LOVE THEM TO PIECES
A beautiful jogger, drained of blood, dismembered, then meticulously reassembled on the grass in Central Park. Subway derailments, plummeting elevators, collapsing construction cranes, apartment explosions - all creating a bloody, senseless puzzle. Detective Frank Quinn knows that even while the slayer is taunting the cops and the public, he's also screaming to be caught. But Quinn will have to risk everything he holds precious to bring in this killer....
©2015 John Lutz (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
Love to get a book that I can't stop reading. I love page turners
The book was good, Scott Brick narration is always spot on. Had it been someone else I may have not liked it as much. He can make any book better over all worth the listen
I kept looking at my iPod to see if I accidentally purchased the abridged version of the book. It seemed like there where huge holes in the story. The setting would change and a lot of time had passed. It was like I had missed a chapter or two, and this happened several times throughout the book.
Lutz usually includes all of the characters working at his agency, with this book they are all but non existent. The story line was unrealistic. The only way this story could have been more ridiculous and sloppy is if the main character Quinn had decided to dress as Batman and was battling the Joker.
Yes, his performance was as I expected it would be.
It made the other books in the series look much better.
I don't know if I will ever read another Frank Quinn book. This book felt like Lutz pushed it out just to satisfy a publishing contract or for a quick buck. This effort is so far below Lutz's usually effort. Weak storyline, weak plot progressing, poor organization with huge holes in the story. I am so disappointed.
For all of you reviewers out there, I want you to know how important you are to me. Reviews are very powerful. Thought you should know.
What an overdone, melodramatic mess this is. A recycle of a serial killer story, complete with the abusive childhood backstory recounted in multiple historical flashbacks, then throw in dozens of deaths performed in numerous ways which become ever more unbelievable.
Our villain is called The Gremlin, and while his description is remarkable for short, jockey-sized stature, an outlandishly large and pointed ear, and a spritely, skipping stride, he seems to miraculously evade recognition time and time again - even by people who are actively looking for him and within hand-shaking distance, and despite being front-page news for weeks, if not months. He also seems to have all the time in the world to plan and carry out his murders, some of which in the real world would take hours and require enormous muscular stamina to perform. And the murders, like his pointy ear, become more outlandish as the story progresses. What a pile of baloney.
Not even the great Scott Brick can salvage this turkey. My suggestion? Move along...there's nothing to see here.
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