Dry, convoluted, long-winded, inexorbly boring. Over rated at 1 star.
From word 1 you keep waiting for something to happen. Then it does, you either turn it off or fall asleep. The literary equivalent of watching paint dry. Same effect as over-medicating on prozac! That's part 1; never stuck around for parts 2 & 3
You'll occassionally find your self yelling out hey schmuck because you're a step ahead of the hero. But that's because you like him, want to help, and are engrossed in the plot. You really want to see the bad guy get taken out. Good solid laughs relieve the tension and move the plot along and you with it and you're there with John Correy until the last turn and wanting more.
If you've ever lived in New York and liked it you've met John he's utterly believable and if you've ever been involved with with BIG government you'll totally understand both the cause and complexity of his frustation.
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