This was a very entertaining book. I was kind of rooting for a different ending, the world would not be the same if it had occurred. I recommend it.
The lifestyle of the community was not realistic. I found there wasn't a plot.
It is hard to believe that Jack Daniels can get as injured as she does and still can fight on. This takes place, for the most part, in Jack's suburban home to which she has moved because of her mother's wishes. I do love Harry's wit, especially when Dick Hill delivers the punch lines. This is a good read, overall.
I cannot believe a story about an 8 1/2 month pregnant woman doing all the stunts she does in this book, caring so little about her unborn child. Still, it was entertaining and worth the read. It does have a surprise ending that I had not anticipated, so that says something for the plot. If you love Jack Daniels and the wit of Harry and Herb, you'll enjoy this.
Although I understood this was a Christian writer, I have read such books, like the Walt Longmire stories, that weren't so religious. In this book, there is no cursing, drinking, smoking, or sex, but it is about people who spend a lot of time reading the bible. That is, it is not real life. Really, the star of the story is a forty year old vergin? The plot is boring, boring, boring. They are after murder for hire killers. I would not recommend anyone buying this book. I am glad I only paid a low sale price, but feel I wasted my money even then.
I found this book hard to follow. I had to back up several times to relisten to it. I guess I had thought this was a Davenport novel, but it is a Flowers novel. I guess I should have looked at the title. John Sanford does not have a good range of different voices, so I had a hard time figuring out who was talking. I just found this book to be far fetched, and not very captivating.
Just when you think you know it all, you don't. Just when you think you are at the end, hold on for a couple more twists. I have become a big fan of Coben, but he has outdone himself with this one. Some of his other books are so, so, and others much better. Gone for Good is his best.
I just couldn't follow the plot. There was too much flashback into Walt's Vietnam days. I didn't like this book.
I tried five times to read this book, but couldn't make it past hour one. It just couldn't hold my interest. I am attempting to return it but am not having any luck at all.
Unlike the rest of the John Corey series, this book has very little action to it. It is mostly a lesson on the country of Yemen. We listed to it all, and I learned a lot about Muslim countries, I don't think I'd recommend this book as it is marginally entertaining.
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