I have fallen in love all over again with reading. Only now I do it with my ears instead of my eyes!
A great mystery/thriller that will keep you guessing start to finish. I could not put it down. Highly recommended.
I really enjoyed this book. The story is creative and well written. This book kept me questioning what was real and what wasn't. Jake, Natalie, and the creative retreat were great story elements.
I enjoy Harlan Coben's books and have read several in paper & ink format. I have also listened to quite a few audio books, but this is the first for this author. I found the performance somewhat annoying. I understand the character's emotional state, but the performance was moderately to extremely whiny and I found it off putting. It took away from the excitement of the story, in my opinion.
I just didn't get the point of keeping the story going once revealed...it became a murmur of nothing. The author clearly ran out of material.
I do not like Scott Brick's narrations. He overdoes it. Almost sounds like he's making fun of the text with his dramatizations. He does character voices fine. Often, if I see he's the reader, I avoid the book but I really like Harlan Coben books.Please
I'm not a picky book critic but I really didn't enjoy this book. It felt like a cheesy love/mystery story and the writing felt a bit cheesy too. The narrator had this wispy voice that made everything sound really exaggerated, like a bad soap opera.
The plot was interesting unique in many ways. It moved a bit slowly for me, but I think this was due to the bad narration.
I don't know names of the narrators usually but I would never knowingly get a book narrated by this person again. His voice was "draggy", maudlin and all in a minor key. I had to force myself to listen to the whole book and I only did because I like Harlan Coben so much.
I would definitely buy a Coben book again, but not with Scott Brick as the narrator