Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child are the writing team of the century. If you have yet to read any of their collaborative works, your in for a real treat. They take the reader to the ends of the earth in vivid Technicolor style writing.
If your new to the Agent Pendergast series start with “The Dance Of Death” then “The Book of The Dead” and finish with“ “The Wheel of Darkness” to complete this unbelievable 35 hours of bone chilling, edges of your seat entertainment that you will not soon forget. Pendergast along with other colorful characters will become your friends for life and even if you take a break between novels each book picks up where the other leaves off.
Thank you Douglas and Lincoln for helping me get thru the day, and allowing me to lose myself and travel with you, wherever you decide to go.
Haven't read the print version but Audible is always my choice between the two
As I have read all J.A. Konrath's Jack Daniels series I was a little shocked to hear that she had co-authored such a gruesom story. I had just finished reading Afraid by Kilborn previously to Trapped. It was a little much back to back.
Phil Gigante is one of my favorite readers. He is a blast to listen to.
Sara Randhurst was the most memorable. Her strength and willingness to overcome her fears were prevelent.
I may be dating myself but this was like revisiting "The Island Of Dr. Moreau"
Ray Cruz's skills need to be developed but it was a great Pilot book
Phil is a wonderful narrator. I love listening to anything he does.
The relationship that developed between Ray and feisty Miss Lavelva were wonderful together.
PLEASE develop Lavelva as his partner and we are good to go for a long time series. Loved the book
Not since Tyrannosaur Canyon have I had so much fun with a book. Douglas Preston was masterful in his story line and all the characters. Preston has the skill to blend Science Fiction with Science Fact and that is what makes this book so exciting. Anyone who has a fascination for the wonders of our Universe will truly love the story as it unfolds. Scott Sowers did an excellent job with all the Boston accents. Truly a fun read.
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