.5 speed.
It was too long to hear in one sitting but I would have liked to if it were possible.
Mystery, suspense, romance and horror...hurrah!
Never trust anyone who doesn't enjoy reading.
Peter Clines was definitely a fan of the show Lost.
The suspense steadily builds and keeps you enthralled. You HAVE to know what happens next. The final reveal was sad and disappointing but only because I didn’t want the story to end.
The narrator was excellent! I’m glad I listened to this book instead of reading it because it added so much more to the characters.
Absolutely! And I did!
This was an amazing read and one of the best mystery/horror/thriller books I have read.
It's hard to find the right descriptors for this story. It paints a very clear mental picture, which I think easily leads us down the story's path even when it gets a little odd at the end. By that time, you're engrossed in the strong characters and interested in the outcome of their mystery.
I liked Veek the most within this story. I knew she was mysterious and enjoyed her dry humor as well.
The story was refreshing and full of well detailed characters which suck you in. This audio book was ideal for playing during a long, long drive, as there are no dull spots which lose your attention.
Characters were realistic and it was fun to experience the friendships being formed as the story progressed. There were also a lot of good one-liners and some humor in the story.
Tim and Nat. Tim because at some point you figured out he wasn't a book publisher and Nat because he was a great "any man" character and me, along with many people I'm sure, could certainly relate to his boring job.
The first two thirds of the book were really good and mysterious as they tried to figure out what the building was all about. The last part was fun but got a little too hard to believe.
The end is just a little strange. I would make the ending very different.
I don't think he is the author for me. A little too far out Science Fiction to keep me entertained.
Zelah was great! Ray has a knack for capturing personalities of women which is unusual for a male narrator.
I could see it in a movie. Although it would be more of a 3 part movie. It doesn't have enough substance to be a TV series. The stars would be Keanu Reeves and Zelah could be Megan Fox.
The story is well written and well passed. Characters you care about. Great narration. Light and mysterious. Just a really great read!
The off beat story line
Cant give that away.
Just when I should the book should be over it takes a twist. love that!