The narrator and the story. You get to know the characters, and the protagonists are likeable even if a bit flawed due to the calamities of life -> much of the underlying theme of the book is about the way things are and how they effect us. Great suspense and story.
Yes. Lost of twists and turns. And not a bit of
My negatives were that it preached a bit much about the unfairness of racism. The points were well made - just overdone and a little out of context. This didn't get in the way of my enjoyment too much.
I will listen to it again. It was so good that it's the kind of story I want to hear again and see if I missed anything or gain new insights.
The struggle of Katniss and the horrible price she had to pay.
When she kills a different person than suspected.
The recovery from her burns and the horrible pain of loss.
I read everything these guys right as soon as it comes out. But I especially love any story with Eli Glinn (sp?). He's a cunning and genius engineer who can build and plot any endeavor. With this second in the series of Gideon thrillers, the character is taking shape. I liked this better than the first and can't wait for the next.
The character of Gideon is developed more fully. What drives him. What distracts him. He is a tragic character in that he has a fatal condition that could kill him within a year, but something tells me he will outlive this dire prediction.
A sense of drama and excitement.
I did laugh in spots.
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