I've been an avid reader for years and just discovered the joys of multi-tasking with audio books. It always takes a while to get "into" the flow of a new narrator and this book was no different. I enjoyed Crossley's narration, albeit most characters should have had an Irish accent. The 2 star's reflect the lack of a conclusion to one of two story lines in the book. Why would anyone want to listen/read a mystery book with no conclusion?! I was more interested in the main character's personal story concerning the unexplained loss of his two childhood friends. If the author had revealed an ending to both stories I would have given this book 4 stars, but now I'm sorry I wasted my time listening to it.
This was a well written book. I enjoy Dean Koontz and Patricia Cornwell novels and this author has a firm grasp on the concept of weaving mystery and supernatural together. The narrator was an excellent choice for this book and portrayed the characters nicely without too much drama inflected.
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