I couldn't finish this book due to the narrator and how unlikable the main character was. The narrator yelled the name Noah so many times and it was difficult to distinguish between characters.
Also, the main character was very whiney and rude to everybody. She kept wondering why people didn't like her. I know why, she wasn't likable.
Enjoyed every minute of it, I am bed ridden and probably listen to 3 or 4 books a week so it is hard to surprise me, this book surprised me and least 3 times.
Worth the read
Yes, but only because I've liked other Lisa Jackson books. If this were the first, NO.
The story itself has its good points but it is melodramatic and circles monotonously!
At the beginning, I loved this narrator. She enunciates slightly differently and in a way that keeps you interested. However, she screams every time the main character does and is as melodramatic as the character. I had to skip whole chunks of the book.
It make me want to scream myself - MAKE IT STOP!
There was not a dull moment in this book. I hope the author has more like this. I listened on my long commute and while I did paperwork at home. It made both far more enjoyable
I have seen a few negative comments but I think this book is true Lisa Jackson. I was taken into the story as if I was actually there. Loved it. The narrorator was excellent. I will always recommend Lisa Jackson books.
This book was a little slow to catch my attention, but when it did, I listened every chance I got!
There are a lot of characters on the canvas, and none of them feels like an "extra." Some are fleshed out better than others. Still, I was sure I knew early on how the story was going to end, then I figured it differently mid story, and still had it wrong until the actual reveal.
Story line was good although it became overwhelming towards the end. When the author interjected sexual thoughts of the characters, they often times seemed contrived and out of place, especially the thoughts of the police detective. And how many times can you use the term "gas lighting" in one book? I think the author exceeded that limit. After saying all that, it was a good book of guessing "who dunnit."
No... I know the ending... duh!
It was SUPER suspensful from the beginning to the end and incorporated just enough sexual tension, etc...
The narrarator was the best I've ever listened to... she could read anything and make it amazing.
When the truths came out! Crazy twists at every moment.
Severe editing would have greatly improved this book. The author repeats herself and repeats her repetitions. She either was stretching out the number of pages or believes that her readers will completely forget within 5 minutes that the heroine is feeling stressed after having her son disappear, being committed to a mental hospital by her husband, losing much of her memory, having multiple murders of people close to her, as well as being Gaslighted. The entire story is at full throttle--almost too much to take for more than a half hour.
No. This one seems to stand on it's own
I quickly got tired of the heroine's dialogue always seeming to be at a screaming level, but that may have been the only option, given how it was written
Weariness: "Oh, no, not again...."
I think more than enough was said