The most unabashed piece of garbage I have ever tried to listen to. After six hours, I could still not have cared less about any of the characters or the outcome of the supposed plot. If I could give it a zero star, I would.
Yes, I thoroughly enjoyed the story. The main character was complex; the plot was intriguing; the mystery was difficult to solve.
When he and his future wife meet for the first time.
No, I have not, but I will listen to him again.
No, it's an enjoyable read, a good mystery that kept me guessing til the end, but it wasn't a soul-gripping type of book. For that I'd read Khalid Hosseini
It ranks in the top 30% or so.
I liked the protagonist who was searching for his wife.
I always enjoy Scott Brick's performances. It's hard to compare, because I think they are all 4-5 star performances.
I prefer the single books of Coben's more than the Mickey Bolitar series, and this one was not a disappointment.
I don't know.
When we realize who the bad guy is.
I don't know.
no. I wanted to savor it and have it last.
Lehane is a great story-teller. No higher praise than that is possible
no. I only listen to books once because I already know how they will end.
I don't remember.
I don't know.
no. I enjoyed it, though.
not memorable, but it got me through two 20-mile runs! That's pretty good.
I loved the growing bond between the dog and the main character.
yes, I'm a real animal lover and a real hater of injustice, so it kept me wound up until there was a happy ending.
Yes, there was good character development; it kept me guessing how it would end the entie time.
yes, it was well written.
I loved the lesbian community setting and the way these elderly women took care of themselves.
Maybe one of Carl Hiassen's books, though not as over the top hilarious.
I liked the killer best.
How are you going to live when you retire?
I haven't read the print version.
floating down the Middle Fork
the mule deer buck leaping into the rive
I always enjoy CJ Box's books. He and I are both from Wyoming; he knows the state and the environmental issues we face. He does a great job setting a mystery in this land of "forever west".
I haven't read the print edition, so I don't know.
Yes, I was always looking forward to the next time I could listen to the book. The characters were engaging and I cared about what happened to them.
Mr. McLarty did a good job. I could easily distinguish which character was talking. He altered tone, pacing, and timbre to keep the story line going and the listening enjoyable.
I don't know what a tag line is.
I would, but only because I have read and listened to many by Michael Connelly. I was not impressed by the reader at all.
The reader made it all seem very flat.
Again, the reader made it seem flat, not interesting. I simply could not get into the plot.
This was a disappointment based upon my previous experience with Michael Connelly,
Report Inappropriate Content
If you find this review inappropriate and think it should be removed from our site, let us know. This report will be reviewed by Audible and we will take appropriate action.