Least is easy - it practically ends in the middle of a sentence! Okay slight exaggeration there but not by much!
Most - the expanding of some minor characters from the earlier books.
Not until the next book in the series is out
Yes, great job with accents.
As a stand alone, no. But a movie based on the series sure.
Yea when does the next book come out?
The story line is very current and very activating.
Yes, this series usually follows a single group, this book was different and it kept me on the edge knowing they would converge but never knowing how.
Yes Owen Vigor was talking to Rachel in Mongolia. Don't want to be a spoiler but if you've followed this series it will grab you too.
Reacher is officially over done! There really aren't any new story lines for this character and Childs is totally reaching (pun intended) in this one.
Sam was the only interesting character in the story and then nothing
Dick Hill could read the phone book and I would still listen to the whole thing which is the only reason I now how this one ended.
Come on Lee let Reacher go! You are far to great a writer for this kind of drivel.
Crais' writing style, a "multiple" narrative where I never had to go back to figure out which character was in the moment.
Maggie, she yanked my heart out and then gave it back.
The male eye view
I have to admit it made me cry several times, however they were not all sad tears.
He rushed the ending a bit, unless of course he is planning on turning this into a series. Hint hint.
Cunning, exciting, surprising
Lara, new character very well written
There are definitely parts that make me chuckle. I get his sense of humor.
Brad writes very cognizant and contemporary books. Hidden Order is no exception and may even be a glimpse forward.
Yes, it is gripping and an intricate story. Caught nuances I missed the first time.
Just enough "fact" to make me think with enough fiction to keep me entertained.
I had several extreme reactions to this book. It made me laugh, cry and it even scared me.
Yes I stayed up listening to it
It captivated me
I am a huge fan of this genre but rarely do I find a writer who I keep looking for more books from, Baldaacci's latest series is his best work by far!
I think I will read this one myself some day
Irritation, after a short time I just had to walk away before Gillmore caused me to pull my hair out!
Oh definately! I even listened to this book while doing my house work.
Harp, Logan's dad, was my favorite. Jeff did a great job depicting both father and son even when the chafracters were terse with each other.
I liked the fact that they wrapped up some long standing loose ends in this book, however in very un-Preston & Child fashion there were several unnecessarily overly graphic areas where I actually stopped listening and even fast forwarded past them.
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