Trite, repetitious, predictable and boring!
It read like a cheap romance novel. This is first time I ever read this author and never will again.
It was fine. The book was disappointing.
#1 - the reader
#2 - the story
No, but I'll never knowingly by a book read by Brick again. I've read paper versions of Coben and they were OK, but I'll probably avoid his audiobooks as well.
The reader, Scott Brick, is WAY over the top melodramatic to the point of whiny. I'm making a note to never purchase a book read by Scott. Brick.
Actually, a bit of nausea.
Because of the reader, I couldn't tell if the story was as bad as it seemed, or if it was the narration that made it so. I do think the plot line was weak and more than improbable. I nearly quit listening several times.
Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, and today is a gift that's why it's called the present
My first Harlan Coben book. I was not necessarily wowed by the story. I felt the character was very NEEDY almost to the point of unrealistic expectations.
Yes. Since there are so many, including my husband who feel he is great, I'm willing to try another book. Perhaps Six Years was not his best.
The story could have a more interesting turn in the end.
I would. It was a good book and good story. I thought there was a lot of detail given that was not needed and some not given and left open. Also, a pretty far fetched idea. But still, good.
Him going to the funeral. The first one.
No idea. Just didnt like the way he said "Natale" bugged me.
This one didn't hold my interest as much as other Coben books. Scott Brick's narration was also a bit of a snooze fest, but maybe it is because he didn't have much to work with. Might be worth a listen if you're a fan, but it didn't have me on the edge of my seat, which was disappointing.
I listened to many good books of the same author, and this one should be written in a hury. Full of cliches, impossible situations, previsible situations, coincidences out of nowhere. I am disapointed with this author who wrote very good novels in the past
Less cliches, more acceptable and possible situations
The performance was fine
It begun with a compelling start, a good hoke to catch the listener/reader, a missing person who belonged to the past of the protagonist, but the author got lost in his immagination and turn out the worst book of his I ever listened.
Up to this book, I bought any book from Harlan Coben without a doubt, from this poor work on I will be more careful and give a second thought before buying anything from his.
I am an Rn who drives about 1 hour each way to work and Audible has been a life saver. I love mysteries and romance stories. Big fan of Sue Grafton JD Robb and Denise Swanson
I love Harlan Coben's books and Scott Brick is a fantastic narrator so put them together and you have one great read. This book has more twists and turns than a roller coaster. It was so good that I had to grocery shop with ear phones to hear the end
i like to read. i like to listen.
I bought this book based on all the amazing reviews I've heard about this book. Didn't find it as suspenseful, exciting or even well written as I'd anticipated. I think the concept was so good, but the book didn't deliver.
The mystery was easy to figure out. I knew "whodunnit" not far into the story...and i was sadly disappointed that i was right. it's so much better when as a reader your original guess is twisted and turned on it's head so that you are surprised. i was never surprised when listening to this.
Read everyday for pleasure - your imagination is your greatest gift.
This is the closest I will ever come to an addiction. Awesome read!
The main character was so endearing.
Nothing in this story was predictable
Can't give that away.... Loved it!!
The pacing is rather odd... it starts to pick up pace and then slow down again at strange times.
Well, that was anticlimactic.
Scott Brick does a good job of giving the main character some personality.
Not really, no.