Terrific story, engaging from the first chapter to the last.. The narration superb, not interfering with the way your mind conjures images related with the story as often happens with audio books. The final reveal? which one?!? Loved the ending twists!
Melodramatic and cheesy. Much too long with excessive, unimportant descriptive details. The story line is unbelievable with Jake surviving multiple attempts on his life and the fairytale ending with all the bad guys dead.
Was the unexpected at the end
The ending of the book
At the cabin
I only finished this book to find out what happened to Jake's precious Natalie. The reader was so melodramatic and over the top that I could not focus on the story. Skip this one and save your money.
The book is a little melodramatic at times. he was with a girl for three months and just couldn't let go? I am a girl and I don't believe it. The overall story was good, not great.
I don't like not finishing a book & this one was painfully difficult to finish. I had to press pause several times because I couldn't stand the main character Jake Fisher. I've never been rooting against a main character but this was my first. He was the most selfish, annoying, inconsiderate person, there isn't enough room in this review to write how much I disliked the character which ruined the book for me.
This is the second book I've listened to by this author. I enjoy the way he throws out clues, one by one, sending me (and the protagonist), on fruitful or worthless excursions. We never know which. The narrator made the story come to life. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time.
When I first began reading this book I almost quit because of such a slow start but I had hope that it would get better and it exceeded my expectations. I would highly recommend this book.