Yes, might have missed something. Probably would catch something I missed first time around. Sometimes I get a little distracted while listening
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.
A good story.
The story line was a good one but it did go on a bit long for me.
I guess I'm a baby...I just love to be read to.
This is nothing special but interesting enough. Sometimes I'm in the mood for a lawyer/courtroom drama so this fit that bill.
Thrilling page turner
LD I liked his character and felt he was truly innocent
He shows the characters true emotion in his voice and keeps you interested
Yes! When we found out what happened to LD and Nina's role in it
Loved the book and loved Kevin Collins narration
Mystery & Suspense
The entire story had so many twists and turns. As soon as you thought that you had it figured out a different door opens. It's a story about a once successful lawyer that is down and out after his wife and young daughter were by were fatally injured by a drunk driver. He meets an inexperienced attractive attorney that enlists him to represent a rap artist charged with murder. Resistant in the beginning and obsessed by the end with both the attorney and the case he struggles with with his moral and emotional compass and is challenged to keeping both in tact. The case and the characters are and both interesting while providing plenty of a entertainment... the good, the bad and the not so pretty. It's a somewhat realistic story and will keep you guessing.
The voices were very different and well suited for each character, I enjoy that.
This reads like a good John Grisham novel with out the folksy Ford County country life. It twists with surprises like Gone Girl. I found it to be an interesting mix. I will keep my eyes open for other books by this author.
I am so glad I found this book through Audible reviews as I don't ordinarily read/listen to this genre. But this book was wonderful in every sense. The plot had twists and turns that were truly unexpected. The narrator was excellent---every character had a really unique voice and his accents were perfect. He even did women's voices very well.
I won't give away anything, but be prepared to be surprised. And I do hope that the author might consider a sequel using this main character.
Oh, and lots of cool information about court cases and legal stuff, but delivered in the context of the story.
Really loved this book.
A man's got to do what a man'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 !