• Victim Six

  • Waterman and Stark Series #1
  • By: Gregg Olsen
  • Narrated by: Corey M. Snow
  • Length: 10 hrs and 12 mins
  • 4.3 out of 5 stars (274 ratings)

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Victim Six

By: Gregg Olsen
Narrated by: Corey M. Snow
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Publisher's Summary

The bodies are found in towns and cities around Puget Sound. The young women who are the victims had nothing in common - except the agony of their final moments. But somebody carefully chose them to stalk, capture, and torture...a depraved killer whose cunning is matched only by the depth of his bloodlust. But the dying has only just begun. And the next victim will be the most shocking of all.... 

Contains mature themes.

©2010 Gregg Olsen (P)2020 Tantor

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Grisly

Trigger warning: extreme violence toward women. I’m not usually bothered by gore, but this was intense.

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Don’t waste your credit

I would have returned it, but audible wouldn’t let me. Don’t believe audible’s return guarantee.

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Good story but the narrator…

The story was engaging, but the narrator’s too perfect diction and robotic delivery was distracting.

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Terrible plot, describes rape, gratuitous pulp fiction

Don’t read this book. It’s just pulp fiction and full of gratuitous scenes that would attract any sexual deviate. It made me wonder if Olson was one himself…

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Very Dark

This book is not for sensitive people. Something about it must have been good or it wouldn't have been so disturbing.

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Gripping!

A serial killer is hunting random women but it takes a long time for the police to connect the murders since the women go missing for months before their mutilated bodies are discovered. A small town reporter is looking for her big break and seems to have a connection to the killer. Is everything really as it seems? Well written piece that keeps you engaged in the story. Shocking ending!

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overall the narrator was good when reading but his voice for women sounded drag. his women, or reading of the women just seem so petty and fake.

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Very Punchable Characters

I’m just going to copy/paste my review on Goodreads:

I’ve never wanted to punch a character in the face like I do Serenity Hutchins. I want to punch Josh Anderson in the mug almost as much but she still deserves it more.

That’s all I got after finishing this. Oye.

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GRAPHIC, BUT GRIPPING

The book is very graphic, depicting extreme violence towards women (it is definitely not for the squeamish).

I found the story gripping though; so much so that I finished the entire book in one day. This was my first book by this author. I like the character of Kendall; however I found her police partner Josh to be smug, smarmy. And, he broke protocol so many times in so many ways I was hoping he’d be fired.

I loved the setting if the story — all around the Puget Sound in Washington, a place I love so much, but it will be hard to think of those places now without thinking of this book. I think thoughts of the one will be connected to thoughts of the book, that’s how strong an impression it made on me.

My only complaint about the book is the narration. WHY can’t men read the male parts and women read the female parts??? The narrator did a good job with the male parts, but he was a TERRIBLE female impersonator! I feel the same about books in which female narrators try to do the parts of men — to my ears, they are all AWFUL. The book would have been so much more realistic and believable for me if females (even just one female reading ALL the female parts) had been used. It’s not the narrator’s fault; I’m sure he did the best he could. I would love to know who decides whether one narrator does all the parts or if there are multiple parts…does it come from the author’s pocket, the publisher’s or Audible. Whomever is responsible for that decision, I’m sure it’s all about MONEY.

Despite that major complaint, I found this book compelling enough to want to find the first five books in the series and get started reading them. I love it when I find a series or character good enough that I want more.

Having said that, now that I have completed my review, I must excuse myself…I feel the need for a hot, cleansing shower.

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What kind of professional narrator pronounces chasm like tchazz-um?

It was okay.. Graphic like everyone says, but predictable and not very original. After almost losing me by mispronouncing chasm in the first 15 minutes, the narrator did a decent job. A little too melodramatic at times.