This is a witty, fun, predictable, in a good way, and not predictable in a better way kind of listen. The characters were likable and real. Shake is almost too good to be true and Gina definitely is. This book is sexy on several levels. It doesn't take itself too seriously and in my opinion that pays off big in the end. I bought it on a whim not knowing there was a second book and wanted more when I was done and lucked out to see another book in the series. Let's hope it's as entertaining.
Suarez is better than Michael Crichten. This was one of the best books I've ever listened to. It's probably the first book I've "read" where I miss the story more than I miss the characters.
... you are riding with the author so he can explain what's going on. Because I literally listened to it in one sitting it all came together... kind of. Too many characters, too many time lines, too many bad guys that were really good guys that were really bad guys... I think. Actually, now that I am reflecting on it, I'm still a little lost. I'm not sure if I care about the second book.
I feel like Coben does a good job of developing the story and he creates mostly-believable characters.
No complaints. It is what it is. Jack being Jack, just a younger version. This book could have been the longest book ever written since Child decided to go there [there being the past when Jack was young a full of vim and vigor]. He could have gone down a thousand rabbit holes but he stayed pretty much on point with the story. I wouldn't have minded a couple rabbit holes though.
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