It's a short listen, a novella in print terms, but it won't FEEL short. From the moment Hutchins starts speaking, you're hooked for the rest of the ride.
First off, the quality of this is good. So many times I try out a chapter of an audiobook I really WANT to love, but the author is just reading his words, not actually telling us a story. Not so with JCH.
He's not as good as Sigler in terms of terror-but he's right up there with the best. I love how our protagonist has a dark past, a terrible near-incapacitating fear, and a violent understanding of the real meaning of crazy.
I wish the story was longer, but now I'll have to go and buy the sequel. :)