A lot of hype and anticipation for a really poor novel. This book is terrible on so many levels. Gideon is about as far from being a Pendergast as one might imagine. He comes off as a simpering ninny and the narrator makes hime sound like a whiny teenager. A nuclear scientist? Absurd. His occupation is also irrelevant to the story line. He could hold any job and be just as unbelievable. Please, Messers. Preston and Child don't give us any more of Gideon. Stick with your real winner, i.e., Pendergast, or lose many devoted readers.
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