The first book in the Bishop Files, a new trilogy from the New York Times best-selling author Kay Hooper...
Months ago Sarah Gallagher woke from a coma with psychic abilities she couldn't control. They changed her life and cost her the man she loved. And now, someone is playing games with Sarah's mind.
It begins with Sarah's home being destroyed by fire - an act of arson that draws novelist Tucker Mackenzie into Sarah's confidence. But he has other reasons for pursuing a woman who can see what others can't. So does a mysterious enemy intent on eliminating Sarah, and everyone she cares about. Because it's only a matter of time before her visions lead her and Tucker to a secret many will kill to hide. Only then will they begin to discover the scope of a terrifying conspiracy so deep and complex they can trust almost no one.
©2012 Kay Hooper (P)2012 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I haven't read the entire book, in fact I couldn't even get past the first chapter because the narrator's voice is so annoying. I can't stand it when a female narrator attempts to do a male voice. It would have been much better with a male and female narrating this book. I was looking forward to this because I'm an avid Noah Bishop fan, however, I'm going to have to buy the e-book to get through the entire story.
In the future I'll make sure to stay away from any audiobook with this narrator.
The story doesn't need to be changed, good book so far, however, two different narrator's; one male and one female would have been more enjoyable.
Her voice is annoying; especially when she attempts to do a male voice.
Speaker, Coach, Author - in Reno, NV (A GREAT place!) I've been an avid Audible fan for several years. Listen on my iPhone many hours each week.
Oh, brother. I forced myself to wait 'til the end of this book to write a review. I kept hoping it would get better and it never did. I have read or listened to many of Kay Hooper's books and have enjoyed them all. This one was ridiculous and I think the narrator made it worse. I don't want to just beat up on the narrator or the story, but I would highly recommend you go find one of Hooper's early books/series and listen to that one. And definitely make sure they are narrated by someone else. If there are more in this series (since Hooper tends to write in groups), I won't buy them, that is for sure.
I enjoyed the book. Not one of the best of hers. The narrator was female and her attempt to change her voice to a male's was laughable. It would have been more enjoyable if she had not tried.
Character building for future books in series
Nothing stands out
Ok. Didn't make other than main character voice different enough
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