Gratuitious expletive laden rants about mostly nothing of import. Name dropping of epic proportions.
Nothing - it was appropriate to the text.
Annoyance at having my time and money wasted.
Sounds like a collection of everything edited out of the previous book.
The author's strange use of English was very off putting and the narrator's style of finishing each sentence on an upbeat was plain irritating.
The narration was incredible, the story compelling, combining to make a memorable experience.
Bower brings the characters to life.
The relationship between the Japanese commander and the heroine was emotional.
Dignity of the heroine (I don't want to spoil the story for others)
All the characters were well performed
If you have not experience the first two books you would be lost!
Both excellent for different situations
The moment when the evidence finally all came together.
All equally good
The last scene on the plane.
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