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Publish date: September 8th 2009
Pages no: 360
Edition language: Italian
I listened to the audio of this book. The narrator was a bit annoying at times. I didn't really like his style. The story was okay, a bit dated maybe. The characters had blackberries instead of iPhones, GPS technology was brand new, and teenagers were on MySpace. The old tech was a bit distracting. ...
I started this book as it has been sitting there for ages. Plot Devise 1: Two parents installing spyware on their kid's (Adam) computer to see the sites that they visited and the texts they have sent. I hate this already as children have right to privacy too. Article 161. No child shall be subjected...
Harlan's style of writing is so effortless you aren't even aware of the writing itself. You're just sucked into the story. I could so relate to the drama of the parents I could barely put the book down to feed my family. LOL
I've read a few of Coben's books in the past and always find them a good way to spend my time. This one was no exception. It's a solid, engaging mystery set in suburbia where everybody seems to be hiding a secret.My only complaint was that at times I felt there were too many characters and I was a l...
While it's not as good as his Myron Bolitar novels, I would say this is his best independent novel. I enjoyed how everything tied together neatly in the end, it was a joy to read.
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