Not your normal cop book. Lucas, the star, operates without the need to follow rules. He wins , just like we all do in our dreams.
Second time through Lucas Davenport stories, obviously I like them a lot. Recommend following in series sequence, although not a strict requirement. I could probably listen to Richard Ferrone counting to 100 and like it. Even so, I am surprised I like Lucas and over look his two timing womanizing ways, and his violence. The credit goes to John Sandford's talent in convincing me to care about Lucas. In addition, Mr. Standord's descriptive ability to thread language together is musical to my listening ears. I can't wait for the next tale!
The audio book performance would have been better if the narrator would have learned how to pronounce the local reference names correctly.
It's disappointing that the Author is anti-gun.
loves to read
I enjoyed this book and it was a well put together thriller. I think the subsequent Prey books are a little better but this was great
I can't understand who would like this. The book is juvenile with unlikable characters.
There is nothing redeemable about the main character. Selfish in a way only a toddler could be. In every situation he would be fired for his actions, yet he is never even disciplined. I know it's fiction, but some element of realistic procedure or character interaction would be helpful. There is nothing believable or likable about Lucas Davenport. Poor character development. I really disliked this book, it was a tough listen. I kept waiting for a pay off and was disappointed over and over again. I can't understand how this series is so popular
The snapping and saliva sounds emminating from the performer's mouth were very off putting. That aside, the performance was average at best
I would throw the entire book in the trash along with all the characters. Aweful story and characters