Not really. This story line was weakened by the reader and the extra/ repeated dialog.
I like it the least
I would, but only to see if he sounds that love sick in other written works. At times I found myself saying, " OMG, Git over it and move on!" His character was such a wimp.
I wanted to hear how it would end, but never thought it would. There seemed to be so much extra stuff that really had no supportive reason
I have no idea... I tried to power through, it was just so.....?
I have listened to his books before. This book was just so rambling and disconnected.
I liked his voice and tenor, he just didn't have much plot to work with.
Ugh! I am 5 hours in and I can't take it anymore!!!!! The book is busy making a story out of nothing and the narrator is ridiculously over-dramatic. I was in the car this morning and I said "that's it!" I've never given up this far into a book but I had to. First Harlan Coben and last for me.
Find Her, by Lisa Gardner
There was so much silly commentary from the author throughout and honestly, every situation could have been cut shorter.
Meh. Just okay. Over the top narration and a mediocre story line. Won't read this author again.
I do my gardening listening to Audible books and, at times, end up sitting on my gardening cart sobbing away, while hoping no one's looking
Love Scott Brick but he even sounded tired of professing undying love! Expected more of Harlan Coben.
This book is dreadful! Hard to believe that Harlan Coben could have turned out such drivel. Or that the publisher would except this manuscript for publication. Like one of the previous commentators, I soldiered on only for the opportunity to write this brief note. Harlan Coben would now qualify as 25th runner-up in the James Patterson look-alike contest. All he has to do is declare in the name of the person who ghosted this bookfor him.
Overall I liked the ending of the story but it was quite confusing at some points. It had a few twists here and there though and overall it wasn't half bad. The performer definitely sounds like the guy from Dexter though.
I am a retired Army veteran and love to read. I like murder mystery, but enjoy nonfiction. I am a long time Star Trek fan.
Have you ever listened to a story while driving and had to get to a good stopping place before you can get out the car having reached you destination. First, the narrator was excellent. Second, but none-the-less more important was the story line. There was mystery, intrigue, romance, comedy and suspense, but the story was easy to follow. It was somewhat predictable, but that did no take away from story or characters.