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Don't Ever Forget Audio CD – Unabridged, 4 August 2020
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- Publisher : Bolinda/Brilliance audio; Simultaneous Release edition (4 August 2020)
- Language : English
- ISBN-10 : 1799768457
- ISBN-13 : 978-1799768456
- Dimensions : 13.2 x 1.4 x 12.2 cm
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Somebody was being given Valium in this and I never really grasped who it was....there is some confusion here and there.
Lovely cover on this version. Hope he keeps it.
He does that awful American thing where they write shined and not shone, and he wrote it many times !!! At one point say was written and not said and he spelt discernible wrong as discernable. At one point Susan was making a call but then all of a sudden she was taking a call. Bit baffling. There were also a few dropped apostrophes but nothing too horrendous.
A couple of passages near the end made me sniffy so there's a bit of everything here. I'll give the next in a series a go but probably AFTER I've read the stories that came before this time round.
The only good thing I can say about the book is that the author does tie up all the loose ends. It doesn't make up for the ridiculous, convoluted, complicated plot: a conspiracy involving many people, who are not criminals and do not know each other, coming together to commit a terrible crime, for the most flimsy of reasons. Absolutely none of their motivations (all are different) make any sense. Here is an example: a promise that in exchange for kidnapping and murdering someone, your elderly mother will get an immediate liver transplant. (She has been denied because she is apparently considered too old for the operation.) This promise is made in a shadowy text message, by an unknown person, who there is NO reason to believe could have any influence or say in the matter. The motivations of the other co-conspirators are no more believable.
One last thought: How many psychos and serial killers is too many? Read this book, to find out. I don't like to be mean, but this story is flat-out ridiculous. I will actively avoid reading anything else by the author of this one. This book is missing almost everything that makes reading a pleasure.
This book is just terrible. I urge you to pick another one, instead.
They are all mentally disturbed in some way and it all goes badly wrong; a State Trooper and others are murdered in the attempt.
The kidnappers are identified and apprehended by some pretty unlikely and very fortuitous Police work.
Over complicated, I had trouble keeping track of who was who.