The Chain - Audiobooks - MP3

The Chain by Adrian McKinty – Audiobooks , MP3

Review The Chain 

About Author Adrian McKinty

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+ Author : Adrian McKinty (Author), January LaVoy (Narrator)
+ Format : MP3 ( without DRM – You can listen on many Other Devices )
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+ Listening Length :  10 hours and 9 minutes
+ Language : English

You will become each one.

“This nightmarish story is incredibly propulsive and original. You won’t shake it for a long time.” (Stephen King)

“McKinty is one of the most striking and most memorable crime voices to emerge on the scene in years. His plots tempt you to read at top speed, but don’t give in: this writing – sharply observant, intelligent and shot through with black humor – should be savored.” (Tana French)

“A masterpiece. You have never read anything quite like The Chain and you will never be able to forget it.” (Don Winslow)

Your phone rings.

A stranger has kidnapped your child.

To free them you must abduct someone else’s child.

Your child will be released when your victim’s parents kidnap another child.

If any of these things don’t happen:
Your child will be killed.
You are now part of the chain.

“You are not the first.
And you will certainly not be the last.”

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  • A Major Departure For McKinty

    As a big fan of Both the Michael Forsythe and Sean Duffy series , The Chain represented a major disappointment for me. So much so that I gave up listening just over half way through and returned the book.

    For me, the gritty dialogue, complex characters and compelling stories of the previous novels were replaced with a completely unbelievable plot line that saw the main characters acting in a predictable but unconvincing manner as the theme of “parents have no morals or limits when it comes to protecting their own” unwinds. I found myself unable to suspend my reality check as the situations the main characters had to face, became increasingly more absurd as the plot unfolded. The book reminded me more of something we might expect to see from Harlan Corben who seems to be able to pull this approach off in a more convincing way.

    Not even the strong narration of January LaVoy could save this one for me. The next Sean Duffy novel should be out soon where I am sure my love affair with McKinty’s work will be rekindled.

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