This could have been a really good book had there not been a lot of gaps. I think for an unabridged reading the author could have gotten more indepth with the pasts of two of the women characters. I don't want to say which ones but anyone preparing to listen or who has already listened will understand.
The Narrators. The detective's voice through me off a bit.
I liked Eve
The extreme reaction I had or should I say I'm still having is one of "Oh wow". It really isn't until the end of the book that you realize the story you just read and the depths of what happened. I just finished it today on my way into work and I'm still thinking about it and everything that happened. It's funny how you read a story and it's not until the last line that you get it, you just totally get it.
I always listen to unabridged novels, but I could have done the abridged version of this. I pretty much knew the outcome by the first 3 chapters. I love Tana French but this wa a little disappointing.
This is no Anne Rice. After this, I will never read a story about vampires written by a woman again.
In the vain of Comic Book Man from The Simpsons..."WORST BOOK EVER" Please, do not waist a credit. I am truly surprised that John Grisham even bothered.
"If you're going to read this, don't bother... Save yourself." These are the first words by the author in the audio book. I wish I had taken this to heart. I'm far from being a prude but this book was awful. But, since I purchased it like anything else I had to finish it. Also, if you ever find the narrator and the author are the same, don't bother listening to it.
I never thought I'd say this about James Patterson but this was absolutely awful. And the saddest part is that you finish the booking thinking there will be a third installation. OH NO!
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