Typical Deaver book--the writing isn't fantastic but the plot is fun and always leaves you guessing.
I was really disappointed, though, that the last six hours of the book was an abridged version of The Blue Nowhere (which I've already read).
Anyway, it's a fun listen, but ignore the third part of the download.
I'm halfway through this book so far. This is the first time I've forced myself to sit though a book that Dick Hill has narrated. I am stumped as to why he's been allowed to read so many books. All of the characters sound exactly the same and the way he breaks up sentences every few words is driving me insane.
The plot is keeping me listening, but the terrible narration highlights all the (minor) flaws in the book so far. I might end up giving up and finishing the book in print.
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