...occasionally broadens her horizons, but generally just wants to be entertained...
The main character seemed unrealistic to me. Having worked at such a major law firm as a partner and then to act the way he did and used the vocabulary and grammar he did during the story seemed a bit off. Also, I predicted both the solution AND the twist at the end far too soon. I don't know if that's the fault of the narrator or the author, I guess a bit of both.
No, I still like them.
He did the voices well, he was quite flexible that way. But what I didn't like was that he didn't make the main character sound like a grown up lawyer with a tragic history. More like a teenager, which just didn't fit.
It was okay... I listened until the end to see if I was correct in my suspicions regarding the end...
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.
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...
I think Adam Mitzner is a great author. I loved the way that the character healed during the story. I certainly didn't see the end coming.
I don't want to give anything away about the plot, but its the surprising twist at the end.
I would have listened to this book in one sitting if I could. I really enjoyed the unveiling of the story.
I loved the narrator Kevin Collins! He made the story for me. He was excellent at doing the different character voices, especially L.D. The female voices were also well done.
Spoiler Alert! What L.D. was hiding and why and how he got out of it.
No this is the first, but certainly not the last if I can find a title of interest. I love Scott Brick and Dan Hill. I am adding Mr. Collins to my list of favorite narrators.
When Dan spoke to pop star's mother.
To compare this author to Grisham or Patterson is a weak one. Those two authors are extraordinary and most of the time write incredible stories. Mitzner is very good but in my opinion more works are needed before placing him among the greatest.
Say something about yourself!
This book is incredibly well preformed. It has many many layers and keeps you intrigued and on the edge of your seat for the duration.
I loved the narrator, I have listened to many many audio books, this guy was so good, he really embodied the main character.
I would recommend this book wholeheartedly, I wish I had purchased this book rather than some of the other trash I have listened to lately.
The main character, Daniel.
It was surprising, especially the 3rd part
I am a business owner, but don't much like books on business. Like English mysteries, cozies that aren't very cozy. I really want to like fantasy and science fiction but everything I try like that seems disappointing. I like some spy novels. I am a grandmother and I am in a book club.
I am going to write down their names so I don't get fooled into buying another of their books.
The narrator sounds like a teenager, and the protagonist is supposed to be a widowed lawyer. The reader doesn't sound old enough to be married much less practice law.The story sounds silly being read by this guy.
The writer often writes"smirk" when he means smile. A smirk is an especially nasty smile, and every time I heard it, it made the story come to a complete stop for me while I tried to figure out what was going on...