I bought this going by the review. The story was interesting, but what really put me off is the amount of expletives/four-letter words liberally sprinkled throughout the narration.
It really marred any possibility of me enjoying the narration as I don't live in an environment where expletives/four-letter words are used so liberally.
I suggest Audible warns members/listeners which books are full of such four language.
In a league of its own. Maybe as good as 'Watching you' also by Michael Robotham
Piper Hadley. One can understand the immaturity, innocence and ignorance of a lonely teenage girl
Yes. In 'Watching You. He is an excellent narrator
I hope to find more of this standard by Audible
The narrator assumes the audience is as interested as she is in her navel-gazing and high-school girl mental ramblings
Dont know. Am losing faith in Audible books.... this was a true waste of money
Nothing. It was just so disappointing!
I think there should be some vetting so that Audible books reach a minimum standard before they are put on the market. Unlike the bookstore, we cant browse it properly nor can we return the book and ask for a refundAlternatively give members a chance to get a refund if after the first 5 minutes the purchase turns out to be absolute disaster....
I see the review does not allow a ZERO star. I think the one star is ovegenerous
Good beginning but went downhill. Story implausible but at least an element of surprise at the end!
Amazing plot, very original and relevant in this age
Not much. The plot was so good reading it in a would have been equally enjoyable
I hope Audible offers more books of this calibre. Also suggest Audible starts a category `medical thrillers'
quite disappointing for a book by Nora Roberts, especially after reading `The Witness'. Boring story and such horribly affected voice
Nobody can be as bad as Sandra Burr. The worst female narrator I've listened to from Audible. Reminds me of primary school concert performances
The story line was good and performance outstanding.
That it depicted poverty in North America in such a vivid way
I wish more audible books were in the league of Jessica Almasy and Suzanne Toren's performance.
I hope to find another audible book near this standard
The narrator's voice was barely audible at times dipping so low to almost a growl. Apart from poor diction,the voice sounded like the narrator's chin seemed to be stuck in his chest and that took away any enjoyment a reader could have had. Disappointing because the basically the story line looked good, but the frustration of missing so much due to poor narration prevented me from being able to complete listening to the book.
Plot too corny
BORING PULP CORNY
I WENT BY REVIEWS BUT WILL BE CAREFUL IN FUTURE
Maybe just to a female friend
Yes, the part when she was in the Safe House about to celebrate her birthday
My esteem for Audible has certainly increased after enjoying this book!
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