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Sidney Archer has the world. A husband she loves. A job at which she excels and a cherished young daughter. Then, as a plane plummets into the Virginia countryside, everything changes. And suddenly there is no one whom Sidney Archer can trust.
Jason Archer is a rising young executive at Triton Global, the world's leading technology conglomerate. Determined to give his family the best of everything, Archer has secretly entered into a deadly game. He is about to disappear - leaving behind a wife who must sort out his lies from his truths, an accident team that wants to know why the plane he was ticketed on crashed, and a veteran FBI agent who wants to know it all....
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By GH on 04-02-13
Story doesn't disappoint -- well spent 10 hours
One of the best things about this novel is how quickly Baldacci gets you to bond with the Archer family. It only takes a couple of chapters before you are really feeling the impending weight of the unfolding mystery. The book starts off with a plane crash and then a one month rewind -- not a spoiler because it happens so quickly. I really liked the way he setup the story. You are left with nothing at the beginning and the twists and turns are slowly revealed with excellent descriptive detail.
The narration is good, I am not crazy about the way Jonathan Maroz performed it; but he did not detract from the suspense.
This book will appeal to someone who is very much a mystery thriller reader. If you are new to Baldacci it will motivate you to read some of his others. It is a must if you have been a long term fan. I consider it a solid wall-ball double, to make a baseball analogy. I would have liked a little more character development and bit more editing. But overall, it is a solid read.
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By Rachel on 04-03-13
Go back to your old narrator!!
Would you try another book from David Baldacci and/or Jonathan Marosz?
I love David Baldacci... But Jonathan Marosz has to be one of the worst narrators I have listened to... And that is after 10 years of listening... His voice is repetitive in its rhythm and he is reading it worse than my 8th graders... There is no performance... I will buy the paperback, because I just can't bring myself to listen to much more... Really really disappointing!
38 of 42 people found this review helpful