A book has to grab me from the beginning, or I simply get bored, especially with cops.
The author does a great job of explaining a very complex topic. Even if you don't adopt his program, you will learn a lot about how to improve your health.
It is so thrilling that I found myself sitting in my car in the garage, after my long commute, listening to the next chapter! I am not a Jeff Abbott fan.
I should have know this read was going to be corny if they have to make it appealing by putting a hot babe on a motorcycle.
I can't believe I haven't read this book before, one of my best reads ever!
The story reminded me of the Lacey Petterson case, but it turns out much differently with ongoing twist of events. I hope they make a movie on this one!
I'm three hours into this novel and totally bored. Grisham rambles on and on about a kid who can't make it in the big leagues, and cops who can't find their buttocks with both hands. I give up, no more JG novels for me, he has lost his touch.
I decided to try something different, even though I rarely pick up a Stephen King novel. I was so glad I did, 11/22/63 will keep you on the edge of you seat. The plot is very creative and fast-paced. It has drama, action, sci-fi, history and romance nicely integrated. Craig Wasson deserves a lot of credit, I'm going to start tracking him!
Third Option was disappointing after reading The Assassin, especially the ending, which is abrupt. The plot essentially is about the politics and backstabbing in Washington, the politicians being the true terrorists.
The plot gets thicker each step of of the way. Pay attention as the author connects the dots. I was on the edge of my seat, never bored, I look forward to the sequel.
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