Honestly, I considered giving up on this a couple of times. I wanted to try something that wasn’t fantasy or science fiction or non-fiction, the categories I seem to keep falling into.
This is a paint-by-numbers thriller. By that I mean the characters are thin, bland stereotypes and the plot, while is has some turns to keep you guessing, ultimately has no depth, no meaning.
Everything just sort of ambles along. It’s the book equivalent of a TV movie.
Matt Wolfe does a pretty-average job reading too. His choice of voices seemed a little odd. It was easy enough to listen to though. Competent but unremarkable.
Definitely one to skip.