This book up there with the rest of Catherine's FBI thrillers.
Good plot kept we wondering who was the villein.
I think both Jim and Deanna did a great job on all the characters. I like both a man and woman's voice when there are both men and women characters are speaking.
Yes, but I could not.
Would like more books from Coulter with her FBI team.
It was an interesting twist bring a past and present together. I did like it better than Split Second. The children in the book bought some life into the story. .
It is not a bad story line it did bring you up to date on other characters in a previous book (Target).
THE NARRATION ON BACK FIRE MAKES YOU WANT TO GRAB YOUR I POD AND THROW IT OUT THE WINDOW. I LISTEN TO TONS OF BOOKS BUT THIS IS PERHAPS THE WORST NARRATED BOOK THAT I HAVE EVER PURCHASED. I WILL NEVER PURCHASE A BOOK WITH THIS INDIVIDUAL DOING THE READING. THIS WAS A COMPLETE WASTE OF MONEY
CUT THE HORRIBLE BABBY TALK OUT OF THE BOOK. IT SOUNDS TERRIBLE
DO NOT BY THIS BOOK IT IS TERRIBLE
Bad story, ridiculous dialog - really don't waste your time.
People don't really talk like this.
Have someone else read the book.
I really couldnt listen past 3 hours.
Jim Meskimen - yes. Deanna Hurst - never again, unless she promises to never do a child voice again in her life
The story was one that brought you back to old characters and old friends. Lots of very corny "cop talk".
I have turned many people on to this series. I like the suspence and the characters. I do think that I would recommend a book to the audiobook.
I liked the protection details on Ramsey Hunt, how Eve watched out for him and his family.
I think I would prefer to hear a single male narrator instead of the male/female interaction. I found that the dramatic voices were really distracting. I really liked Jim's voice but though Deanna did amazing at differentiating between the female characters, I would prefer just a male voice for this series.
I had no extreme reaction. It was easy to walk away from due to the narration. Emma didn't seem like a regular little girl. It distracted me. Her character didn't seem realistic, too perfect and plastic. I will probably read the next book instead of listen.
I don't want to ding this book at all, however I really appreciate honest reviews by other readers. I like that there is no graphic sexual interaction but there is great tease between Catherine's characters. I will always be looking out for the next Dillon Savich/Lacy Sherlock story. Thanks Ms. Coulter for a great series with awesome characters.
Although the two readers were disconcerting at first, it quickly became internal to the rhythm of the book.
Catherine Coulter'other books in the series. Robert Parker's Spenser series
Not that I am aware of
The friendships and the love.
Not really. Too much predictable gore as it moved into the climax.
"He said." "She said." too often. Sometimes a male voice, then a beat, then a female voice saying, "he said." Sheesh - no exclaimed, or shouted or cried, just 'said'.
Narration really slowed down the suspense and hampered the storyline. Are these narrators tired of doing this?
Sometimes male and female changed off with each other with no rhyme or reason, just enough to make the story not flow.