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The first victim has no natural wounds. No prints left behind. No lacerations. But the life has been gruesomely drained from the corpse, and a broken cross is now imprinted inside the skin.
Left for dead a year ago by his former partner, reckless and medicated Detective Jude Foster now endures mindless therapy sessions in order to be given another chance at his life. When the chief of police discovers the first victim strangely killed in this sadistic fashion, Jude enters a dark world all-too-familiar. He knows he's seen this method of murder before, but he never caught the killer.
Could this be a copycat, or is it the one that got away?
Forced to take on a new partner for the case, Jude must come to terms with the fractured memories of his past, attempt to keep his younger brother safe, and chase down a ghost killer who is collecting human souls. But time is against him. How many more victims will there be before the killer is satisfied? And will Jude Foster be able to survive this new hell or in the chaos, will he risk becoming something else entirely?
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By Jennifer on 10-05-17
I rarely just stop listening to a book. Even if it's not good I usually want to see how it ends. I threw in the towel when I happened to see that there was 6 hours left in the story. Not enough story development to make each "scene" seem real. It was like listening to an abridged play with poor actors. The story didn't have any flow. Narration was not great either but maybe it was just the material. I wouldn't recommend this one.
By Steve on 03-27-14
What made the experience of listening to The Forsaken the most enjoyable?
The way the narrator read each character
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Forsaken?
When the demon entered Jude
Have you listened to any of Steve Sherwood’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
This is the first time
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
I got creeped out