I found Karin Slaughter through recommendations from audible and I am so glad I did!!! Her Will Trent series is gripping, every story is so woven and complex. I love the mystery of each case and the gory details. Warning for those with weak stomachs, this story is riddled with unspeakable actions so if you can't take pain and horrible crime it may not be for you.
great story in the fact I had to keep rechecking dates & times to keep each step in order....And I never did get it until the very end! Enjoy!
I doubt I would try another book from this author
confusing, hard to follow, jumps around and drags
Narrator was fine
Some parts were good, then the book would jump to a different decade. Never got the gist of the jumping around.
The performance by Kathleen Early was a little irritating at times with her southern drawl. It drug out a little too long I think but all in all it was a good book
The plot was interesting but the narrator used a deeper voice for the main female character and a higher pitched voice for the male. it made it a bit confusing to follow sometimes.
Apparently there aren't enough "normal" crimes to go around. A bad guy who kidnaps women and chains them in the basement isn't enough - no, he has to sew their eyes and mouths closed and sew them to the mattress for our titillation.
CSI and Criminal Minds suffered from the same arms war. They started out as excellent, compelling crime dramas, but several seasons in, each show had to outdo the previous. Each bad guy was more bizarre, more psychotic. I quit watching, and I quit Criminal half way through and won't be picking up any more Karin Slaughter.
Found myself putting it on in the middle of the night. Story line was good- a little long in the middle, but I understand the need for the background. Great narration!!
I LOVE her books and Kathleen does an incredible job of narrating. I have to say I'm completely hooked and will be starting my next book in a few minutes!
This book ties together so many things in the series. It's unbelievably brilliant how Slaughter has woven this web, this particular installment is the reason it all makes sense. Beautiful and dark!