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Such a solid thriller from front to back. The twists and turns make me want this to be a movie
Overall great story. Where was Natalie? The search for his lost love leads the main character through betrayal and danger. I thought the supporting characters could have been developed a bit more, but overall it kept my interest. Scott Brick does a great job reading. As usual Harlan Coben shows us life is rarely as black and white as we woild like to believe.
Brick delivers another great read. This one from Coben keeps you guessing. I like how he subtly inserts little things from his Bulitar series into his other books. As always, a great listen from Coben.
This book was a little bit slow in the beginning. I really struggled with the narrators mundane and mopey tone of voice. Prof. Fishers attitude of "losing the love of my life" and "my life is meaningless " was starting to wear on me. Then the story started to pick up and took a few surprising turns. The plot twisting was great and I liked the mistery. Overall I enjoyed the book. I would read another in the series.
I usually don't have a problem listening to Scott Brick but this performance was overwrought and truly cringeworthy. I have no idea what he was trying to accomplish with this narration. It was over the top and sooooo slowly paced. Dial it back Mr. Brick!
Don't know what I want to be when I grow up. Trip's cool though. Use Audible to make gym-training sane... And rip my imagination.
Jake Fisher, is the dumbest man in mysteries. Odd, since we're to believe he's a tenured (?) PhD professor in a New England College that's at least as prestigious as Williams. Oh, and he's surrounded by equally idiotic decision makers.
Have you seen the TV ad where kids escaping a horror villain hide behind the power saws? Yeah? Well their decision making is light years ahead of those which Jake Fisher keeps repeating throughout this perplexing plot. Was this early Coben? The authorusually stops short of asking readers to accept that a guy with all of these "smart-credentials" can be dumber than a drunk monkey.
You know the way a magician tries to distract with his left hand so you won't notice what his right's up to? Well maybe the frazzle headed oafishness of Jake Fisher was meant to distract me into ignoring the torrent of coincidences Coben demanded I accept to make the plot sensible. No way that could happen.
Scott Brick gives a less-than-over-the-top reading this time which makes it one of his best that I've heard.
Can't recommend Six Years, hope it hasn't turned me off on Coben.
All of the twists and turns. It kept me guessing and in suspense the entire book.
Don't want to give away any spoilers, so I won't say.
I just thought it was a brilliantly crafted novel.
The suspense was lacking and the story was easy to figure out. My biggest gripe was that the main character was supposed to be 35, but the narrator sounded much older than that. It was distracting.
It depends on the story line and if the main character is age appropriate for his distinguished voice.