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Chosen to Die

Narrated by: Alan Nebelthau
Series: Montana - To Die, Book 2
Length: 12 hrs and 32 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (596 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

From number-one New York Times best-selling author Lisa Jackson comes this chilling tale of the race to stop a madman. Detective Regan Pescoli investigated the "Star-Crossed Killer" case for months, only to become the next victim. Abducted and left to freeze in the wilds of Montana, Regan has little chance to survive. But her lover Nate isn't about to let her die. With help from Regan's partner Selena, Nate launches a desperate search - knowing full well the clock is ticking.
©2009 Susan Lisa Jackson (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC

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great :)

I have read LEFT TO DIE in hard cover and could hardly wait for the sequel to come out,this book didnot dissappoint me....i love this book, the reader is great and i couldnt stop listening!

12 of 12 people found this review helpful

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Nail-Biting Suspense, Cold, Calculated Murder

Wow! This one starts out with chilling (literally and figuratively), calculating menace and continues on from there. Keeps you guessing who the murderer is . . . as another woman is hung in the cold forest to die . . . couldn't stop listening . . .

6 of 6 people found this review helpful

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Great sequel!

After reading Left to Die, I could hardly wait to find the sequel. This book starts off with the ending of the first book, so it picks up exactly where the other one left off. I thought the sequel was great, and the storyline hooked me from the first book. I had hoped the sequel would be narrated by someone other than Alan Nebelthau, whom I thought was terribly boring to listen to, but unfortunately he is also the narrator of this one. The third book in the series comes out in August 2011, so it will be interesting to see how the series continues.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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Lots of suspense

Chosen to Die is a really good story with almost continuous suspense during the last half of the book. My issue with the narration results from the author's decision to write most of the story in the third person but writing the bad guys' portions in the first person. Using the same narrator for both the third and first person's portions would have been fine for narrators who have a wide voice range which this narrator does not have.

5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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Chosen to Die

Great Book. Thank you Lisa Jackson. Held me in suspense through the whole book. Ignored everyone while listening.:)

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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Not as good as the first.

This was a fairly good read, however, for me no where close to the exiting, suspenseful story of the first book. The first in the series was more about a woman rescued by a stranger in the woods, (who may or may not be a serial killer), and their relationship, and less about the two woman investigators. A bit too predictable for me and I could not get attached to the main character. I was more attached to the characters in the first book that were not brought forward in the story.

The loose ends were tied up in an exciting but abrupt ending. I am hoping that the next book in the series is better and less predictable.

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bad narration

The narrator ruined this . It made it increasingly hard to listen. Really ruined a great story.

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good read

love the story line, in parts it drag little very good ending. waiting for next

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Series is great

The audio was good. Sometimes I confused who was speaking but with story kept me enthralled. Getting ready to read number three.

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Weak story, foolish protagonist, silly love life

Author seems almost misogynistic - women are foolish, unprofessional, ignorant, and embarrassing. If the women are decent cops, their absurd personal lives make them unreliable, foolish, and embarrassing. The pseudo Mexican accent is ridiculous. There is no reason that a Mexican American cop from Oregon would have such a thick accent! Romantic issues make the women sound stupid, thoughtless, and ill equipped for adulthood and a serious career in police work.