From best-selling author Kay Hooper comes a thrilling tale with a paranormal bent and a touch of romance. Cassie Neill has a powerful but troubling gift. She can see inside the minds of serial killers as they are planning their crimes. Tormented by her ability, she takes refuge in a secluded North Carolina town. But there's no escaping her visions, and when a body surfaces just where she predicted, Cassie is suddenly a suspect.
©2000 Kay Hooper (P)2002 Recorded Books, LLC
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"Good story, bad narration"
I would try another Kay Hooper book
She sounds old for the age of the characters in the book, lots of strange pauses and I didn't care for her interpretation of the characters. She made the book more boring than it really was.
I enjoyed the story, I just wish it was a better narrator.
Captivating, enthralling, suspense packed, a great ending with a couple of twists. The only criticism i can give this book is that it ended :(
Its always sad when you finish a book you cant put down for the life of you!
"droning monotone narration"
The tone of her voice never changed. The woman that narrated this story should only be allowed to read hypnosis recordings.
"good story not good narrator"
I didn't like wallis-- made Cassie seem to flat and aloof. not good narrating voice
"Story: good - Narrator: not so much :("
I enjoyed the story even though some of the dialog was hokey. My only complaint relates to the narrator. Her deep, husky voice was difficult to listen to; particularly her interpretation of male voices. I nearly ground my teeth to bits clenching my jaws listening to this narrator. In the future, I will avoid her readings.
"The characters are very relatable"
Yes, great narrator and the story had enough suspense to be interesting.
The scene when the characters realize what they were missing in life.
"Narrator would be great at bedtime stories..."
Although I enjoyed the storeyline, I'm afraid the narrator took the enjoyment out of the audible experience for me. She kept putting me to sleep with a dull monotone voice. She had a higher pitch for females and lower pitch for males, but all the females sounded alike and the same for the males. I had to keep checking to see who was talking because you just couldn't tell one from another.
I enjoy Kay Hooper books, and the story here wasn't one of my favorites, but still enjoyed it.
Nothing short of another narrator would have helped the performance.
Lots of suspense building, but a little predictable ending.
"Terrible awful horrible horrific narrative!"
This was the absolute worst narration that I have ever heard! I thought up until now that I've heard bad but I was terribly wrong. There are long pauses and you wonder what happened. Everyone has the same voice. It's bad. Bad bad.
"Storey was great"
I thought her performance was good but her mic was to close. It was distracting to hear her mouth opening or licking her lips. I am not sure if she used a headset or why it felt like I could hear everything thing she did but her telling of the story was good.
This story needed to move faster and the main female character needed to be less mousy.
Better connection between the love interests. Faster pace.
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