This is a very slow book. The narrator did a good job with the story but I believe this is one of the weakest books written by the Johansens.
narrative was average but really really good story. mystery is very detailed and characters have depth to them
Possibly. My friends think I'm a little weird listening books on my ipod, so probably not.
The story was about my biggest peeve - people trying to control other people. It made me angry. Everyone was trying to control Kendra - just because THEY thought she should do what THEY wanted her to do.
Elisabeth's performance was excellent. She showed exceptional emotion at the most emotional parts. It was her performance that kept me listening.
No. I don't need to go to the movies to get angry.
I don't know why I had so much trouble staying connected to this audio book. The reader was OK... Not a fan of romance tucked in to suspense novels - to me it detracts from the story.
I am an audio book junkie! ! In my real life I am an ER RN and Mom to a teenage son.
I really enjoyed this story, Kendra is a formerly blind persin who regains her sight at age 20, due to those years of blindness her other senses are VERY VERY acute. She notices rhe most minute details bc she uses ALL of her senses not just her eyes. It is probably strerching it a bit how acute her senses are but not so outside the realm of possibilities to make it absurd. Because it COULD be real it makes a great story. Her character is rigid at times, prickly, she offends others easily due to being so intelligent and having others not believe her.
Her partner is just as unique in different ways and therefore was a loner who did not play well with others until he met and manipulated Kendra into helping him. The partnetship/adversarial relationship they have is what makes them so good together.
i definitely recommend this book and look forward to the 2nd.