Hard to imagine how this book could improve.
No, but it has turned me off to the author and the narrator.
The story is ugly and an obvious attempt to be ugly and in your face. The dumbing down of American literature has arrived with this piece. It is unfit to read.
Hired Bill Cosby as an editor.
Read instead of yelll.
It taught me who to avoid as an author.
Save your money.
Feel the characters come to life.
Choppy story. Doesn't flow well. Good ending.
I enjoyed the audio edition. I generally prefer audio to print because I can listen as I work or drive.
What I look for in a review is not so much the story-line, but rather how the person doing the review enjoyed the story/performance. The story-line I can get from the publisher's blurb.
In an attempt to be helpful to others reading the review I will say that I DID enjoy this book to the point of going to look to see if there was a follow-up. I was a little disappointed to see that there wasn't, as I'd like to know more about what happens to the main character from the end of the story.
Was it the best book I have listened to in a while? No. Not really. But I would listen to it again, and I would definitely buy a follow up should one come out. However, it isn't a Grisham or Michael Connelly, Nesbo, or a Mankel, or Martha Grimes. It's a great book to get yourself wrapped up into and for letting it be what it is.
This is a captivating legal story that will hold your interest. Some legal stories sort of lag and get boring, but enjoyed this story 100%. It doesn't over-whelm you with legal nit-pick problems of the court, but stays focused on the main characters.
I found it difficult to stop listening. Enjoyed the book and it's narration.
Definitely anticipating the next turn.
Haven't heard before but enjoyed.
The plot has lots of twists and turns and that makes it exciting. It's a little permissive with inappropriate language, but not intolerable. It is definitely worth listening to and worth paying for.
Excellent performance, I will look to listen to something he performs in again.
All the twists and turns of the storyline. Something is always happening.
Anything by Mark Greane. Both of these authors write in a way that makes you anxious to get to the next page. It's like you can't read fast enough to learn whats going to happen next. They deal with totally different subject matters, but the style is intense and electrifying and if you were reading the book instead of listening to he story, you would call in sick the next only to finish the story!
I don't want to give away any of the story, but for me the last seen with Nina is my favorite only because it's the final "out of left field" twist to the story. In a way it's the cool-down for a hard run.
A reviewer's got to do what a reviewer's got to do
A great book well written and even better read (excellent performance by Kevin Collins). It has all elements that keep you hooked to it : mystery, romance, humor and search for redemption. The only drawback is that you've got very few characters , so it gets relatively easy to identify the villain. also the end is a bit disappointing. Look forward reading more from Adam Mitzer !
I can only confirm all the accolades about this book. I can add nothing new, I would only be repeating what other more eloquent critics have said, but I will highly recommend the story and warn you to be prepared for some surprises...