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When Caitlin Sommers finds herself alone in a deserted parking lot with blood on her clothes and no memory of the past few months, it seems like one of the nightmares that have tormented her for years...but it's all too real. Desperate to learn the truth about where she's been and what has happened to her but terrified of what she may find, Caitlin embarks on a search for answers. Her journey takes her from the safe suburban world she knows to a seedy town she's never heard of, where a terrible truth from her past lies hidden - a truth she can't quite remember yet can't completely forget.
©2015 James Hankins (P)2015 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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4 out of 5 stars
By qpj100 on 01-24-16

Good Suspense Thriller

Would you consider the audio edition of The Prettiest One to be better than the print version?

Although I choose an audio book for almost every book, i would still consider this audio book to be better than the print version. Although I will say, if I reading the book, I would definitely say "bogeyman" differently than it was pronounced in the audio version. It took a while to get used to that.

What was one of the most memorable moments of The Prettiest One?

There were several memorable scenes. The book was quite graphic sometime. I think my most memorable scene had nothing to do with the main characters, but with Chops/George going to "work" at his home office. That stuck with me for a while...

Which scene was your favorite?

My favorite scene was any banter scene between Josh and Bix (I bought the audio book, so I have not seen how any character's names are spelled. Please excuse any misspellings of names)

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I didn't have an extreme reaction, but I did laugh a couple times and thoroughly enjoyed the book. I was also very satisfied with the ending.

Any additional comments?

This book turned out to be better than I originally thought it would be. I would recommend to other and now look forward to future works by James Hankins.

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54 of 57 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Ma'at Nefer Ra on 12-10-15

Barely Had Time to Grab Edge of My Seat

This book is AWESOME! From the first word uttered this book hooks you. The human brain is amazing and this book exposes the reader to how the brain protects us. The three main characters work well together & the humor is believable despite the circumstances.

Want a good listen that has a strong female character that is not a cop? Then get this book; it is on the cheap side but lacks nothing in story, narrator, nor recording quality. I don't know why this book is cheaper than the author's other books but this book is worth way more.


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2 out of 5 stars
By MAGGS on 12-28-15

The Prettiest One - Good little story, a little far fetched sometimes

The Prettiest One - Good little story, a little far fetched sometimes, & often repetitive , author telling you previous bits too often.
I liked narrator he kept me listening despite previous comments

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