"One afternoon Jane Whittaker went to the store for some milk and eggs and forgot who she was...." This unnerving situation is just the start of the terror in store for Jane in this thrilling mystery that follows in the tradition of the queen of suspense, Mary Higgins Clark.
©1991 Joy Fielding; (P)1991 Dove Audio, Inc.
The ending! AHH! Do not listen to this book while @ work! Several co-workers ran in to see if I was okay after gasping, "OH MY WORD!" in the most horrified voice - oops!
Jane! Her determination & strength
The whispers, the excitement, the horror - I enjoyed it.
YES....& I did!
Do not hesitate on this book!
I listened straight through the end without stopping because the story is gripping. I just don't like reading about depressing situations. there is no feel good ending.
I prefer my narrators have a few voices for characters but otherwise well read.
There are graphic and disturbing scenes described in this book that involve children
I wish I had known before I read it, because I wouldn't have.
I picked this book based on a seperate review online. I was duped. The story lacked proper development and the foreshadowing was meager. It was not worth my time and money to download and listen to this book. should have taken a pass.
The author's voice and performance irritated me and made each character unlikable. It was a bit sing-songy and overly dramatic. The characters reacted in unbelievable robotic ways. The dialog was forced and wordy. No one talks like that. Just not my type of book, writing style, performance.
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