One of my favorite Christmas books. I want to take that train ride sometime, meet the people and have the adventure.
I have read all of Vince Flynn's books and this one was okay. After knowing all all of Rapp's history, it was hard to go back to the beginning and keep my interest. I will still keep listening to Rapp books and hopefully the next one will be more interesting.
Was thinking this might be a good holiday mystery but just too much bad language for me to continue that didn't make the reading experience pleasurable.
The Deep Black series attracted me because of the action. This one spends too much time with longwinded explanations, especially about global warming. And I was really unhappy with the turn of events early in the book. Maybe they are trying to go in a new direction with a new co-author. But it has probably lost me as a reader of the series.
There was just no originality at the end of this book. After some of the earlier suspense, I was hoping for a twist at the end and it just didn't happen. I was so disappointed.
The idea is exciting but the plot and characters are hard to follow in audio format. Clearly the author is knowledgable in art but not so cleaver at book writing.
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