I've been an audiobook fan since I was in my teens. I like listening to a large variety of stories. A great way to refresh a favourite story
Sometimes it feels that the audio version has been re-edited and the tones of the performer doesn't quite match throughout the book
The emotion and the conflict of the characters are well performed.
Almost feels like a listening to the people in the booth behind you. You the people talking arguing and you pretend that your not listening but you so are....
The narrator performer of the audio dialogue was great all the way through. You can tell which characters are talking just from the change of tone. But for the monologue inbetween dialogue very same tone, and sometimes the story could be missed, if your not paying attention.
At some points I found myself laughing, specially the flash back stories.
The interaction between the characters and the narrator is the only thing that kept me listening to this story.I disliked the ending. I was left feeling with a large case of, what was the point of that.
Depends on the mood wanted from the book. .Explict sex scenes and great chemistry between characters so the storyline doesn't really matter. Then yes I would. But if they want all that and a storyline that they can get into and a satisfactory ending... then no way.
If this was ever made into a movie... err not likely as it would need a much better subplot to pull that off
It should be a cast of unknowns, but I could see the female lead as A.J. Cook (JJ from criminal minds slightly younger
Male lead as Steven Strait... (Caleb from the Covenant or Stevie from Magic City, slightly older ... maybe)
If they made the TV Series with reallt well known actors, it would be cut to shreds to turn it into a 12 rated movie.