As a standalone book, no. As part of the series, yes. With reservations.
A bit more depth, less rush. The historical aspect that made the previous books so enjoyable was virtually absent. What there was felt like a token effort. I'm not sure what constraints Mr. Baldacci was working under and how they affected the end product, but I wouldn't have minded a longer story that took the time to develop things more. There were other events in the story that seemed either token or...well, convenient...but as I can't go into those without giving away plot details, I'll refrain.
Amy. And David Pittu has done an outstanding job with both series. Each of his characters is distinct and original.
Yes, I think reactions, emotions, and consequences need to be demonstrated. Perhaps more ebooks by Clifford Riley to bridge the gap between now and the start of the next series this fall.
I'm puzzled as to why Chapter 40--which is in the ebook version I have--is missing from the audio version. The narration goes directly from the end of Chapter 39 to bonus material and literally left me hanging. It was very jarring and disappointing. I thought I'd accidentally hit my player and advanced forward. Can or will a corrected version be made available?
Beyond excellent. INTENSE.
Yep. I kept wanting to know how she was going to top each situation that happened.
In this one...Roarke. And I was glad to see more of Dr. Mira.
Absolutely. Wasn't possible, but I would have if it had been.
Do NOT buy the abridged edition, this is an incredibly important book in Eve's development, and you shouldn't miss a second of it.
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