Tell No One

Tell No One For Dr David Beck the loss was shattering And every day for the past eight years he has relived the horror of what happened The gleaming lake The pale moonlight The piercing screams The night his wi

  • Title: Tell No One
  • Author: Harlan Coben Ed Sala
  • ISBN: 9781456126483
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Audiobook
  • For Dr David Beck, the loss was shattering And every day for the past eight years, he has relived the horror of what happened The gleaming lake The pale moonlight The piercing screams The night his wife was taken The last night he saw her alive Everyone tells him it s time to move on, to forget the past once and for all But for David Beck, there can be no closure.For Dr David Beck, the loss was shattering And every day for the past eight years, he has relived the horror of what happened The gleaming lake The pale moonlight The piercing screams The night his wife was taken The last night he saw her alive Everyone tells him it s time to move on, to forget the past once and for all But for David Beck, there can be no closure A message has appeared on his computer, a phrase only he and his dead wife know Suddenly Beck is taunted with the impossible that somewhere, somehow, Elizabeth is alive Beck has been warned to tell no one And he doesn t Instead, he runs from the people he trusts the most, plunging headlong into a search for the shadowy figure whose messages hold out a desperate hope But already Beck is being hunted down He s headed straight into the heart of a dark and deadly secret and someone intends to stop him before he gets there From the Hardcover edition.

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    1. OH MY LORD! Coben delivers again!! I'm always left in awe after reading one of his mysteries and this time I was thrown all over the place!This is truly a spine tingling, fast paced, game changing novel. It was such a page turner that I stayed up late to finish it, I just had to know what happened!This book is awesome. It begins with Beck and his wife at the lake for their anniversary. The night begins nicely for the couple until Elizabeth's scream pierces the air and Beck is attacked. When he w [...]

    2. When a man receives a mysterious email from his deceased wife, he sets out on a quest for answers. One of the all-time great thrillers.

    3. Dr. David Beck and his wife Elizabeth are the kind of couple that is so perfect that most of us would hate them. They met when they were little kids and they’ve been in love ever since. They’ve got cute little code phrases like ‘kiss time’ that marks their first smooch, which they know to the minute, of course. So when a super happy couple like this has an anniversary to celebrate, they wouldn’t think of doing anything as pedestrian as maybe going out for a nice dinner with a couple of [...]

    4. “The sun was now in its death throes, bruising the sky a coiling purple and orange.” This book is unbelievably awesome. First of all, I'd like to say that I had avoided reading it for too long until I had a chance to try it, then I couldn't putting it down even I had a lot of work this week. Tell No One has a straightforward narration. We believed wholeheatedly about what the author tried to tell, but after that, he revealed a distrustful evidence making us reconsider our thought again and a [...]

    5. Beck and his wife Elizabeth make their annual stop at Lake Charmaine where they carve a notch into a tree where they first kissed years ago. Later they swim in the lake and make love. Beck stays in the lake while Elizabeth swims ashore. Beck then hears a car door slam, he hears Elizabeth scream, and he sees her disappear into the semi-darkness of the night. When he quickly swims back to shore and climbs onto the dock he is hit a few times with a baseball bat and falls back into the water. He is [...]

    6. I had never read anything by Harlan Coben and had heard he was a good mystery/suspense writer. I disagree. This book was horrible. I almost gave it NO stars, BUT, to my own discredit, I WAS sucked in to the plot and kind of wanted to keep reading it. However, all along, I noticed the bad writing, the improbable plot twists which never seemed to end, and the completely contrived situations to help set up those plot twists. For example, having Dr. Beck take care of and befriend a black thug drug d [...]

    7. With Coben, it's very hard to review a book without mentioning spoilers. If I wrote what I want to write, my review would look like a heavily redacted top secret file. So, I will just hit on some key points:- Coben does it again! Very mysterious and entertaining. If you like other Coben, you will lime this. - Sometimes confusing. Not to bad, just part of all the twists and turns Coben always throws in.- Great characters. Not too complex, in fact they are basically caricatures, but really fun to [...]

