The explanations at the beginnings of the chapters made me think of an outline, a technique that might help in writing the story but only annoying as part of it.
It got very good reviews, but couldn't hold my attention.
The narrator did a pretty fair job but had little to work with.
I was disappointed overall.
I love Dean Koontz and he's written some really great novels that I would recommend highly, but this one is just average and somewhat disappointing for a Koontz fan.
Thought provoking entertainment. Mr. Grisham uses topics I can relate to and sympathize with. His outcome is satisfying and leaves me with a good feeling.
I couldn't get involved in this story, even though I tried twice to listen. Was there a plot? Couldn't tell. The narrator, Natalie Ross, was over acting to the point of being annoying. I also couldn't figure out what category this book would fall under, sci-fi maybe?
Very well written and the story kept me guessing. Loved every minute of it! It gives an insight to victimism.
I bought this one because I love Will Patton’s narrations, but it is “Apocalypse Now” on hallucinogens. I’m not sure I’ll make it through this book and I don’t want to listen again. The writer needs to find some different drugs because these aren't working.
Close enough to today's reality to be a little frightening. Big Brother IS watching and most of us are complacent enough to accept the small invasions of our privacy. What we sometimes fail to realize is that our rights and our privacy are being devoured in small bites and we continue to accept it so Big Brother continues to take bites. What do we do when its all gone?
I read the book years ago and loved it, but the narrator is just annoying.
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