The “Prey” novels by Pulitzer prize-winning journalist John Sandford consistently make the best seller lists, but they are not for the faint of heart. Featuring Minneapolis Lieutenant Lucas Davenport, these thrillers are raw, graphic, and impossible to put down. In Eyes of Prey, a depressed and unfocused Davenport takes on a macabre case, tracking down a serial killer who maims the eyes of his victims after he has murdered them.
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This narrator is awesome. No question when he changes characters.
Yes. It's very exciting from start to finish. Stayed on the edge of my seat from one victim to the next.
This is the second book I have listened to narrated by Ferrone. I truly become a bigger fan with every paragraph.
The combination of good storyline, believable main character and realistic narration make this series irresistible.
I plan to continue the series. Ferrone is a very good reader.
Ending was pretty good and a little bit better than i expected
There were times that i almost stopped listening because i had figured out most of the plot but kept listening. Glad i did.
I've only read these authors books through audible and these ones were originally unavailable so it's been good to catch up with where things started and this book worked well for me.
Storyline more weird than interesting, and needs to be a little more plausible. Good ending though...excellent wrap up. Entertaining. Good performance but sounded like it was recorded in somebody's den instead of a sound studio.
Love the series but Lucas' depression and actions don't wear well in this post-Ferguson era. Maybe it rings true as Sanford allows some of the racist and similarly negative cops' view of the world come through.
I wish he had done more with the bad guys and given them a bit more depth.
The story is interesting, but the narrator's over-the-top, film noir inflection is both distracting and annoying. Enough already. I've listened to a few other Sandford books and really liked them. I will pay closer attention to the narrator before I get another one.
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