    8. Oh no! I've just rated a Harlan Coben book only three stars! I found it hard to give time to this book as it's a busy time of year and a busy household. Of course this has nothing to do with the book. I liked this one, didn't love it, and only really wanted to see what happened. I didn't love the ending, there was so much going on. Maybe I had to think too hard! I still think he's an amazing writer. Can't love them all, huh?! I really do like his work: "We all do it. If you cross the street to a [...]

    9. I’m a fan of Harlan Coben’s Myron Bolitar series and decided that I’d start this book without reading the synopsis. It was selected as the book for group discussion in one of my groups and was highly touted. The book was that much more exciting because I didn’t know what it was about and read the prologue with no clue as to where it was going. Here’s what I’ll say about it so you can have a similar experience if you choose. I had a really tough time putting this book down for interru [...]

    10. This was my 1st HC novel which made me seek out and read the rest of his books. Great suspense and a fast read! Highly recommend.

    11. Dr. David Beck receives mysterious emails eight years after his long time childhood friend, and wife for six months was taken. The 13th ring around a heart with their names in against the tree, was the last time they would celebrate a love that started out just about their first year together in school. It was impossible for him to get over the events and move on with his life. He had no other choice but to sleuth his way to the truth of what happened that night in the lake when Elizabeth disapp [...]

    12. Another 5 star readMan I've been lucky lately:)A friend who first turned me on to Harlan Coben recommended this as her favorite of his. Tell No One was another page turner for mespense, turns, twists with humor, drama, and the unexpected. Loved the cast of characters who were anything but one-dimensional. I was totally sucked into this book and bummed when I had to get back to the real world. Highly recommended!

    13. This is not Coben's best; perhaps one of his subcontracted works, Still, I kept reading because I didn't really know what was going on and there was enough sustained tension.'

    14. 4.95 stars! So good. And I will explain my ridiculous rating too. I don't think I've ever read a book that left me guessing so much. Literally to the last page. Any book that can stump me like that is a winner in my book. It was so full of suspense and twists and turns, one of the best thrillers I've read. It would make a great movie too. I just can't believe no one fact checked the historical reference to the architect Stanford White! (Not a spoiler). Its inaccuracy bothered me a little bit and [...]

    15. As a mystery thriller,Tell No One delivers nonstop from start to the end. Right from the impactful start, there is never a dull moment in the story. The protagonist, Beck and the rest of characters (along with a string of bad guys) are mostly well written. Coben keeps the story fast paced while introducing new twists & turns at regular intervals that keeps you hooked right till the end (like a good thriller should).What I really didn’t like was the climax. During the long winded final act, [...]

    16. This is an absolutely first for me--I read this book in one sitting. Literally. I started it after dinner and DID NOT put the book down. 4 1/2 hours and 339 pages later, I finished the book. Talk about a page turner! All that being said, why only 3 stars? The truth is, I'm not entirely sure how I feel about this book. It's a thriller--loads of suspense and plot twists--bucket loads of plot twists. Normally I love that, but this had so much, by the end it was almost getting to be too much. Anothe [...]

    17. Holy hell, this was the craziest rollercoaster ride of a read I’ve EVER been on- I had somehow never heard of this author before and now I want to read every book he’s published. From the get go this book grabbed me and I actually felt like I was on the fastest rollercoaster ever and wasn’t able to get off. I couldn’t put this book down and it stressed me out to no end but in the best way possible. There were so many twists and turns and I basically just held on and read as quickly as po [...]

    18. Holy ¢%*\! This book completely blew me away, one twist after another! I can certainly understand why it got such a buzz when it was released. For those who haven't read Harlan Coben yet, I think that Tell No One is a good one to start out with. Each page and chapter of the book just keep you guessing up until the very end.One thing I like about Harlan Coben is his books aren't really bloody, gory or overly graphic like some other mystery writers, just full of nail biting suspense! Some nights [...]

    19. I think I shortchanged myself with this one. In the sense that I listened to this audio and found out too far in that it was the abridged version. Noooo! Siiiiiggghh…….I thought about exchanging it for the book but I was too invested already and honestly I just couldn’t stop listening. But that’s the way it is with me and Harlan Coben books. Once you’re in, you’re in. Dr. David Beck was married to the love of his life, Elizabeth, when she was taken right in front of him and later kil [...]

    20. Tell No One opens with an intense scene that evokes countless questions, and the first chunk of the novel requires you to piece together the plot: A murder from eight years ago, a pair of hitmen who kill without remorse, a narrator with a secretWhat happened? Who are these people, and why are they going to such extreme lengths? There was plenty of anticipation and intrigue to keep us turning pages. Beyond the mystery elements, my wife and I liked how the author included detailed backstories for [...]

    21. For Dr. David Beck, the loss was shattering. And every day for the past eight years, he has relived the horror of what happened. Everyone tells him it's time to move on, to forget the past once and for all. But for David Beck, there can be no closure. A message has appeared on his computer, a phrase only he and his dead wife know. Suddenly Beck is taunted with the impossible- that somewhere, somehow, Elizabeth is alive.Seriously, Harlan Coben is a talented mystery and thriller writer. He knows h [...]

    22. Se este livro fosse comida seria um bitoque.O bife é razoavelmente tenro, embora com alguns nervos e gorduras, (enredo funcional, mas sem originalidade);O ovo está perfeitamente estrelado, com a parte branca bem passada e a amarela cremosa para molhar o pão, (bom equilíbrio entre descrições e diálogos);As batatas, embora um pouco oleosas, estão douradinhas, (personagens insípidas mas bem comportadas). Esperava mais deste cozinheiro, cujo “Desaparecido Para Sempre “considerei um prat [...]

    23. Wow. This book grabbed me from the very beginning! I almost gave it 5 stars. It's ALMOST that good but I got a little lost here and there so that's why it's not quite 5 stars. Great reading!! Harlan Coben does it again.

    24. One star as I managed to finish this.Coben's books seem popular, so I thought I'd give it a try, in the never ending search for nice thrillers and detectives.Dr David Beck tries to figure out what happened 8 years ago, when his wife and love from his childhood was killed. Or was she?I read it to the end, but at some point there came a strong feeling of BS. Now let me try to get a few hiccups why:* computer surveillance. This was supposedly happening with dial-up and in 2001 or earlier. So not po [...]

    25. I'm quitting this with less than 40 pages to go. I just do not CARE how they're going to best the bad guy. I hate Coben's writing style. HATE it. I hate the way his characters act pseudo-clever and the way they're purposely evasive so the conversations have to go on longer than necessary. The plot wasn't even very interesting. I'm still counting this as read. The only reason I picked it up was for a challenge. I can't believe I made it this far.

    26. Genijalan krimić! "Grozničavo" okretanje stranica u iščekivanju onog što slijedi Brzinski pročitano.

    27. Είχα ήδη διαβάσει δύο βιβλία του συγγραφέα (τα δύο πρόσφατα : Ο Ξένος και το Μου Λείπεις) και γνωρίζοντας ότι τα προηγούμενα του είναι λίγο πολύ εξαντλημένα, δεν το σκέφτηκα και πολύ όταν είδα ότι Κυριακάτικη εφημερίδα προσέφερε το εν λόγω βιβλίο (και στην έκδοση των 2 Ευρώ, π [...]

    28. This was okay. Not great.Also, the narrator sighed all the time, like he couldn't stand being there, or reading the book.

    29. This was a real page turner. I just felt so let down at the end. It was likel this build up and it could've been beautifulbut it was just short of perfection. That's my take, anyhow.

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