I liked thecharacter of the kidnapper, but did not like the family, and did not understand them.
No, because it was kind of a scattered story. Not enough character development
The narrator was OK
No, I usually dont read books over again. but if I ever did, this would be the one!
The Best book I've read or listened to in my recent memory. Edge of your seat suspense, so to speak, suspense and real life family and human problems. The different twists and turns Ms. Gardner takes are so complex but make sense when you get the whole picture. they are ripples from events I wouldn't have thought of. This is not the same old, same old.
Excellent narrator. One of my very favorites also.
Enough of a mystery to make my compute pass quickly. There were times when I didn't want to turn it off.
Say something about yourself!
I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys twists and turns in a plot. This book was a treat to read.
The narrator, Elisabeth Rodgers, was the perfect choice. Her varied voices added to the enjoyment of the book.
I am an avid recorded book listener. I work at at elementary school, have 2 high schoolers and have very little time to sit and read. This is a great book fix for the perpetual motion in our lives we live these days.
Have been a fan of Lisa Gardner for some time. This book offers a great story and the narration is spot on. The building of complete, flawed, sad,and successful characters and families can be tricky, but not for Gardner. Good verses evil but only partially predictable ending. Twists until the very end.
It was an unusual plot and story line. I loved it.
Yes it did. It was a great story and not very predictable!!
This was a very well written and performed thriller. It kept me guessing right up to the end. Can't wait to read her other books.
I told him he would, but he figured it was basic "chick lit" and skipped over it for a while. Once he started listening, he would talk to me about the story and give me his latest opinion of 'who dun it'. The book introduces quite a few suspects and provides motives for the possible crime committed. So it keeps you guessing. My husband's only complaint was that he wanted more "action" and less of the heroine's inner thoughts. But I guess that's what makes it appeal more to many female readers. The narrator did a great job and you are kept guessing until nearly the end.
I didn't read the print version of this, but did of the last few Lisa Gardner books- and I definitely enjoyed it as much as the print.
It's well paced and fast moving. Interesting characters, a lot going on with plot, but still possible to follow. The only thing that got a little old was the POV from the wife. No spoilers, but she seems to spend a lot of time talking about how handsome her husband is, and it’s kind of funny, but gets a bit tired. In every other way though it’s an interesting story.
I had not listened to any of her other performances. It was well done overall, but in some cases the Boston/ New England accent was a bit overdone, and there was one characters voice, Nick, that was just awful. Like a screeching witch, it’s like ran out of ways to differentiate the male voices and just went with the most extreme thing she could muster.
yes, lots going on and I felt the need to listen to it again to see what I could have missed
One of the most catching books I have ever read
Unusual story - hard to predict.
Sherlock Holmes mysteries - unexpected twists - and then thinking about it later to see if it all fit.
Good pitch, clear, separated characters nicely.
Had many "oh my" moments.
Recommend audible version.