I am one of Lee Child's greatest fans but this so-called 'book', that wasn't much more than one hour long was a great disappointment. Could Lee Child be losing it - or just cashing in on is fame and success?
I recently read Sydney Bauer's 'Undertow' which is one of the best books I've read this year. I immediately went looking for other books by this sensational author (I'd never heard of). I listened to two hours of this meaninglyless drivel and gave it away. I felt insulted that an authour could waste a reader's/listener's time with such meaninless nonsense.
I haven't read the print edition.
The Lincoln Lawyer - same character - same fast pace.
He portrays characters cleverly, making each unique and easily distinguishable.
A stunning, clever, fast moving book with more twists than the road to Kosciusco.
Less irrelevant nonsense.
So much unnecessary gory detail in attempt to make it seem less girlie.
The beginning, the end and the bit in the middle.
I'll be looking out for new books by Greg Iles from now on. True Evil is very engaging, plausible, scary thriller, brilliantly narrated by Jeff Harding.
Really quite an horrendous horror story of gratuitous violence. Apallingly narrated with ludricous affectation by Michael Kramer.
Not one of of this author's best.
Superbly etched characters and an intricate web of family foibles and trechery make this a good 'read'.
I don't think you'd need to be told this book was written by many different authors. It may have created some interesting, unexpected swerves in the plot but it seems have contributed a level of complexity that the story could have done without.
How can a nice guy like Bryce imagine such evil characters & deeds? One of his his best (although, hardly uplifting)!
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