I loved it and love lisa gardner the book is full of suspense and it ties into another book that gives a good twist. if you like garner books you will love this one.
Being from outside of Boston, it was hard listening to the narrator trying to read with a Boston accent, I wish she had just read without the accent.
The storyline was okay, not on my list of favorite Lisa Gardner books.
Santa Cruz, CA
If you like phony accents
I've read Lisa Gardner’s entire D. D. Warren series, though she’s just a cameo here, and this one lives up to her storytelling virtuosity, well maybe with the exception of a never ending description of the protagonist. My complaint is with the reading by Elisabeth Rodgers and her phony, ugly Boston accents. Why can’t these narrators just read with normal inflections?
It was a bit on the cheesy side for me. Felt like a lifetime or made-for-TV movie type book. Ultimately I was only half interested while listening.
I don't believe I read the print version, but yes, I'm sure I'd like the audio version better
yes, for the most part--because the cast or characters has so many good suspects, and even though you may suspect who the real culprit is, I didn't even get an inkling of who it was until the story was almost over
I love any narration that is full of voice flection and many different characteristics of a characters voice
yes lol but thank goodness I didn't, gave me something to look forward to
I've read many Lisa Gardner stories and am always impressed with where her stories go, which keeps me a devout lisa gardner fan--I've even suggested her to a few fellow reader/listeners
I don't know, but I'd sure like to have recommendations on stories similar to this one!
I can't say how much I enjoyed this mystery. The characters were so well developed and interesting and I ended up caring for them even though they were pretty flawed. I feel like these kind of secrets are in SO many families these days - and we would never guess it.
I'm one of those people who always guess the 'who dunnit', the punch line, the next plot line but I can honestly say this one had me guessing right til the end. Even though the ultimate culprit crossed my mind once or twice, I can honestly say I "didn't see that coming" and that alone is worth the price of admission for me.
Getting in my car every morning and evening after work, I was so happy to get back immersed in this story. Does anyone have any other suggestions of brain-twisting thrillers for audio books? Thanks!