i have read all of ken follett's books and have enjoyed every last one.i especially enjoy his 30 and 40 hour epics. these longer stories are packed with information a tribute to the research he must put into each . i find his shorter stories just as engrossing and enjoyable.
which brings me to "freedom" .things happen so quickly in this magnificent novel that the book almost had an abridged feeling about it. i would have loved it, if the author had expanded the story a little. there certainly was ample opportunity to do so . It stands alongside his best efforts , i selfishly wanted more.
another great Connelly story looking forward to the next with harry's new partner lucky lucy
another grisham-lite novel, where he strings us along with sparsely placed grisham moments, then ends the novel abruptly leaving us to imagine the eagerly anticipated courtroom encounters . how lazy is that?
if you have reached book 3 nothing more needs to be said . however , the narrator deserves to be mentioned. i initially balked at bronson, thinking i could never listen without balki intruding. it never happened.
my only regret was that i couldn't download the 3rd installment before I'd finished the 2nd. I shall patiently await part 3.
"Coben for teens" caused me to hesitate momentarily, but then i reasoned, it is Coben. Thoroughly enjoyed it. A nice continuation of the previous novel where Mickey was introduced. Coben has a new character that I'll be interested in seeing him develop.
I've read and enjoyed all Coben's novels.
Having read the majority of this author's books I was surprised to read one person's review as "dull and predictable". I found the book neither. It was as enjoyable as his 'legion of the damned' series and his 'earth rise' series. If you are already a dietz fan you will not be dissappointed.
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