I loved Honeymoon and was expecting to love this one as well. I was dissapointed. The story did not keep me engaged. I tried listening for a second time to see if I missed something but just could not get into this one.
This story has some interesting twists, but some parts were predicable. I loved the dual narrators. Really made the story come to life having a male and female voice.
Another great story from James Patterson. I loved the two stories and how he wove them together. My only complaint is the different voices of narrators. I prefer to just stick with 1 story teller. A little distracting, but certainly doesn't ruin the book.
I found this book a boring disappointment.
Happy it was finely over.
I kept listening because they are good readers/performers, I would never have read the entire book.
No, just let this book die in peace.
I was very disappointed, as I expected to enjoy another good Patterson mystery. There was no mystery in this book, it felt like a formula with little thought.
I'm addicted to Audible. A new grandma I am responsible for my grandsons library, which reignited my interest in books.
I have no idea!
The sound effects were distracting and ridiculous. It's as if someone knew how bad the acting and the story was and tried to punch it up with sound effects of music and jet skis and chase scene sound effects.
Irritation. The conversations were cheesy and the sound effects made me angry. I should have been warned I would have never bought it. I have never heard an audible book with sound effects. It was a desperate attempt to create suspense and had the opposite effect.
woman's narration not convincing but boring lost interest plus lets leave out some of those
words of gutter.
I used to really enjoy Patterson books but anymore they seem very forced and unimaginative.
I could barely get past all the distracting sound effects and music to listen to the story.
Very cheesy. I prefer one narrator, kind of like the voice in my head.
Please stop adding sound effects and music to recorded books. That is what our imaginations are for.