The intrigue concerning the Reverand's obsession with electricity and what would be the end result. Unfortunately this is not well developed throughout the story. Too much is spent on unimportant events that really do not impact the story.
The expectation that something really interesting was about to happen at some point with the special electricity. But the ending is really anticlimatic although rather disturbing. I'm not sure if King was trying to say that one's obsession will destroy you or don't venture to deep into areas you are not supposed to.
The opening scene with Jamie playing with the soldiers and the Reverend engaging him with conversation about war strategy in a non-condescending way. Very charming.
It should not be made into a movie period.
The story is way too long and not very cohesive. Often I was wondering when something would happen.
Absolutely wonderful story about the human spirit and the forces that attempt to crush it.
Fahrenheit 451. The breaking from conforming to the code of the fire man to one of supporting those who cherish books.
When Underwood decides that Emily is now his center of his circle and must save her
At the end of the book when Emily is about to leave with Sean she hugs him and he in turn hugs her.
John Twelve Hawks has the ability to intertwine messages of humanity and freedom in a brilliant story that is written which such depth of character and situations. Absolutely loved every minute. Hope there is more to come.
Stop with them being captured all the time. Absurd situations that are filler rather than continue the story line. I think a third of the book could have been cut.
Scott is always excellent.
Ann was supposed to be a strong character but was actually very weak.
It starts off very good but rapidly declines as things don't make sense and the dialogue is very qeak
I would not recommend this book because the author did not write a plausible conclusion to the story.
Mission impossible style to the conclusion which really disappoints.
The complexity of the story just astounds me. It begins with what appears to be a simple story of a kid traveling in Russia in his TransAm. and winds up unraveling the greatest secret of all.
Scott Brick is an exceptional reader. Each character has a unique and distinctive voice. He is able to pull you into the story with his amazing dramatic performance.
Highly recommended to anyone who loves a great piece of fiction with a real world flavor .
Initially it was difficult to identify McBride since I'm so used to hearing Dick Hill narrate Jack Reacher books but after a while it was fine. The bonding he develops in the book with Lauren, a 12 year old girl, really adds to the story development. Really great book and will read the others too.
Eliminate the pseudo science and terrible characters
Confusion about why this book was published. It's completely nonsensical and poorly written.
Original take on the first contact with aliens. Joshua can reallly let loose with the one liners.
Excellent performance. Nails each character perfectly.
At first I thought this was going to be a little too off beat for me but as I got into it the story really does move in the right direction. I like the harsh realities of being a Hollywood agent and the whole Hollywood culture as it impacts the whole world.
Child's book Deep Storn is a brilliant scifi novel that is hard to put down. Terminal Freeze is just one big disappointment. It's more an attempt at horror than scifi. Unfortunately the build up is poorly done. The plot is way too obvious. It just lacks any depth. Hope the next one is more like Deep Storn.
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