Nest

  • by Terry Goodkind
  • Narrated by Elisabeth Rodgers
  • 14 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Kate Bishop is in a world of trouble. In the wake of several inexplicable and brutal murders, Kate is thrust into a police inquiry that reveals shocking family secrets. Suddenly exposed to a shadowy network of global evil, her life takes a dramatic turn with the arrival of Jack Raines, an author with a mysterious past who says he has the answers to her questions. What's more, he suggests that Kate herself might be the solution.
But hot on their heels are a force of superpredators, vicious and bloodthirsty killers who will stop at nothing until Kate and Jack are eliminated. Like Jack, they've realized just how special Kate is, and now she's marked for death.
An explosive mix of action and suspense, Nest is a landmark new novel from worldwide best-selling author Terry Goodkind and a complete reinvention of the paranormal thriller. Travel with Goodkind on a dangerous journey to the back alleys of the darknet, to the darkest corners of our minds, and to the very origins of what it is to be human, a place few have ventured to and fewer still have survived.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Terrible

This was the worst book I've ever read to the end. The story was nonsense, repetitive, with. needless technical passages (you don't have to describe how to use the internet, we know).

The narration was also painful. She would use the same voice for all the "bad guy" characters, obviously had no idea what some of the accents were supposed to sound like, and pronounced some words incorrectly.

I really wanted to like this book, as I've read all Goodkind's others, but it was really terrible.
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- AC Ward

Could someone get to the point please!

Would you try another book from Terry Goodkind and/or Elisabeth Rodgers?

Not sure.


What was most disappointing about Terry Goodkind’s story?

Too much of the content is repeated over and over and seems like every conversation throughout this book goes round and round and round and round until finally after a forever someone finally gets to the point. Then that point is repeated at least three times before the conversation moves on. One of the rare times I will not finish listening to an audiobook.


Any additional comments?

Although pretty dark subject, the book was a bit on the juvenile side.

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- C. B. Turner

Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-15-2016
  • Publisher: HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books