I wouldn't be averse to reading another book by Peter Clines. The narration was excellent.
I'd recommend it as a light read as long as they are willing to accept that ultimately credibily is stretched to breaking point
No particular favourite
I don't think a follow up book would be worthwhile as the plot conclusion lacked plausibility so if continued would be in danger of becoming ridiculous.
This story had great potential with some interesting and innovative twists. I was disappointed the solution to the "mystery" of Apartment 14 was so improbable.
This is a well written suspenseful novel. I was engaged form the first page to the last. I will now seek out other books by this author.
Once the technology is out there its use cannot be controlled. This is a story of what could happen if commercial interest clash with the national interest. A gripping page turner that requires a minimum of suspension of belief. Definitely one of the best books I've read recently. I'll be reading more from this author.
The excellent character development made for engaging reading. Who do you trust when nothing is as it seems? John Rubinstein's narration added to the tension inherent in Jonathon Kellerman's story-telling style. I enjoyed this novel so much I can't wait to read more from this author.
Although it is a long and complex story I was hooked right from the start. Can't wait to read more by this author.
It is up there with the best of them
Maybe not "on the edge of my seat" but I definitely cared about what would happen next. The story had enough mystery to have me hooked.
It is hard to choose a favorite but one that stands out as well written was one of the scenes between Sara Linton and Will Trent in Sara's living room. The under-current of sexual tension combined with their awkwardness rang with authenticity.
The slow reveal of the kidnapper's character combined with not understanding his motivation makes him memorable
As with all Karin Slaughter novels there are enough unexpected turns to keep the reader engaged without becoming frustrating or losing credibility.
I haven't read the print version so can't compare them. I did enjoy the audio version.
I enjoy the way Gabrielle Lord continues to round out Jemma's character by interweaving her personal story with her professional investigations.
Caroline Lee's narration was engaging throughout.
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