I have to admit I had not heard of Charles Cullen and this was a very enjoyable nonfiction book that I would recommend to true crime lovers!
after two and a half hours of non stop on the verge of being killed with no story and getting yelled at by the narrator...I gave up and started skipping chapters and never did come across anything resembling an interesting story. Shame because I loved the Jack Daniels series...
Okay, I could only get through the first couple of chapters and a few things were interesting, the having two people narrate, for instance, but in the portion I listened to, he followed up on something interesting with a noninteresting fact related to "if you smoked pot"-kind of thing. Sorry; I've never smoked pot and just can't connect with you...
I found myself waiting with baited breath for each chapter...Very well written and I would recommend it to everyone.
The narrator drove me nuts; couldn't listen any more to the lisps and oh, so, soft voice. Kept wanting to slap him and say, "Man Up!"
This was the first novel I've listened to from Harlan Coben and I enjoyed it thoroughly! I will no doubt download many more. I especially loved the ending!
Lighthearted and enjoyable read and definitely has me interested in reading more of this author.
I read the very first book and was totally hooked on Department Q and Detective Carl or is it Karl and especially his middle-eastern sidekick Assi (?) What a great story and great quips! Love the author! Keeps you guessing right up to the end!
If I would have known it was a zombie type book, I proably wouldn't have bought it, but all in all it was a good story for the younger crowd. Of course the 17 year old heroine was possessed of way too many attributes for any 17 year old I've ever seen, but if I were 17, I'd probably like to see this empowered young lady. Like I said, I'm not into these types of books, but I did enjoy this story and it would have been better if it was narrated by someone who wasn't continually screaming and out of breath.
One of the top.
Kept you going
It seems all foreign books I've read lately deal with incest and thankfully this one didn't and changed my mind into wanting more!
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