The Next to Die

The Next to Die Everyone has something to hideThe virile all American husband The brainy golden girl The happily wed bi coastal couple Someone is watchingSomeone who has uncovered their darkest secrets Someone who i

  • Title: The Next to Die
  • Author: Kevin O'Brien
  • ISBN: 9780786017560
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Paperback
  • Everyone has something to hideThe virile, all American husband The brainy golden girl The happily wed bi coastal couple Someone is watchingSomeone who has uncovered their darkest secrets Someone who is hell bent on making them pay for their sinsNo one suspects the truthNow there is no escaping the shadowy jury that watches their every move It infiltrates eEveryone has something to hideThe virile, all American husband The brainy golden girl The happily wed bi coastal couple Someone is watchingSomeone who has uncovered their darkest secrets Someone who is hell bent on making them pay for their sinsNo one suspects the truthNow there is no escaping the shadowy jury that watches their every move It infiltrates every part of their lives Stalking Judging Condemning Punishment will be swift.re.lath.

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    1. This is the ninth of Kevin O'Brien's books that I've read; the others were all excellent. I've no idea what happened with this one, but I really didn't enjoy it at all. The characters, and there were a lot of them, had the personality of lego people, and after a while, it became difficult to distinguish one from the other.

    2. Not what I thought it was going to beI thought it was going to be a sort of horror story.turns out it was thin thriller about "stars" that have "sinned" according to a certain group, who are out to kill those folks and make this world a better place.Meh.

    3. Someone is killing celebrities who show support for anyone who doesn't march to the beat of a group believing they are morally superior. The murders are staged for maximum impact, to steer others away from the same path.

    4. What really grabbed my attention about The Next To Die was its synopsis. I am a serious sucker for mystery thriller stories in audio that leave me guessing until the very end, and that was the vibe that the synopsis gave me. The crazy thing is, the story delivered on the mystery part, but throughout its story I felt like I was listening to a Gregory Peck like mystery movie.The Next to Die’s tone was not how I imagined it would be based off its synopsis. It seriously had the feel of an old myst [...]

    5. Liberals vs. holier than thou ultra conservatives. The latter group takes their hate to new levels when they begin killing high profile movie stars who have "sinned" in their eyes.

    6. The Next to Die takes advantage of the considerable animosity in the U.S. between conservatives and liberals. An ultra-conservative group, trying to bring their kind of morality back to the populace, takes it upon themselves to ruin the reputations of actors and musicians who support things like gay rights, gun control and abortion and if that doesn't work, they kill them in very public, very ugly ways.This is a decent thriller that keeps the action moving and about half way through you have som [...]

    7. The book lost a star with the unnecessary "romance" in the latter half of the book. It was telegraphed from a mile away and was painful to read through when it became a focus of the plot. One of my major peeves about mysteries/thrillers is this kind of crap. If I wanted something like this I would read the billions of poorly-written bodice rippers on the shelves these days. When characters are written well and the relationship is necessary for the plot I'm all for it and I have read plenty of gr [...]

    8. This story is an example when the holier than thou are allowed to pass judgment on those who do not lead a life up to their expectations. Not only are victims killed, some in a very brutal fashion but to add insult to injury their reputation is ruined and broad casted as the new topic on 700 club type TV show.Not too much mystery, I would say it is more of a suspense thriller. I felt the rather long character list held me back from rating this any higher but I liked it alot.

    9. This book was pretty darn slow for the first 250-300 pages. It did have a bunch of plot and character building, which I guess is nice. This is one of my favorite authors so no matter how bad the book I will forever love what O'Brien creates! The end brought everything together, answered all questions that I had, and was the only exciting part. Onto the next book. I bought "Vicious" so that is next on the "O'Brien Book" list.

    10. A decent novel involving murder, racism, film stars, and domestic terrorism of a sort. It does not rate a four because a book has to be unforgettable to get a four from me. I like that there was non- sexual relationships between some of the characters that many writers would make sexual. Some of the characters were stereotypical " trailer trash" and I did not like that. All in all a " goodread" for those fond of contemporary murder stories. Even safe enough for the high school library.

    11. I really like this author. His plots are always good, provided you don't take them too seriously. I did find the first quarter of the book mildly irritating with some of the characters but realised it was well worth it to get to the meat of the book and the rest was brilliant. His writing is fairly light although murders abound but his books are a good antidote to the more series crime thrillers.

    12. I could not put this book down! It is by far my favorite book that I've read this year! He is a master at weaving suspense and thrills but he will leave you guessing through the entire book. Just when you think you've figured out the killerBAM! He shocks you again! You must read this if you like thrillers!

    13. Not my favorite by this author. The "bad guys" were known from the beginning, it was a matter of how they would be caught. There was still some suspense. The characters were not a likeable as in other books. Still a pretty good read.

    14. One of the best reads, from a local author, I've ever read! This is definitely an author I will keep up with

    15. Kevin O'Brien is one of my favorite authors. His books always keep me interested from the beginning to the end. Great author!

    16. It took me a bit of time to warm up to the characters in this book but once I did I enjoyed how the story progressed.

    17. AS always Kevin O'Brien keeps you tied to the story so you don't want to put the book down. I can't wait to get the next book.

    18. I didn't get through chapter 3. As I've read some of the reviews I guess I should have held out judgement until I had read over 200 pages.

    19. Great, formulaic who dunnit. Enough twists and turns to stay interesting to the end. I read it on the train to and from NYC. It was a good choice.

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