As a "good" book, no. For people that listen to the number of books a week/month that I do, yes. It is cute and entertaining.
I have listened to all of them and preferred the others.
No. They swam off to live their lives and it should stay there.
The writer should have read or listened to a few other sexually explicit books. The language was so vulgar when it did not need to be.
She sounds like a young teenager which made the vulgar language even more disgusting.
I will not listen to any other books by this writer.
The different characters were fantastic. The different narrators are wonderful.
The plot seemed to be transparent but like all the Picoult books I am always waiting for the unexpected twist.
I couldn't name one. They were all fantastic.
I would have loved to listen to this book in one sitting. I was hard to tare myself away from it and could not wait to get back to it.
I never have enough good things to say about Picoults books. I absolutely love every one of them.
I would recommend this and all other Alex Cross books.
Ava's death. Written so well it brought tears to my eyes.
I don't look to Alex Cross for laughs. I am looking for the scare and suspense. To the best of my recollection this is the first one that made me cry.
Excellent as always!
I would not recommend this book one way or the other.
I have either listened to all of Harlan Coben's books. Until this one I loved them all. This one really dragged.
Scott Brick's performance was excellent as always.
I think the ending was complete and does not need another book added to it.
The book just seemed to drag on and on and on. The story line was good but there wasn't enough suspense to hold my interest.
I have and would again. Jody Picoult has been my favorite author and feel the Gillian Flynn is right there with her.
Yes, this was actually the second time I listened to it and would listen to it again.
I love all the Alex Cross books. I don't know if I like one better than another.
When Alex goes into the house with the hostage taker.
I don't know. I liked the book but I hated the ending!
Mia - her strength in learning the truth about her life.
Yes! The book just abruptly ended with everything left open. It was very frustrating!
I absolutely love how Richard is always referring to himself as a
I was very upset by the change in pronunciation of character and location names. When listening to an entire series the change is very frustrating!
Over all I loved the book as much as the others.
I was shocked at how gripping this book was. I couldn't stop listening. Stephen King does it again and Craig Wasson was a wonderful narrator.
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