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Yes! I did not want to turn it off!
Yes, it kept me guessing until the end. It was full of suspense!
The main character, Ava
If I didn't have a book to read-I would listen to this again-especially looking for more clues now that I know.
had me guessing throughout
voices of others-helps to have a visual
-you don't want to know-
A GREAT Narrator And a GOOD Story!!!
it was different from what I normally listen to. the story was intriguing and held my interest !!
was when Ava almost threw Jewel ann over the second railing....
YES! I really liked all the twists & turns in the story!!
I REALLY Enjoyed .....my first L.Jackson novel am on my Second one Now!!
I've read several of Lisa Jackson's books...and this is as good or better than others. However, the narrator was very distracting. She never seemed to get the *flow* of the story, and seemed to struggle with the voice changes and the overall feeling of the story. I will listen to other books by Lisa Jackson, but not with this reader. She needs more coaching or maybe a director.
Have been trying out new authors and Lisa Jackson is one of them. I liked the book. Found the premise likable. It reminded me of a '70's creep movie. Crazy house, creepy family.. 'Don't Look Now' , I'll pay you if you stay here overnight kinda weird. Even self admitted in the story itself. There were a lot of twists as others said but sometimes too many, sometimes predictable but it didn't really keep me on the edge. Was a little overacted by the narrator but I did like her. Weird house, weird killer, not sure how necessary murders or some of the ppl. I agree with the slow start, was definately that. Not good. Not bad. Just decent. Loosely borderline "kitschy".
If you are looking for a book with lots of twists and turns, this is your book. A little bit slow at first but picks up midway through. Kind of a cross between a romantic novel and a who done it mystery. I must admit the main character drove me a little bit crazy. Ava is supposed to be a strong willed business women. Some called her a tyrant and/or a 'bit**". Her son Noah is taken or drowned when he is two and this is where the book begins. I am a mother and grandmother and I can only imagine what Ava would be feeling, but she turns into a weak, sappy, blithering mess. A bit too whiny for me. That aside, the book is a good read and definitely worth the purchase.
The book was entertaining enough and I would continue listening past my commute to and from work...but (without giving any of the story away) I feel that the ending maybe wasn't thought through well enough... could have been stronger or just different.
i am addicted to audio books. I always have one on in my car, or on my i-pod when I'm cleaning or shopping. I always have loved to read
I love this author, but this is not her best book. Plot to involved
I would say that the book is not one I would purchase again
The reader is okay. I could listen to it and do other things
I liked that my attention was kept during the whole reading of the story.
The reader was very convincing especially when she heard Noah crying.
The ending wasn't quite what I thought.
I don't think so. The story seems interesting, but the reader's screaming is driving me crazy. A good choice for Whispersync.
So far, how annoying the 'screaming scenes' were.
Heaven forbid no!
Hoping there aren't TOO many instances where the reader feels the to 'act' instead of READ.