Say something about yourself!
This starts out as an interesting story, but by the end, I was so sick of the stereotypes of the New York cop, the Isaam bad guy and the bad CIA and FBI. I couldn't wait for it to end. I just don't think he's a very good writer. I haven't read the prequel so maybe that helps you to like the main character more, but I couldn't stand him.
This book was great all the way to the end, when it ended abruptly and very dissatisfyingly. Also, the love story was very cliche, and didn't add anything to the story.
This was my first book by this author. The plot was interesting and surprisingly simple. I was intrigued, but not overly so. I would recommend this book for someone who likes a casual story that is mostly character driven. I will definately read other books by this author.
Yes I did like it BUT it was simply to long. For my taste the author spend to much time on minute details. 4/5 of the time the government agents are very stupid and suddenly the get smart the last 1/5 of the book. Exited the last 2 hours I was disappointed about the ending.
My first exposure to Nelson DeMille will be my last. Pedantic and cliched, this book is anything but a thriller. DeMille seems more concerned about creating clever (albeit unbelievable) dialogue from his protaganist than in creating a taut plot. I only listened to the whole damn thing because I had nothing else on my ipod for a long trip.