I don't understand why this one was worth two credits. The book was good, but definitely not as good as "Triptych". It was not filled with as many tw..Show More »ists as "Triptych", nor did it have the same character interdependency. After reading "Triptych", "Faithless" was a bit of a disappointment.
I regret giving this such a low rating, but the writing had serious problems. The worst is that the timeline skitters all over the place, way over th..Show More »e line of comprehensibility. You never know whether something is happening now or happened weeks ago. There are also odd grammatical errors that aren't enough to ruin the story, but mildly annoy -- given that she's among the rare few who know not to say "firstly" or "importantly," it seems strange she'd then misuse "comprise." The story is miserable, too. All of the major female characters have been savaged and brutalized. And the sex scenes are gratuitous rather than contributing to the meaning of the story.
AUDIO: Adequate, but there are noticeable misemphases and her low voices lose expression.
It's safe to say this is not my favorite in the Will Trent series, but by no means do I regret this purchase. Few writers have the skill to create cha..Show More »racters so engrossing you feel like they are family. Two other great authors who happen to be my favorites, James Lee Burke and Jo Nesbo, share Slaughter's remarkable gift of story telling. But I can't imagine knowing anyone like Dave Robicheaux, Clete Purcell or Harry Hole.
Will Trent and the whole cast of characters in this series are complex and intriguing. I just don't tire of listening. Continuing on my baseball analogy, Broken is another double. Criminal= home run Unseen= home run Triptych= home run Undone= double Fallen= sacrifice fly