Drags a bit
The revealing of the truth
The second half of this book is very good and exciting at the end. But the first half really moves at a crawl. The blame lies with both the author and the reader. Mr. Sala is much too ponderous in his rendering.
The first book was very exciting and a great listen. This book is disjointed, rambling, confusing, and at times makes no sense. There is little action per se, but instead we are forced to listen to a bunch of senseless philosophy that turn it into a boring boring book.
None that I can think of. I feel ripped off.
Fans of this series I'm sure love all the introspective dialogue of the characters, especially Munroe. That's how authors stretch out a series by hooking readers on their character and style. I want to read a good book with a modicum of what the characters are thinking. The plot of this book is great, the execution not so great./
This book is way too long. The author has stretched this book out way too much.
This is a weak story. The story line is fascinating, but the book never delivers. The characters are not well developed, way too one dimensional. The action is not plausible. Granted this is SF, but even then the reader must feel that this could really happen. Trish takes a bullet in the shoulder, and about the only problem it causes her is some pain as she continues to perform amazingly. Doesn't work that way.
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