No. The final plot twist was forced and did not hold up logically.
It should have ended sooner. It went one suspect change too far for credibility. Sometimes, if you reach for the most unlikely suspect, that's just what it is....unlikely.
I didn't really like any of them.
The science and the fact that the main character used his head to solve problems. Also, it was a very positive book. The main character had a can do attitude with great humor. The ending was great.
It would be hard to find one like it. It's unique and totally enjoyable.
No, this was my first. He was awesome. He really made the main character come alive.
Yes, but I don't want to give out any spoilers.
This book currently ranks at the top of my list of books to recommend to others.
Everybody needed a dose of maturity.
Nearly every character at some point said, "you don't understand." I felt like I was listening to a bunch of 12-13 year olds. Too much emotional reaction and self absorption by all the characters. There were also a few continuity problems with the story.
Some of the scenes with the 6 year old daughter were charming but that was spoiled by the fact that there were several time spans in the book when the daughter was totally ignored by the author.
Scott Brick did his usual great job of narration...probably the only reason I finished the book. His pacing was a bit unusual but it fit.
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