I think this is the best audiobook I've ever listened to. It's the only one I've ever been motivated to write a review about.
The plot was so well done, in that the way each element was approached was in itself intriguing. For instance, the author talks about when a dead body isn't expected, the police are called, and that all bodies are a death but not all deaths are a homicide. He just had a way of introducing and weaving together the different parts of the story that felt layered and very pull-you-in.
Personality of the characters is more in-depth, tone of voice conveys more of a picture of what you're hearing.
That nurses poisoning patients in hospitals isn't as rare as you would think, and that there are ways to be completely unobtrusive (and uncaught) doing it.
Mainly the layering and depth of the story-telling. I read/listen to a lot of books and often can't figure out how they got published because the writing is so ponderous or flat. This one stood out as being so different, so creative, so well-done.
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