As I often do, when there's a new book from an author I like, I go back and start at the beginning, finishing with the new book. With that background, I sometimes find an author has begun to coast and no longer writes the quality novels that started his or her career. That is NOT the case with Unseen. In fact, I'd say this is Karen Slaughter's best yet. It's far more exciting than any of her other books and while there are some child molestations that are vividly described, they don't occur until late in the book. And by then the plot is moving so fast and furious they don't overwhelm the book. In a year of so I will likely listen to all the Will Trent books again and I will definitely listen to this one. I totally recommend "Unseen."
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The publisher's summary is on the mark with this one.
Karin Slaughter manages to have new scenarios, twists, and evils in every book. This is no exception. Will Trent and Sarah Linton return. While trying to maintain their true identities and relationship, they are each participating in their own personal stresses. It is difficult to tell who can be trusted and who cannot.. Eventually the two scenarios merge, but that does not mean that everyone is safe or that the crime mysteries are solved.
I really enjoy this series! The twists keep me guessing until the end. The main characters remain true as they face new evils.
Kathleen Early has this narration down pat.
Great final book of this series
Will Trent and Sarah at their best.
Yes. This is one of her best.
Strong emotions throughout the book.
Only negative thing for me was the fact that in previous books of this series Will Trent refused to upgrade his tattered and broken cell phone because of the issues he has with Dyslexia. That's cool, but then in this book all of a sudden he's mastering a "smart phone" with intense, complicated apps.
Not sure about this one...certainly would recommend the previous books in the series, they were much better.
Not as smoothly written as her previous novels. Her Will Trent books usually keep me on the edge of my seat, never a dull moment. I found my attention wandering at times, which has never happened before while listening to this series. It felt a bit disjointed and too much time spent on characters' romantic musings and struggles. Couldn't sink my teeth into it, as much as I wanted to.
Not one in particular.
Less misunderstandings and emotional drama.
Hope Ms. Slaughter gets back into fighting form in her next Will Trent book.
The story was great, lots of twists and turns. Was a bit violent sometimes for too long. I lost a few chapters when the second half started. Not sure what the technical issue was but was able to figure out the drift on my own.
Books are wonderful. When I am sad or feeling down, all I need to do is turn on a book, and I'm in a different world.... Thank you!
All of it! It was easy to follow, held my interest from beginning to end. The love story between Sara and Will is so sweet. It held just the right mix of intrigue, danger and love. Lena is such a great character. She's honest and I believe there are more Lena's out there than we think!
I really enjoy listening to Kathleen Early. She is so natural. Every book she narrates, does the book justice for sure!
Pretty much ! I enjoyed it.
Karin Slaughter always nails it! I've listened to every one of her books. Early and Slaughter are a great team!
I Love to listen to books more often than reading. Audible gets me through the day and night more especially when I'm working !
Kayla is someone who almost go away with everything. The meat of this book doesn't happen until the last 2 hours. Overall the book was a good end to a good series. The characters are good and likeable. Each book in this series focuses on the main characters back stories.
This book was clearly written by a woman, and I can only believe that the target audience was also women. I could not understand the motivations of the female characters for much of the book. There was all of this false drama - it reminded me of the FB meme where the woman wrote in her diary, at great length, about how her boyfriend was behaving strangely and how it must indicate that their relationship was over, while the man's entry in his diary was "Motorcycle engine running rough - thought about it for much of the night and I can't figure out what the problem is".
Some of the time it felt like I was listening in on a catty high school cheerleader slumber party.
plot is strong and has good twists and turns. the romances are too sickeningly sweet and halaquin predictable, really start to detract from the suspense.