Couldn't follow the story. I restarted the book several times, but always find my mind wandering and not able to grasp what was happening. I'm not sure if it was the reader or the story itself. Finally gave up.
It's no often that a book brings me to tears and this one did. After speeding through the book to get to the end, the book left me wanting to ponder over specific points and go back and read portions a 2nd time. I want to speculate on Jace's future and how the events in the story will impact his life. (Are we seeing the beginning of a series here?)
The characters in the book are well developed and believable. The story is too. If you are looking for a book that will hold your interest and keep you thinking after you have finished, Those Who Wish Me Dead will do just that.
When I dislike a book on audio, my first thought is that the performance may have tainted my opinion. With that in mind, the Lindberg story is a great story. But, I longed for more of the sensational storyline less of Anne's perspective. Unfortunately, this story is just that, Anne's perspective. After so many hours of this book, one can predict how Anne is going to react and there are no surprises. Actually, there is one big surprise at the end. And, the ending saved the book for me. Otherwise, it would have been a one star rating from me. I have to believe that if this book were by Patterson or Grisham, it would be a thriller and one couldn't put it down. For me, I hardly made it through until the end.
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