- MP3 CD
- Verlag: Brilliance Corp; Auflage: MP3 Una (4. Februar 2014)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1491510463
- ISBN-13: 978-1491510469
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 13,7 x 1,3 x 19 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1 Kundenrezension
Flee (Codename: Chandler) (Englisch)
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Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Award-winning author Ann Voss Peterson wrote her first story at seven years old and hasn’t stopped since. To pursue her love of creative writing, she’s worked as a bartender, horse groomer, and window washer. Now known for her adrenaline-fueled thrillers and Harlequin Intrigue romances, Ann draws on her wide variety of life experiences to fill her fictional worlds with compelling energy and undeniable emotion. She lives near Madison, Wisconsin, with her family and their border collie.
J. A. Konrath broke into the writing scene with his cocktail-themed mystery series, including Whiskey Sour, Bloody Mary, and Rusty Nail—stories that combine uproarious humor with spine- tingling suspense. Since then, Konrath has gone on to become an award- winning and best-selling author known for thriller and horror novels. He is also a pioneer of self-publishing models and posts industry insights on his world-famous blog, A Newbie’s Guide to Publishing. He lives in Chicago with his family and three dogs. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch.
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This book is for the adrenaline junkie in you. It's non stop thrills from beginning to end. Who thinks this stuff up? It hooked me from the beginning and just had to find time in my day to keep on reading until I got to the end. I thought the ending was a little far out there but, bravo.... bravo to the authors, what a wonderful creation. I'm on to the next book in the series.
Incredible detail and repetition is focused on the main character's sense of smell. Over and over. Stale food, musty carpet, the scent of fear, the smell of anxiety, it's a regular spice market. Now, obsessively describing odors might seem an odd thing to do in a book (unless scratch 'n sniff) but the constant fight "scenes" are worse. One character drapes her right angle over another character's left wrist, while a third one gives a punch in the solar plexus just as someone's knee nicks the left ear lobe of the person who tired to kick her in the groin but instead landed in the soft spot that a hollow point bullet nearly missed after ricocheting off the underside of a chair cushion...you'll need to stage these scenes yourself in order to figure out what's going on.
So, two stars because it would be an exciting movie, but reading it was not fun.
The reason that I gave his book only four stars is the technical writing issues. One that really annoyed me was the lack of chapter breaks. Granted that held me locked to the story, but it was annoying to not have a convenient location to stop. My second issue was that there are times when the writing tense seemed awkward and distracting, particularly in the latter portions of the book. However, as distracting as those issues were, they were not so bad that I couldn't continue reading the story.
My conclusion: Well worth the cost and time