Number-one New York Times best-selling author Harlan Coben set huge sales records with last year’s Six Years - and he’s poised to do it again in his next breathtaking stand-alone thriller. Harlan Coben, author of six consecutive instant number-one New York Times best sellers and a total of 24 award-winning, best-selling, and internationally acclaimed novels, returns with another ripped-from-real-life thriller full of impossibly high emotional stakes and the real-to-life characters for which he has become famous.
©2014 Harlan Coben (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. Words and music to the song “Demon Lover” composed by Michael Peter Smith, Bird Avenue PublishingASCAP, © 1986, used with permission. All rights reserved.
Compelling story with lots of twists. A light read. Good for the beach.
More depth for the villain.
I have worked so hard for so long that I've had very little time to read. Enter iPhone4; now an earbud has cut driving time while I enjoy!!!
Mr Coben -- I had never heard about you until I signed up for your pre-release, caught up in the excitement, much like when I go shopping and just HAVE to have this article. Well I am TOTALLY glad I did! You are now my new favorite and January is brilliant; thank you for your wise choice of readers.
When this book started, skipping to another plot, I daydreamed somewhat until I decided hey, I have missed something important here! So I went back to the beginning (after probably 1/3 the way through) and I am SO glad I did! This book is so well balanced with the good, the bad and the ugly! You are now my favorite author, and January my favorite narrator. I was blown away by this book, needless to say!
I have a wide variety of interests in reading, and few favorite authors, with fewer still readers. Mr Coben, I am going to read all your books. If they are just half as good as Missing You, you have a new fan for life!
Most of the audible books I buy I end up rating a 4 or a 5. After listening to this book, I realize I should save my ratings of 5 for a book like this. Harlan Coben is great, although after a while Myron Bolitar can get boring. I have enjoyed many Bolitar books, but there has never been a non-Bolitar book that I would not rate a 5 or above.
The narrator for Missing You was excellent even though I usually prefer male narrators, especially Scott Brick.
Highly recommend this novel!
I LOVE Harlan Coben BUT if this book had been my first - I would have NEVER tried another
This book has a VERY boring beginning, in fact I was a few chapters in still trying to figure out what I had purchased and was going to return it when it got interesting.
Decent ending which helped make up for the horrid beginning......
This story was neatly put out. I had figured it most out from about a third into the book. So I wasn't in for many surprises. A bit predictable yet still entertaining. After you've read enough if these books you may want to be challenged a little more. The narration was excellent. Overall it wasn't a bad book. But it was by no means a classic.
A real pageturner
Kat. She is a really good heroine.
This book was one of the more entertaining books I've read in a long time. It was good storytelling and I didn't have to become a philosophizer to enjoy it lol.
I like everything about it.I did not want to stop listening, went I had to stop listening, I could not wait to get back to it!
I loved the end
I started this book about 2 days ago and could NOT stop listening to it when I got home tonight. I was glued to it. I found myself cheering out loud for Dana Phelps and absolutely loved the characters. I've listened to several books on Audible now, some thrillers and some nerdy school material, and this is HANDS DOWN the best book. When you find yourself talking out loud to the characters, it says something about the way the book sucks you in.
I am grateful that the writer was able to tie everything together and provide a satisfying ending.
Wonderfully written and beautiful narrative.
Yes. I'm a Harlan Coben fan and this did not disappoint.
Just a good entertaining story that wanted you to keep listening.
Yes. Coben is still a master storyteller, though this is not one of my favorites.
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