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I Choose You

Narrated by: Esther Wane
Length: 7 hrs and 34 mins
3.5 out of 5 stars (35 ratings)

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When a killer chooses you, what choice do you have?

Thirty years ago, Elise and Nathaniel shared a horrific trauma that united them in grief. Now, grown up and married with a young family, they feel their worst nightmares are behind them. Until the day their daughter is abducted and murdered. 

Both Elise and Nathaniel lost their mothers to a notorious killer who manipulated innocent victims into taking their own lives. Could it be that the Watcher has returned for another round of the same sadistic game? Why now? And why are Elise and Nathaniel being targeted again? 

When Elise’s family falls under suspicion, her world crashes down around her. Is there anyone she can trust, or is her whole life built on lies? 

Only one thing is clear. Someone left their cruel game unfinished all those years ago. This time the Watcher intends to win - once and for all.

©2019 Gayle Curtis. (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

Editor's Pick

When it stops, no one knows…
"Imagine being the target of a sick and cruel game, one where you’re offered two options: to either kill yourself or be killed by a murderer? Gayle Curtis kicks off her audio debut with I Choose You, a thriller packed with eerie twists and turns at every chapter. I was instantly intrigued by the plot, but I stayed for the character development and the performance. One thing that you learn right away while listening, the mystery of the story does not lie within the knowing who or what the killer is after. The mystery lies within the main characters, Elise and Nathaniel, and whether they are as reliable as they seem. The more you learn, the more questions you ask! Esther Wane beautifully delivers a very cold and daunting performance and will leave you wanting more and more.."—Nicole R., Audible Editor

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Not a bad book

The plot was very interesting and the characters were well developed. The only reason I didn’t rate this book higher was because it is a bit confusing. I think if the author had used the idea of years instead of “then and now” it would had been so much better. The narrator was good but I think she could have done more to clarify the time line. Perhaps with more dramatic pauses. Overall, it was a decent novel and I will definitely read other works by Gayle Curtis.

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not great

too much cussing, storyline dragging with unnecessary details. I did not enjoy this book.will not buy it.

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Too much jumping back and forth.

Struggled to finish, kept waiting for it to get better. Would have been better had it not jumped back & forth so much.

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The mystery is good but it jumps around too much.

Normal, not a type of book I would read. But I decided to try something different. For most of the book, I was lost. There were 3stories going on and they would jump around a lot. several times I thought about putting down the book and moving on to a new book. But I like finishing books. So I finished it.