I found myself laughing at some of the most unususal places. The action would be at a peak and the suspense just killing me and the characters would say or do something that made me burst out in laughter. I loved it.
I will probably listen to it again in a few years when it will seem new but I seldom reread a book sooner.
Yes, the last half of the book was very suspenseful and kept me guessing nearly to the end.
That would be giving it away but the rescue was very exciting.
Could you ever imagine what it would be like to go head to head with the most unpredictable psycho you could imagine?
I liked the additional character development. Sometimes I wish the narrator were a little more expressive or enthusiastic.
Although I liked the story, Bonnie Hurren managed to mispronounce at least 100- words. That is always so distracting for me.
sometimes it kept me on the edge of my seat and at others it was a yawn and others it was all the suspense I could handle.
I enjoyed the plot line, with its interesting twists and turns but it was a hard listen. The arrogance of Agent Pendergast was irritating. He and his evil brother are supposed to be geniuses yet they both act in stupid ways. The narration is also irritating, especially Scott's characature of Pendergast. If I were D'Agosta, I would have walked away from his so called friend, Pendergast. I should have gotten the abridged version. That might have been a bit less tedious.
The story grabbed me from the first chapter and kept me enthralled to the last. I clued into the emotional turmoil of Lindsay Boxer, feeling the fears and the joy. Lindsay managed to disprove the killer's motto "Nobody Cares." She cares. Excellent read.
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