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Come Home: A Novel Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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“Maggi-Meg Reed wraps the listener tightly into the suspense and emotional tangle with a powerful performance…Reed propels the story with drive and energy, and a near frenzy of emotional turmoil. She astutely projects the near-hysteria of sudden loss, the cold rage of rejection, and the angst of teenage uncertainty. Listeners believe each emotion, and root for Jill to survive and come out whole on the other side.” ―AudioFile Magazine
“Maggi-Meg Reed's reading of this very emotional thriller is outstanding.” ―Sound Commentary
About the Author
Lisa Scottoline is a New York Times bestselling and Edgar Award--winning author of eighteen novels. She has served as the president of the Mystery Writers of America and her recent novel Look Again has been optioned for a feature film. She is a weekly columnist for The Philadelphia Inquirer and her columns have been collected in two books and optioned for television. She has 25 million copies of her books in print in the United States, and she has been published in thirty countries. She lives in the Philadelphia area with an array of disobedient pets.
Maggi-Meg Reed is the narrator of numerous popular audiobooks including Alex Kava's One False Move, Sebastien Japrisot's A Very Long Engagement, and Audrey Niffenegger's The Time Traveler's Wife. Reed is a multiple Audie nominee, Earphones winner, and AudioFile Featured Narrator. In 2008, she was named the Best Voice in Fiction & Classics by AudioFile magazine. Her voice can also be heard on television and radio commercials across the country, and AudioFile Magazine has called her narration"fresh, intelligent, and attentive". She lives in Brooklyn, NY.
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The entire storyline is completely unbelievable. Jill being a pediatrician has absolutely nothing to do with the book at all. The medical references were incorrect and irritating. The sick child did nothing for the storyline except for take up space. Do we really need to know what each person is wearing from head to toe on every page? All through the book the characters acted a certain way, then in the last chapter everyone had personality transplants. Very inconsistent!
Extremely disappointed in this book.
The main character Jill is too good to be believed. Doctor, detective, mother, ex-stepmother. She can solve crimes better than the FBI in one flying leap. She can drive faster than hired assassins. Lets make her into Superwoman.
Everything was unbelievable. The family dynamics were screwed up. Who chooses their step children which were written to be immature and obnoxious over their fiancé and daughter?
Who puts herself at risk all the time to help people who don't want her help. Her ex-husband was such an obnoxious womanizing creep she should have been glad he was dead and let it rest.
The only parts that held my interest were when she plied her skills as a doctor trying to save a very ill baby and the last third of the book.
The action and pace increased to where I was finally getting into it but unfortunately the story became unbelievable toward the end with an finale that was like soda that fizzles out.
Lets talk dialogue. It needs to be believable. I found her daughters conversations very hackneyed and clichéd. The author was pulling out all the stops with teenage slang and the result was amateurish.
I give her kudos on all the research she did to produce this book but when I compare it to Look Again which I have read three times and Don't Go which I could not put down, I sadly have to say this novel is a disappointment.
It's good for a fast read but if you are looking for deep emotional depth and a mystery that keeps you riveted this is not the book for you. Hears hoping her next mystery lives up to the authors pervious work.