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Publisher's Summary

Imagine you, your spouse, and your 16-year-old son are invited to go out of town. When you get to your destination, you discover someone tricked you into going on the trip. If that wasn't bad enough, you soon realize your son was poisoned and there is no known antidote. Your child has 10 hours to live, 12 at most. This is exactly what happened to Dr. Amy Sinclair, a medical researcher from Zionsville, Indiana, after she was invited to deliver a medical lecture in Danville, Illinois.
Still is the enthralling story of the lengths Amy and her husband go through to save the life of their only son. Still is extremely captivating, fast-paced, and full of twists. It grabs you from the first minute and doesn't let you go until you are finished. The best part of this story is its ending. It is strong, emotional, and very powerful. Besides that, it is nothing like you imagine it will be! If you love medical murder mysteries, Still is a must-listen!
©2010 Louis F. Janeira (P)2015 Louis F Janeira
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5 out of 5 stars
By Annie The Audible Addict!!! on 12-09-15


If you could sum up Still in three words, what would they be?


What was one of the most memorable moments of Still?

When we got to know who the killer was finally...I never suspected!!!

Which character – as performed by Roberto Scarlato – was your favorite?


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Ben when he decided to sacrifice himself, he was very brave!

Any additional comments?

** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **

I was drawn into this story from the very beginning...and did not want to put it down! Ben and Amy go on a weekend trip with there son Billy, not knowing it was all a setup....Billy ends up poisoned and is quickly dying and they can not figure out why! Well there is a mad man among them, and he has revenge on his mind...with little time the cops and Ben have to figure out who this killer is and how to save Billy...But will it be to late?

Super exciting, and excellently narrated...I highly recommend!!!!

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Ray Johnson on 04-23-18

What would you do to save your child?

Still is a rare gem. It is a medical murder mystery tat starts off with a doctor getting ready to go to to a conference and give a lecture, but when her son drops over and goes to the hospital she learns that he has been poisoned and has up to 12 hours to live. As it stands we come to find out that the poisoner has a grudge against her for the percieved malpractice of the doctor. The logic is that she caused a death, so a life will be taken to balance the scales.

The book is riveting, and there are a lot of characters, most of whom are in th suspect pool. The nice thing is that the medical stuff seems to be well researched, but the author literally knows diddily about guns. My only moment of disbelief came when they actually reached a quick diagnosis about the poisoning. I've been to one to many hospitals in my time, and they would have been running tests for days trying to figure out what was going on. I know because I've seen it, nd I have a ton of family members in the medical field. As a funeral director, I see too many people wh were sent home as being fine only to drop over dead hours later. Not that I don't put any stock in the medical profession, but I know that when something isn't obvious they either cut bait or blow out the doors running tests. So, for that and the guns I dropped a star.

Anyway, the characterizaions and reactions of the people are real, and you could easily see this playing out in real life. The ending is an actual surprise, and I am pretty good at seeing things coming.

Roberto Scarlato manages to narrate the hell out of this book. I really respect his talant and skill, and he has never failed to impress me in his narration. I don't know how, but he gets a real grasp on whomever he is playing, and gives them life. Even though I did receive a promo code for this review it in no way influenced my considerations of the material, and in fact, inspired me to be more honest. In fact, getting a code generally makes me harsher as a reviewer as I am more often concerned what someone like Me will decide based on my review.

If this review helped, please press the YES below. Thank you immensely!!!

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