A female narrator for a story with a strong female protagonist.
No! Not even Robin Cook books.
He wasn't female. For me, a female narrator works better for a strong female lead.
As Robin Cook's editor I'd say: This story is too much like Coma. The first half is very good. The second half is pretty much "Are the bad guys going to get her?" "Like Alien!"
I did not like his voice at all, and he seemed to rush through the reading. Maybe he was as bored with it as I was!
I could not recommend this book to anyone. The story was weak, the characters unappealing, and the ending - wasn't! I slogged all the way through this and then found the author chose not to bring the story to a close.
I keep thinking I will give Robin Cook's novels another chance because I enjoy medical thrillers and he is so well known. But this is the last one. Not worth the money.
The New, New World of Science Engineering Meets Reality in 2013
Enjoyed the creative visuals including the descriptions of Colorado.
Maybe but I would be wary. I tried to like this book. I listen to app. 15 books a month and this would not make the top 100.
I expected a better book given the reviews.
an ending that was a bit more satisfying. Only excitement was in later few chapters
Should have expanded the lead in to the ending.
The longer the book goes on, the more implausible the storyline becomes. The characters and their motivations just don't make sense. We're ultimatly expected to believe that the heartless CEO is so overcome by lust for the young scientist that it interferes with his business decisions.
The ending is abrupt and unsatisfying. It appears to be an opening for a sequel.
the narration...the story..the beginning was so boring...
he just isn't easy to listen to
I only got into about 4 chapters..not worth it..was a struggle to listen that far
I love audible books. The performance was great but the end just ended. I hope there is another book on the way for the characters sake. There has been a lot of character development and now I feel like I know them.
It is all good
this was a great sequel to Death Benefit, taking Pia Grazdani to a new level of her hair brained and very dangerous investigations.