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
I listened to this book years ago and yet it crosses my mind, when listening to others, newscasts, debates or overhear conversations. It has made me tolerant of differences and how things are not always what you see hear, and believe
Excellent narrator. The story was a little predictable and not as clever as Slaughter's latest books, but still entertaining.
Stories are a journey and a destination worth while.
I liked the characters of the book, I know this is a series mostly about the detective, Will Trent, however I did like other characters in the book more and will be sad that they are not in the rest of the series.
Ms. Slaughter has written a book that is powerful and tugged at my heart strings. Michael Kramer read with a heart and such humane passion that felt like the book could have been written by him. Few times his narration almost brought tears to my eyes. Gory and violent, yes, but with a cause and within the context.
If you love true crime novels you should enjoy this one! Definitely not for the faint of heart tho. Ms. Slaughter does not sugar coat anything but tells it like it is. Welcome to the REAL world folks. Unfortunately, it's not always peaches n cream but can be downright wicked and ugly at times :/
It was a great action filled performance! Love the gore and the depth of all of the characters.
Will Trent... Obviously
No I haven't
I almost choked when the narrator pronounced "De Cab" county as "De Kahlb." Any Atlantan knows it's wrong and it detracted from the story. If the story is about atlanta natives, the narrator should pronounce words like we do.
The southern accent was contrived and not at all like anyone under 75 speaks. I'm a native Mississippian and I don't drag out my words like I'm in a bad version of Driving Miss Daisy. Our accents are more colorful and subtle. I love a southern accent and the narrator's was not ev n close.
The story was great, however. Mr. Narrator, please research how us Atlantans pronounce things.
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