"I can't go out today. Really sorry." translation, "I just found a book that I can't pass by."
The story is great, appropriate for teenagers. The narrater was good, and the plot is not as complicated as his adult novels,, but was still entertaining. Also loved how Myron is back in the game and how Coben eludes to even Win, though not directly by name of course.
The characters were also well written and well developed.
i would recommend Coben's adult books more, but if you want a book to pass time and not be confronted by too serious a plot, as with his other books, this would be great.
Not in the top 10, but I listened to the end which means it is not in the bottom 10...
The most interesting aspect was that it has a smooth story and a good building of the mystery...like all Harlan's books. the least interesting- It is missing the speed and the dialogues of Mayron's series and lack's the characters like Win etc.
I think so. he is making this average listen worth more.
Harlan is still my favorite
It's just a fun listen.
The other Coben books. I am really enjoying the YA series. Looking forward to the next one.
I don't really have a favorite.
I'm not that creative
it was exactly the same as the 1st book
The whole thing
I think it must be an error. It was the same as the first book
As of all the rest of the Bolitar books this one starts out fast and doesnt slow down thruout. Great listen. Only wish I would have known that "Shelter" was the first of the Mickey series.
What a disappointment The characters seem to have been stolen right out of "Saved by the Bell" complete with a Screech and handsome teen hero. The story line was so lame I didn't even bothering to listen to the end. Shame on you Mr. Coben.
Certainly. I love the Myron Bolitar novels.