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I would probably not recommend this book to a friend. It was a fairly good book, and highly suspenseful. It carried suspense on every page, and the horrors of war. Although not set in a war, the occurrences within the novel were both horrific and realistic. In addition, much like war, it was a heart breaking novel. If you are a parent, and can read this novel without tearing up at any point, have your pulse checked.
The best thing about the novel was the end. I almost gave up on the book early on, but hang in there, it gets better and the end is worth ghorre.
Don't listen to this book where children can hear it.
I enjoy listening to great detective mysterie & also great thrillers. I enjoy books also by Vince Flynn, David Baldaci including assasins.
Oh yes. Great story and kept you interested till the last word.
Oh yes. You never knew which way it would turn.
When they were running away from all those armed men in the mountains.
Yes when they were able to stay in that home and they became a family again.
Blake Crouch was new to me. I am glad he was introduced to me. He is a GREAT mystery and thriller author.
Maybe, I'll have to see about the narrator. The story was interesting but I really started hated the narrator's female voices.
It was a fast paced book.
This narrator had a really poor female voice. They came off as being super whiny.
Yes. Good story, good voice acting which made a great tense book. The pacing was good and kept me on the edge of my earbuds. It left you just long enough to gasp for air before you dived back in.
The Cell by Stephen King and The Day of the triffids by John Wyndham. Similar premise as the cell with half the world turning against itself. It reminds me of day of the triffids because of the meteor shower.
I liked how he performed the bit players in this book it really made me feel like each one was different.
The print version might have been better for this book. It took a while before I could get into the book. I'm not sure if it was the book itself or the narrator. However, I struggled with the narrator in this book. The story itself became quite intense, and it was difficult to stop listening at times (despite the narrator).
A lot of the dialogue was painful to listen to as it seemed that all conversations were on the same level of emotion. The narrator didn't seem to use much intonation, if any. The dialogues felt very choppy. Perhaps that was the intent, but it didn't serve the book or the readers very well.
This is one of those edge of your seat, stay up all night, intense books, one of the best listens I have experienced in a long long time!
I love to read... love to listen while I walk my dog, Sally Jo.
Could be a good listen but the narrator's female voice got on my nerves. The story is interesting enough to hold you attention as you wait to hear more of the story; I just couldn't go on though.