Great read. I love the stories and the intrigue that Pendergast always seems to find himself ensconced within.
As usual, another winner in this series. There is so much adventure and mystery in each book, they should charge for two. I am hooked on this series even coming in near the end. I love the narrator, the characters and crazy rides it takes me on, all over the world.
A plausible plot
a fine reader
it made me wonder about hotel security
Impossible plot which makes absolutely no sense.
Yeah for sure as the Pendergast series is a great one and Rene does the perfect voice for him
To be honest I didn't like it but thats because I saw it coming from about half way.
Rene was really good again, but a couple of times he kept the wrong voice for a character.
Yes as it was a further trip into the world of A.L.Pengdergast, but I think its one of the weakest in the series.
Way too much Pendergast (as are the first two stories from this trilogy). The balance of other characters and getting involved in their lives is what makes the Pendergast novels so good. There is NONE of that in these three books. And I can't stress this enough: Pendergast himself is not all that interesting; he's not exactly a figure we overly-empathise with personally, so his taking up 95% of these three books is taxing. The tie-up for D'Agosta was WAY too quick and clean..and the getting him in trouble is getting to routine. If you skip this trilogy, you won't be missing a lot, really. The authors are at least good about that kind of thing.
No -- this can't be put into a genre. When a series (any series) has gone as long as this, it transcents genres. You know what you are expecting is unique.
Absolutely solid -- just like all his other Pendergast performances. No disappointment here.