Narrated by Mel Foster
This is one of those rare books that I think I would have preferred reading than listening to, though the feel was there. The story as can be seen from its name, is of a child kidnapper. There are a few twists hidden within the tale and it is a good read, an even better one for those who favour this genre.
Scott made an error in judgement eight years ago, and he is now paying the price for it. His kid has been kidnapped by a man who had the FBI running in circles a long time ago. The twists I mentioned earlier continue to rear their head at crucial junctions of the tale, ensuring that we are paying attention, I had to go back a bit to make sure I heard right a couple of times. The only reason I give it three stars was that I felt it could have been a shorter chase, it would have kept me on tenterhooks easier if all the things that happened, happened closer together. The people are very believable and overall the hunter and hunted change places often.
My last post of listening to a narration was :Gideon’s Rescue (Gideon and Sirius #4) by Alan Russell
I have been experimenting with my sewing machine recently, and therefore it has led to an increase in audio vs actual reading.
I could have continued with the series, but the next story was of another kidnapping so I jumped genre and now my Kindle unlimited looks like this:
What do you think of my current list? Any recommendations/suggestions
P.S: DO check out my October 2018 Books vs Moods for my take on the Goodreads choice awards, there are two days left and I really hope at least a few of them do make it to the next round!