The change of location (other than Britain or U.S.) made the book more interesting. Unique for me.
If you like romances with a bit of detective work thrown in you would probably enjoy this book.
First time, he was adequate.
I though it was trying to ride the fence between romance and mystery/war in order to interest a broader audience. Failed.
I can't imagine anyone enjoying this book unless they are clinical professionals or violent and ill people.
Expected it to be a more intricate plot
He is always good.
The tedious dialogue. We can get the drift of police procedure and family debate without listening to 6 hours of it. Other authors get the idea across much more succinctly and then get on to the next scene. This dialogue was TEDIOUS. It was like listening to 3 hours of police tape and then a 2 hour family argument.
Boring and horrible at the same time. The constant referral to the victim as zombie girl was demeaning. A tortured child is not a joke.
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