In this cinematic thriller from a New York Times bestselling author, two sisters must fight for their survival after a natural disaster in the Pacific Northwest.
In the shadow of Mount Hood, sixteen-year-old Tennant is checking rabbit traps with her eight-year-old sister Sophie when the girls are suddenly overcome by a strange vibration rising out of the forest, building in intensity until it sounds like a deafening crescendo of screams. From out of nowhere, their father sweeps them up and drops them through a trapdoor into a storm cellar. But the sound only gets worse . . .
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
The most terrifying threat is one you can’t see or understand. In their heart-pounding thriller, James Patterson and J. D. Barker exploit this truism to terrifying ends. Two young girls, Tennant and Sophie, survive a cataclysmic event that wipes out everyone in around them in the mountains of Oregon by hiding in a storm cellar. They don’t know what happened, and neither does psychologist Martha Chan, whose team is determined to figure out why entire populations like this one have been disappearing, leaving behind unimaginable devastation. What’s eventually uncovered defies all known logic, and the best-selling co-authors barrel through the gripping story as their protagonists try to unravel the mystery of an unthinkable horror. Narrator Amanda Dolan really makes you feel the story’s ticking time bomb quality. With its twists and surprises, The Noise will seize your attention…and haunt your nightmares.
Very disappointed, way too long, overly verbose, boring and worst of all story line weak actually nonexistent. Both authors are arrogant but this book shows a level of arrogance above.
In a word … dumb
This book is awful. The characters are paper thin and idiotic. The story line drags on and on, the characters are stupid, and the story is just plain boring.
Evidently Patterson puts his name on anything.
Not up to the JP standards. If there’s any “noise” about this book, it’s just a dull buzz.