One by One

Written by:
Freida McFadden
Narrated by:
Alyson Krawchuk

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
October 2022
6 hours 42 minutes
A night spent sleeping on dirt and leaves is not how Claire Matchett expected to spend her vacation. She thought this would be a break from the stresses of work and raising her young children. A chance to repair her damaged marriage. A week of hiking and hot tubs with two other couple friends. It sounded like heaven. Then Claire’s minivan breaks down on a lonely dirt road. With no cell reception, the group has no choice but to hike the rest of the way to their hotel. But it turns out the woods aren’t as easy to navigate as they thought. Hours later, they are lost. Hopelessly lost. And as they navigate deeper into the woods, the members of their party are struck down mysteriously one by one. Has a wild animal been hunting them? Or is the hunter one of them? But as more time passes, one thing becomes clear: Only one of them will return home alive.
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Jessica MAZICH

I was trying to figure it out, arguing with myself over who I thought was "anonymous." I had no idea!!! The epilogue was awesome! I really enjoyed this book. The audio was perfect(@1.25 speed, but that's a me issue, lol)! I flew through this book. I wanted, no needed, to know who was doing it.

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Jenny H.

The ending got me! Thinking back through the story, I should have figured it out, but I didn’t. That is what makes it a fun read. Nothing deep. Just a relaxing, but sometimes suspenseful book.

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Good story. The reader of the “anonymous” character was like nails on a chalkboard, though. It’s like he was trying to make love to the words. Overall good listen.

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Very well written held my interest from page one till the end. Narrator was really good made it easy to listen too

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Jessica H.

I love Freida’a books but this was a total flop. I found myself laughing at serious parts and the story wasn’t believable in the slightest. The characters were childlike and annoying. I did finish it and there were some good and surprising twists. I have noticed that Freida writes children in her books to seem a lot younger than they’re supposed to be and that was very evident in this book. Her daughter is supposed to be 7, but she is written like a 4 year old, and even the narrators voice when she spoke for the girl was like that of a preschooler. Maybe it’s because I have kids around those ages, but it really irritates me

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Brittany G.

Another great twist, I was shocked!

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Maree G.

Enjoyable but predictable

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Another excellent twist. Loved it.

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