But a string of deaths has forced her to get back to work. While they appear to be unrelated accidents at first glance, a closer look shows they all have something in common. More than a decade earlier, the victims were all members of the Ambassador Club at a Sacramento high school: a posh posse that bullied other students, one of whom remains tormented years later.
In this pulse-pounding thriller from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author T.R. Ragan, Lizzy will need her colleagues and what's left of her wits to help her track down a cunning killer with a deadly revenge list before the next name - maybe hers - is crossed off for good.
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By shelley on 19-02-15
Multiple story lines, fast easy read
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Yes. This is a pretty good easy book to listen to. Fast paced with multiple concurrent stories.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Almost Dead?
In the beginning of the book you find out what happened to Jarred (I won't spoil this) but it left me wondering throughout the book how it would conclude.
What about Kate Rudd’s performance did you like?
Kate Rudd has read all of the Lizzy Gardner books and for me anyway she is her voice. I think she did a fine job.
Any additional comments?
I thought this was very good and suspenseful. I like that the pace was consistent through out the book. I think I liked the last book a little better but that might be because this one was a little sad at times. I think I can see where the author is going with the next story or possibly the one after and am curious to find out if I'm right. I think Lizzy is going to get involved with the detective she always seems to butt heads with but I guess I'll have to wait to find out. I also liked that Haley and Kitally's characters were developed even more and that they are developing their own story lines. Certainly worth the price! I recommend this one.
10 of 11 people found this review helpful
By gracie on 23-04-15
Author giveths & takeths....has failed Lizzie.
I have enjoyed books 1-4 but found this one to be deplorable to Lizzie.
The entire series Ms. Ragan has had Jared help rebuild Lizzie's heart, soul..everything and then Ms. Ragan decides to take away?
For me this was a ignorant move for character writing.
I did not enjoy what has happened in this book. Quoting Lizzie "nobody alive knows me". I think a lot of the readers of the series thought they did based on the reviews throughout the series until this book. Apparently Ms. Ragan did not.
One plus is I always enjoy Katie Rudd's narration of Audible books and she had done an awesome job for this series.
I wish book 6 well as I won't be reading it or recommending.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful