You've Been Warned Lib/E

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$69.99  $64.39
Publisher
Hachette Book Group
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Language
English
Type
Compact Disc
EAN/UPC
9781549116568

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About the Author

Howard Roughan has cowritten several books with James Patterson and is the author of The Promise of a Lie and The Up and Comer. He lives in Connecticut with his wife and son.

James Patterson is one of the most popular writers of all time, with more than 375 million copies of his books sold worldwide. He holds the record for most New York Times bestsellers and is the author of the two most popular detective series of the past decade, the Alex Cross novels and the Women's Murder Club. Patterson has won an Edgar Award, the mystery world's highest honor, and his novels Kiss the Girls and Along Came a Spider were made into feature films.

Ilyana Kadushin is best known for her narration of the Twilight audiobook series, and has worked on other audiobooks, including The Memory Keeper's Daughter, Post Grad and Dune, which won an Audie Award. Her other voice work includes national commercials, animation, and popular video games such as Lord of the Rings.

Kadushin has performed as both an actor and a singer for companies including Nickelodeon, BBC America, Sesame Street Television, MTV, and Cartoon network. She sang on the soundtrack of HBO Best Documentary Film Award & Finalist Separate But Equal.

Reviews

A James Patterson thriller to keep you up late.

-- "Barnes & Noble editorial review"

As enigmatic a book as Patterson has ever produced...This is a Patterson novel with something for everyone.

-- "BookReporter.com"

The Patterson bestseller factory has turned out another high-drama thriller, this time in collaboration with Honeymoon coauthor Roughan.

-- "Publishers Weekly"

The female perspective of the story is well portrayed by Ilyana Kadushin. She has just enough of a frightened tremor in her voice to communicate the scariness of the situation that develops. When she describes the dead people Kristin sees, dead people who repeatedly warn her of danger, it sounds real. Kadushin's delivery is perfect, adding to the fear and ultimate despair of the story.

-- "AudioFile"