Inventive, creative, and moving
Eve is my favorite because the book shows her as a very strong woman who wants to keep her family safe.
Yes. It is a very good performance.
I was angry with the antagonist. He is just evil or stupid or both.
I didn't read the printed version so I can't answer this.
I enjoyed the multiple plots in the novel. Just when one crime is solved, there is more going on. Who can you trust? Just when the characters think they have the answers, they are wrong.
My favorite character is Bree Cross because she is a strong woman who doesn't give up.
The book is a cliffhanger that has me ready for the next installment.
So of the Cross series are predictable, but this one really got my attention. I enjoyed it and I am ready to read the next book in the series.
I would recommend it to a friend because it is well written and all of the pieces fit in the story. The language is very descriptive without all of the violence and vulgarity that some authors seem to enjoy.
I really enjoyed when Jake returns to his home after doing some investigative work and finds that every room is destroyed except one. Then as he uses deduction he is able to make a discovery that keeps the plot moving. Very exciting!
This was my first experience with a Davis performance so I cannot compare it. It was a very good audible experience.
I really did want to continue listening to the book, but I started late at night. It was the kind of story that you want to finish.
I really liked how the author tied all of the pieces together in the novel. The use of urban and rural was also an interesting dynamic. I liked that Jake's mother and his past were part of the storyline and that more than one plot is going on in the book. I loved visiting Pecan Gap because the rural town and its characters were very believable. Looking forward to Jake Somers' next adventure!
Definitely would recommend to friends who know there are conspiracies in the world
There is always hidden agenda even when the upcoming events are setup.
I love the main character John. He is not a fool even when he plays dumb.
I knew it was coming but when the "enemy of (my) friend" is targeted is hard on the real "good guys" in the book. I felt their anguish.
I didn't read the book so I don't know.
The fact that the story keeps moving and that Salinger knowledge of computers keeps growing.
My favorite scene involves the nail gun in the factory. It was unexpected and kept moving.
The arrest in the courtroom moved me because I felt it was long overdue.
I haven't read the book. I love the series.
When Sookie has the run in with the antique dealer in the kitchen is one of my favorite scenes.
I enjoyed the book. The plot was interesting especially as the characters try to find love/relationships.
Yes, I would. Parts of the plot were a little slow because of all of the details but overall a great book.
The elder Vanger was my favorite because he really cared about the family.
Sometimes his accent was a little difficult to follow.
It's impossible to listen to it in one sitting. Didn't want to stop listening.
Love the series--kept my attention.
The twists and turns kept my attention.
I enjoyed the book but I am not a cryer.
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