Country Livin' Lady
I loved the many angles the story line took. A great listen. When I can't figure it all out too much before it's revealed it's a plus. Scott Brick is one of my favorite readers too. A+
A great read that keeps your interest.
ScottBrick does a masterful job of keeping up the suspense. You can guess the outcome but have to listen to know if you are correct.
Well worth the listening.
I like long story's that hold my attention. I found it difficult to press the pause button for even a few minutes. I love Scott Brick narration, it's through searching for his works that I found this book. I'm a new Harlan Conan fan!
I absolutely love this book. Every time I thought I had it clear in my mind about why Natalie left. I was wrong. I absolutely enjoyed the ride of this book :-) I would be definitely reading more from this Author
Say something about yourself!
No. I had a difficult time listening to this book because of the overly dramatic narration of Scott Brick. I returned another Harlan Coben for that reason.
He narrated like he was on the Broadway stage--overly dramatic.
I love Harlan Coben, and if Scott Brick is the narrator, I will read the book instead of listening to it.
Thought it was a little over the top in the narration for my taste. Seemed like he was going to cry on every sentence.
Story was full of different key characters and sudden plot twists so pay close attention to details and names. I lost track several times.
Not Myron Bolitar, but great new hero with....almost the same humor. Superb story you will never get til the end. Great narration by Brick.
The plot was rather obvious and the main character was relentlessly mentioning how wonderful his lost love was. Give it a rest, already. By the end of the book, I was so annoyed with the lame plot and the main character's obsession with Natalie, I was just counting the minutes until the book was over.
After seeing how popular the author was, I gave him a try with this book. Based on this book, I don't see what everyone is raving about. Very dissappointed.
When the book was finally over.
I enjoyed the story, although it was difficult to follow from time to time. The characters were well developed for the most part and I sympathized with Jake, the hero of the story. The narration, however, was so "over the top". Intro level school of acting bad. Scott Brick needs to understand the understated. Not every bit of dialogue deserves all this emoting!! I found myself rolling my eyes way too often. To give him some credit...he has a sensational voice.