I would not recommend this to a friend. This book is sophomoric and simple to the point of boredom. The whole book ends with the simple explanation of who done it. No shock, no wisdom no reality check.
Her stories get slow in the middle.
She was unable to credibly and consistently switch between characters.
Yes, these books are on the level of a TV sitcom. Sandra Bullock as Sara for sure. The others are a bit of a stretch for my mind.
Book had a certain flow that showed the author could write clearly.
Yes, for the historical exposure to Kafka and his mentality. The story is not that interesting.
Its subtle tone concerning hatred and the ease of hatred.
Yes, very Russian/European in his tone.
This book needs to be explained to most readers to get the significance from the story.
I'd like to see unexpected twists and turns that are reasonable. The ending and all the killings were so uneventful. I could see them a mile away and they were uninteresting.
No completely, but I have not bought more crime stories.
Yes, it was adequate and did not interfere with the comprehension.
The serial killer Alex because she was too unbelievable. So other villain would have been better.
Even the ending was lame and apparent.
Plot twists, connect and enhance the characters, and have a meaningful plot.
No, not really. Even the love story was thin and unmoving.
Yes, the plot was interesting, but the way he moved back and forth through the character's histories was distracting. I would have preferred and more logical and easily followed narration. In the end it was all clear even though a bit simplistic. I won't spoil it, but no way would the FBI or any other agency be so easily fooled at the end.
I was disappointed and I saw it coming.
He made the main character live in his tone of voice and tempo.
Yes. The flaws in this book could be remediated in a movie. Bruce Willis, Micky Rourke,
It was OK and I am glad I read it, but I wanted more from the ending. In fact I wanted more from the book. Even the love interest and the tying up of lose ends was too little to late. He could have given us a hint to the girlfriend's trauma and made it more meaningful.
The violence seems natural for the characters even if it makes little sense. That is the genius of this book; a book that has an illiterate character who somehow lives through the early Western expansion shown through his travels.
The kid made sense as a child born in hopelessness. He is a child of an expanding and growing country, yet he experiences none of this. The horrors he experienced are as normal to him as bible study is to religious community.
Judge Holden, but I am sure he would never tell me anything honest or forthright.
I liked this interesting and enjoyable book about violence in the west. The narrator was amazing as he switched between character with subtle, yet clear, voice tones. I loved the narration best of all. It was very western. It felt so right to hear the voices of the characters.
An African Detective and her client's.
The Detective, I can't spell the name.
This is a good book for Jr. High students.
I like the audio better because the monsters and action tend to be seen through hearing and not through written text. It works better because the narrator seems to have the author's sense down pat.
Just a good narration
The point of view of the author. Quite brilliant and reasonable.
It gives one perspective on what reason is and what experience has taught us.
There were no characters. Just question and answer.
The raspy voice of the author was unpleasant.
The plot was reasonable and the characters made sense. The people who came and went in the story were easily understood as part of the story line. They all made sense.
I like this author.
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