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- Listening Length: 9 hours and 39 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Audible Studios
- Audible.com Release Date: June 5, 2012
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0088UTFY6
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Most of the characters have dimension and personality, from the police to the feds to the people introduced along the way. I love that the Mobius plot has so much more to it than the standard repeated crime scenario. When he finds out about the terrorism plot his plans change drastically. I also like the fact that while he takes an interest in Tess’s attempts to catch him, he isn’t obsessed in the creepy manner that fictional serial killers often take on. It’s a different sort of protagonist fixation; it really works and makes things that much more interesting.
There’s plenty of suspense in this book. It might have helped to read book one first, but I didn’t feel particularly lost in reading Next Victim first. The pacing is nicely varied, ratcheting up as the stakes grow.
The storyline was fast paced with lots of clues and twists along the way. The author wove together two storylines seamlessly and with great aplomb. Again I stayed up too late because I had to finish the book. Can't wait to read the next one.
Not as fast-paced as a Harlan Coben book, NEXT VICTIM nevertheless managed to hold my attention from the very beginning.
His prose is better than most best-selling authors in this genre, and you don't have to be a Federal Officer to see that NEXT VICTIM was very well researched. Sub-plots were weaved expertly into the main story, and there were plenty of twists and surprises all the way to the very end.
It takes a hell of a lot to turn me into a fan, but that's precisely what Michael Prescott managed to do with this novel. As soon as I finish this review, I'll be downloading my next Michael Prescott novel, and if it turns out to be anywhere as good as this one, I think I'll be reading every single book he's written.
I like the way Prescott keeps the plot moving along with interesting twists and turns.
Next Victim was an enjoyable read. My only problem was the ending, without giving too much away, the identity of the killer to me did not make a lot of sense. He was a deranged pyscho, so how did he get to the position where he was? Can't say any more without giving away the killer's identity.
But I still enjoyed the book. Michael Prescott is a brilliant author.
One more thing, "Wipeout" by the Surfaries is not a song, it's a guitar instrumental. There is no singing in it.