Yes, I really couldn't put it down and it kept me guessing and coming back for more.
yes, there were constant twists and turns, things to leave you hanging and questioning
His preformance, truly brought some realism to the events
When his best friend didn't shoot him despite his oath.
This book is really worth using a credit on or buying. In my oppinion.
Addicting, excellent and unpredictable! The characters and story are very well developed and continuously intriguing!
Live in Cocoa Beach Florida. Am a videographer and photographer.
This book is packed with interesting twist and turns. The main character, a college professor acts more like a love sick teenager. Technically the book is well written but I feel the character development lacks a great deal. It is a romance novel, short and simple. I did not expect that. I think younger and more romantic inclined readers might enjoy this book more than I did.
The lead character acted like a love sick teenager.
I would not recommend this book one way or the other.
I have either listened to all of Harlan Coben's books. Until this one I loved them all. This one really dragged.
Scott Brick's performance was excellent as always.
I think the ending was complete and does not need another book added to it.
The book just seemed to drag on and on and on. The story line was good but there wasn't enough suspense to hold my interest.
it is one of my favorite that i have listened to in a while. the story was fantastic and keep me wanting more.
the final scene was my favorite
I love a good mystery. I thought that i had solved it early on in the story and was totally wrong towards the end. really keep me guessing the whole time. held my interest. I would strongly recommend this book
Really terrible. The narrator is awful, story line super slow. Don't waste a credit or you time.
Slowness of pace.
Better plot, having the main character be a hero. Faster pace.
Say something about yourself!
The story was very convoluted and far fetched, it seemed to drag on and on about the main character broken heart.
The ending was so predictable.
Scott Brick performance was amazing as always.
The best friend, it was just to coincidental and unbelievable that he was involved in the same organization.
No one with a brain.
There is nothing to recommend about this dreck. The 'hero' is a mentally unbalanced, obsessive delving into something that is none of his business. The plot is contrived, the story is annoyingly stupid and the way this loser Fisher is portrayed is embarrassing. I stopped listening after about 10 chapters. I couldn't take it anymore. What Harlan Coben could have done was never publish this farce. I have loved everything else Coben has written, but had this been my first exposure to Coben, it would certainly have been my last.
I generally like Scott Brick, but here he portrays his character as a sniveling, obsessed idiot. The whiny quality with which Scott read this character was grating, and part of why I stopped listening. Scott did a fantastic job on 'Still Life With Crows' to hear him do THIS crap... well, in my opinion, it was not a good career move.
Nope. None that I can think of.
Can I get a refund?
the initial promise
when Jeff described his not letting Nattily leave him at the end
Harlen Coben needs to write more books
Listening to this again will be a treat. This story had lots of nuances and story twists that I'll enjoy even more the second time.
The craft of writing was excellent; for audio books, however, even the best story can be ruined by a poor narration performance. In this case the performance was on par with the literature.
The scene that stands out in my memory was when Jake returned to Vermont, only to find out every trace of the place he remembered had vanished. At this point the reader would never suspect the real story...
This story relies on great storytelling, rather than action scenes (although there are some) or torrid love scenes (although there is a great love present). It is just satisfying experience that I look forward to enjoying again.