From New York Times best-selling author Jeff Abbott...
Everyone has a memory they'd like to forget. For federal witness Miles Kendrick, it's the shootout that left his best friend dead - and Miles a hunted and haunted man. While helping his psychiatrist with a mysterious favor, Miles stumbles upon an illegal research program that could free him - and millions of others with post-traumatic stress disorder - from crippling memories. But when his doctor ends up dead, Miles must run for his life from a murderous conspiracy that gives new meaning to the word "fear."
©2013 Hachette Audio; 2006 Jeff Abbott
I would only recommend this book for a friend if it was narrated by someone else. The narrator kept switching voices he used for the different characters, which made following some of the dialogue very confusing. The story itself was great!
The performance would have been better if the narrator consistently used the same voice for each character. He would use one tone of voice for a certain character, only to then use it for a different character later in the book, and change the voice of the original character. I almost stopped listening to this story because the narrator was awful. However, the story itself is great, and I'm glad that I made it all the way through.
It may be better to just read this book unless you can find it narrated by someone else.
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