• Someone's Gonna Get It

  • By: Mychea
  • Narrated by: Adenrele Ojo
  • Length: 5 hrs and 40 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (222 ratings)

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Someone's Gonna Get It

By: Mychea
Narrated by: Adenrele Ojo
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Publisher's Summary

Meet Kara, a young detective on a dubious mission to locate the person that assassinated her father when she was a child. No child should witness a parent violently murdered before their eyes. This horrific tragedy she suffered has caused Kara to become permanently scarred and emotionally distant as an adult. The psychological issues she now has run deep. 

Fresh off the heels of her second broken engagement, Kara knows that if she doesn’t unravel and solve the events that lead to her father’s death and locate his murderer that she will never be able to live a happy, functional life. She feels a sense of urgency upon her. A feeling of being hunted has entered her life, as if someone is watching every move and she has the eerie feeling that her time is running out.

Someone’s Gonna Get It is a suspenseful, nail-biting story of hatred, revenge, and murder. Always remember to kiss your loved ones good-bye....

©2017 Good2Go Publishing (P)2020 Blackstone Publishing

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Main character 😤

First let me say I’ve never known anyone to get away with so much and being a single mother if my child I don’t give a damn if they are 45 they wouldn’t talk to me that way. In a nutshell Kara was a selfish dangerous irritating character. Everybody close to her got hurt or dead and she had no regards for anybody’s feelings. There was just way too much going on in one person’s life I’m still confused about some stuff.

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Worst ending

Can’t believe i listened to this whole book and the ending was so horrible! Never again

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Narrator

This was a great listen. The narrators voice to me just threw off the listen. If there was another narrator, this would have been a great listen.

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well wrtten

this was well written until the end I'm kinda confused about the sibling relationships and the end was rather abrupt. not bas but could have been better.

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what what what

this book was all over the place. and very confusing and hard to follow. the narrator as always did a great job.

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I threw in the towel half way through.

This is one of the few books I couldn’t finish on Audible. The plot was all over the place; the characters dumb, one-dimensional and given to making silly, impractical and illogical decisions in order to support a threadbare plot. The dialogue is haphazard and the flashback technique - on which the author relies - is not managed well as you can’t tell when you are in a flash back or a real time experience.

Many things happen, quickly and spontaneously (it seems) and even when major events occur (the protagonist is almost killed in a car accident), nothing changes in the story or the lives of the character - it’s almost as if, vehicular homicide is as common and unremarkable as eating out!

There’s something about a father’s death to avenge, a friend who is a backstabber, a fiancé who is now married to soemone else, a stalker, and more plot lines were being introduced even half way through the story. It got tiresome pretty fast.

The writing is sophomoric - no real insight into the human condition is being shared, no glimpse at the soul or heart of man is given and no particularly revealing perspective is shared. Words are strung together in a fairly pedestrian fashion until those words create sentences; those sentences eventually become paragraphs and then chapters and so on and in this rather formulaic way, the book is to be completed. Some kind of artificial intelligence could write such a story - checking to make sure that all the conventions of language and storytelling are in place. What the story misses, though, is something that an AI can’t create - relatedness; connection with our humanity; a soul.

The author had an opportunity to add soul to the book by making Jason and Misty’s relationship a little bit more complex. But instead went with shallow in order to make us hate(?) either or both of them.

I was particularly taken aback by Jason - the fiancé - and his stupidity. Certainly, no one in real life is as poor at decision making, at adulting, as he is. For such a character to be drawn up, filled out on the pages of a book and sold to the reader is an insult to our intelligence and to our collective experience with real life.

Avoid this book if you have any real appreciation for writing as an art form.

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Loved it

Like a crazy mystery

it was good to me looking for more by this author

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Someone's gonna get it

I am a bit confused about the ending. the story was good. the characters were interesting, but whacky.

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Builds on One's Anticipation Only to Disappoint

The story& narrator captured my attention from the start. At about ¾ till the the ending, it was as if I was listening an entirely separate novel. Classifying the ending as ridiculous, would be an understatement 🙄 I'm still in awe of the ways that this book unraveled.
NOT a book I'm recommending. However, it was something to do for a few hours.🤷🏽‍♀️

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Engaging storyline...

...that kept my attention. I enjoyed it. I was beginning to think 'what else can happen to this girl'.