In this gritty, gripping firecracker of a novel, the author of the best-selling Grant County, Georgia, series breaks thrilling new ground, weaving together the threads of a complex, multilayered story with the skill of a master craftsman. Packed with body-bending switchbacks, searing psychological suspense and human emotions, Triptych ratchets up the tension one revelation at a time as it races to a shattering and unforgettable climax.
©2006 Karin Slaughter; (P)2006 Books on Tape
Good story. The characters and story were not over the top for the subject matter. Keep my interest until the end.
I haven't read or listened to a single Karin Slaughter book I didn't devour. I couldn't wait for the jaw dropping ending, but hated it was over.
Predictable but entertaining
The aunts deception.
This is my first but not my last
Its not the cat that's got your tongue.
She is graphic at times but it adds punch to the story.She writes more like a man .I was very entertained even though the plot was very predictable.
The plot of the story was set at a good pace, with an excellent twist to keep the reader interested in the story line. Plus, the underlying family "drama" added good color that developed characters in a solid way.
The main character's background was approached unobtrusively and subtly, giving the reader enough good information to become invested enough to want to read or listen to another book he is involved in.
After listening to the book for 13 hrs it ended
I was enjoying the book
good easy to listen to
There was no ended it went to chapter 15
Will Trent is a good man, but broken in places by the situations of his life. This lends realism to this well-crafted mystery.
The author is very good at not telegraphing what's coming next. Suspenseful to the end, with many realistic twists and turns.
Some of the reader's Southern voices are somewhat contrived and not true.
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