Summary

Lost meets The Passage in this incredible new thriller, for all fans of The Shining Girls and Stephen King.
They're here... The boy. The boy watch the boy watch the dead people oh Lordy there's so many... They're coming for me now. We're all going soon. All of us. Pastor Len warn them that the boy he's not to­­. The last words of Pamela May Donald (1961 - 2012)
Black Thursday. The day that will never be forgotten. The day that four passenger planes crash, at almost exactly the same moment, at four different points around the globe.
There are only four survivors. Three are children, who emerge from the wreckage seemingly unhurt. But they are not unchanged. And the fourth is Pamela May Donald, who lives just long enough to record a voice message on her phone. A message that will change the world. The message is a warning.
©2014 Sarah Lotz (P)2014 Hodder & Stoughton
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3 out of 5 stars
By Kerry on 02-06-14

It's like a car crash.. I couldn't stop listening!

Would you try another book written by Sarah Lotz or narrated by Andrew Wincott and Melanie McHugh ?

Where to start..?

1. The narrators were great, in fact they were brilliant!
2. The first chapter was great - sounded like it had a lot of promise.
3. The storyline got boring, very disappointing.
4. The ending, equally as disappointing if not more.

All in all, I am indifferent to the story and it might be because prior to listening to this book I was listening to the The King Killer Chronicles which is an awesome set of books. I might be a little biased sorry.

Would you ever listen to anything by Sarah Lotz again?

Maybe

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

They were brilliant. Loved all the acting, cries, sobs etc.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

disappointmen

Any additional comments?

Nope

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11 of 11 people found this review helpful

2 out of 5 stars
By Verner on 15-09-14

Excellent performance shame about the story

What did you like best about The Three? What did you like least?

The performances by the two actors memorable in their variety The general story and the way the story was told was very disappointing.

Has The Three put you off other books in this genre?

The starting premise of the book was good and I would happily listen to another book that started from the same point. But please don't take me to the same end point again.

What does Andrew Wincott and Melanie McHugh bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?

I loved their characters

Did The Three inspire you to do anything?

I was completely uninspired by the story. However, I never give up on a talking book and got to the end.

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8 of 8 people found this review helpful

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4 out of 5 stars
By kiwimec on 14-07-14

Like watching a train wreck

Any additional comments?

A wonderful if not flawed commentary on modern society's penchant for drama, melodrama and hysteria. From the word "go" you know this isn't going to work out well for "The Three" or anyone connected with them. Sarah does a wonderful job of capturing each character's flaws while still making them appealing.

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