If you like James Patterson and you like the Michael Bennett character then you will like this book. I personally don't care for the details of the killings and the sound effects, but the story line is a good Patterson tale.
Good story - but the different male voices and the background noise is distracting.
MC and the kids!!
All the background noise was too distracting - just read the story.
Did not read the books.
Michael Bennett - because he's a wealth of all kinds of emotions.
I have no choice if I want to finish the series, but I REALLY, REALLY, REALLY wish they wouldn't change narrators mid-stream like that. Just when you have connected with a character, largely due to the narrator, he's gone. Also, I like using two narrators or more, when one is a woman.
I'm not creative enough for that, sorry.
Yes, please..... the same narrator should be used if the book is a series. If it were not for the fact that I was already 5 books into this, I would not have given a new narrator a chance. This Danny whoever is okay, but no where near as great as Bobby Cannavale who absolutely fit the character of Michael Bennett so much better.
I read this book awhile ago. I enjoyed it immensely then. Earlier this afternoon I was looking for something to fill the void the end of another great read (Abducted by T. R. Ragan) left without purchasing additional credits. I randomly selected Gone thinking an hour of listening would suffice. 7 plus hours later and I'm as rivoted as I was the first time!
Please get Bobby Cannavalle back!!! This Danny guy is awful!!! Made not want to listen anymore!!!!
Narration was awful. Accents were not realistic. Inflection was poor.
Retired physician.......proud father & grfather!!
Another interesting Bennett story. My
Favorite other than ACross.
More time spent on Mikes kids and MCatherine. A good easy read or listen