Terminal City : An Alexandra Cooper Novel

  • by Linda Fairstein
  • Narrated by Barbara Rosenblat
  • Series: An Alexandra Cooper Novel
  • 11 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

With her newest Alexandra Cooper novel, Terminal City, New York Times best-selling author Linda Fairstein delivers another breakneck thriller that captures the essence of New York City - its glamour, its possibilities, and its endless capacity for darkness.
Linda Fairstein is well-known for illuminating the dark histories in many of New York's forgotten corners - and sometimes in the city's most popular landmarks. In Terminal City, Fairstein turns her attention to one of New York's most iconic structures - Grand Central Terminal.
Grand Central Terminal is the very center of the city. It's also the sixth-most-visited tourist attraction in the world. From the world's largest Tiffany clock decorating the 42nd Street entrance to its use of electric trains since the early 1900s, Grand Central has been a symbol of beauty and innovation in New York City for more than 100 years.
But "the world's loveliest station" is hiding more than just an underground train system, and in Terminal City Alex Cooper and Mike Chapman must contend with Grand Central's dark secrets as well as their own changing relationship.


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Wow...already two 2-STAR ratings? Impossible.

Where does Terminal City rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I have not listened yet but this rating a book within 5 or 6 hours of release is ridiculous. There is NO WAY the two people who rated this book 2-3 stars actually listened to the book in full and gave it a proper rating. Hell, even the reviews that are 5-Stars that show up within 2 hours of the audiobook release is ridiculous (think Mr. Mercedes). Audible should get the act together on this. It is giving unfair bias and review to both the buyers and the authors who worked hard on the novels. That is all

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- justin

Narrator is horrible

The narrator is horrible, she sounds like she has smoked three packs a day for the last 10 years and when she does the men voices it sounds like six packs a day.
While I am happy that there is some movement in the Alex/Mike relationship, she is a little whiney and bitchy, it is our of character for her tough as nails persona
Otherwise, it is a standard Fairstein read, always a great NYC learning tool, her history of the city is always entertaining.
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- Tracy "sweetgingert"

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-17-2014
  • Publisher: Penguin Audio