SPOILER ALERT! I enjoyed the story, but I was a little disappointed in the Justin character. I also wondered why the body of the fourth kidnapper was not found, why Libbey was not tested for DNA under her nails or blood on her clothes after she clawed Zee, and it seems the author may have an unfavorable opinion of ex-military. But the book held my interest throughout, and the narration was great.
I liked the intriguing story and the characters were interesting.
The story was dragged out to the point of not even wanting to listen. So I'd stop listening for a while. Although the plot was intriguing so I kept coming back to find out the 'who done it.'
I really hated the over the top Boston accent.
Really hard to listen to.
I really didn't know Whodunnit until almost the very end. I wondered a time or two but I really didn't believe the one who did it, did it. I do have one complaint I guess. the author used the word hence a little bit more frequently then would be used in normal language. I know that there are some people who will use a word like that and it's just a part of their vocabulary however at least three if not four or maybe even five of the characters in this novel used or thought the word hence. It just bothered me. Other than that I thought the characters were great, the plot really riveting and the outcome a little sad but truly superb.
One of those great books that you don't want to put down but stay up all night long reading!!! Keeps you on the edge of your seat & guessing all the way thru it as to who, what & when!
Great book with lots of plot twists that kept me listening....the narrator did an excellent job.