Ithought a book by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child should be pretty good and the premise seemed topnotch. While the premise remained top notch, the writing was abysmal. Actually, the author of the blurb about the book was much better than the book. Within mere pages it became way to obvious what was going to happen and how. There was one nice twist at the end of the book, but overall just predictably boring.
Good pace, up to date story line will keep your interest. The twists the story takes will keep you guessing, the ending is unique.
This the first time that I had to actually
wade thru the first part of the book I was so disappointed in the authors whom I had never read a bad book before But the second half saved the day It was up to their excellent selves and I enjoyed it immensly
The tech, particularly the computer stuff is weak. The characters feel thin and lack depth or believability. It's not without value, but on the whole I think this book is weaker than most of their other novels, most of which I've enjoyed.