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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 is one of the best suspense and action dramas I have read in a long time. It has unexpected twist and turns to keep the excitement at a high level. This is a very good read.
I absolutely fell in love with this series. Awesome characters, gripping story, and spectacular performance- I want more!
I found it hard to keep interested, the narrator was great but the story was a little boring. I usually love all karin slaughters books
I'm a Karin Slaughter fan and a fan of the series. This one lived up to expectation and revealed a little more of the Will Trent character. It's like peeling an onion; the author gives you a little more insight into him with each book. I also enjoyed the return of Lena, and learning a bit more about her. If you're already a fan you will enjoy this book. If you're new to the series, while it can be read as a stand alone, you will enjoy it alot more if you return to the beginning of the series.
Yes, this is my first by this author. Action-packed from start to finish.
Plenty of role characters that had you attempting to figure out the twisting and turning.
Never listened to this narrator. Did a very nice job with the separation of each character with distinct dialogue.
This book had a little bit of everything. It had the criminal element, the personal heart ache, corruption, and most importantly touching on abuse of our children and our society.
The author hit on many faucets that we face in society today. She touched on the need for undercover law-enforcement, the need to protect our children, the difficulties of losing your unborn child, along with the difficulties that our medical profession face in treating fallen heroes, victims, and a special care that our children need when they are abused.
I'd recommend most Karin Slaughter books but probably not this audio version.
IDK who specific narrators are but this one was awful!
The story was a typical Will Trent story, I wish the stories didn't always tie directly into the main characters lives. Is the town they live in really so small that every single crime revolves around one of the main characters? I also wish they would quit retelling how each character met, the personal issues [dyslexia, diabetes, death of Sarah's husband], etc. Then, this narrator had my teeth grinding the entire time. I have tried & stopped listening to this book about 5 times now. Finally I just decided to grit my teeth & get through it. Her accents & voices for the characters is irritating, she sounds like she has been running a marathon before she started reading b/c she is always out of breath & the dictation of some of her words is also nerve grinding. Other than the narrator the story was alright.