At first I thought this story was going to follow a Hollywood plot - that's an unkind thing to say I know. But it soon become obvious this story was i..Show More »n a league of its own and I couldn't wait for every chance to listen to it. On the edge of your seat is a cliché, but it applies to this chilling and perplexing story. Shatter is an excellent book by Michael Robotham - I highly recommend it!
I enjoyed listening to this book on my walk to work in the mornings, during my lunchtimes and on my way home again. Sometimes even on the weekends lyi..Show More »ng on the couch. It was an even paced story which held my interest from start to finish.
My second book from Michael Robotham with psychologist Joe O'Loughlin hot on the trail of a nasty kidnapper. Three years ago Piper and her friend Tas..Show More »h went missing without a clue until a mystery body is found frozen in the lake. The book is exciting and fast paced with different people telling the story which makes it so much more interesting. I loved it and highly recommend it. Narrator Sean Barrett is brilliant.
Another great book from Michael Robotham in the Joe O'Loughlin, psychologist, series but you certainly don't need to read them in order, they each sta..Show More »nd alone. The main character here is Marnie Logan who is in her mid-30s and a mother of two children. Her husband Daniel is missing and his large gambling debts are now Marnie's responsibility to pay but unfortunately she is unable to access his bank accounts, or life insurance as she cannot prove that he is dead. Things go from bad to worse, then bodies start turning up. Anyone who has done something wrong by Marnie ends up dying and as listeners we are flung about with twists, turns and red herrings right up until the very last page. Certainly worth listening to.
Well read. This is the second book of MR's read by Sean Barrett that I have listened to - they make a great combination. Michael knows how to write a ..Show More »gripping yarn with a great balance between the real story line, description and the human side of things. The one annoying part towards the end was how 'sloppy' Joe was in letting Charlie go off by herself a few times and how 'sloppy' his friend the ex cop was in watching Charlie at the nursing home.