Narrated by Alana Kerr-Collins and John Keating
At the age of twelve, Eve Black was the only member of her family to survive an encounter with serial attacker the Nothing Man. Now an adult, she is obsessed with identifying the man who destroyed her life.
Supermarket security guard Jim Doyle has just started reading The Nothing Man—the true-crime memoir Eve has written about her efforts to track down her family’s killer. As he turns each page, his rage grows. Because Jim’s not just interested in reading about the Nothing Man. He is the Nothing Man.
Jim soon beings to realize how dangerously close Eve is getting to the truth. He knows she won’t give up until she finds him. He has no choice but to stop her first …
I enjoyed the narration of this book. The transitions between the 2 narrators were smooth and suited the story well. The audio quality was excellent. I think the narrator’s voices were good matches to the characters they are portraying.
The story is an interesting concept but it didn’t draw me in the way I wanted it to. Some places seemed to drag. I did enjoy that the narrative went back and forth between Eve’s perspective of events and the murderer’s perspective. I found Eve’s method of coping with the events of her life to be fascinating. The murderer seemed to want me to feel sorry for him but I just couldn’t see him as the wounded party in any of the events.
I’m giving this book