I always enjoy Stuart Woods books, until now. This book is slow. No feeling and it was hard to remember who was who. Did he run out of ideas? Should have stopped at book 24.
Good book. Moved along fast and kept my attention to the end. Lots of interesting people and easy to keep track.
Lots of activity and action. Hard to keep the 2 brothers apart in the story. Too often called by last name and which brother are they referring to. Good story and never a dull moment.
Keeps you thinking and trying to work out the story.
Never sure where we were after the first few chapters went by. Too much detail and medical lingo. Hard to keep up with who was who, as the story went from place to place and different people in each place. I have read several books with the forensic doctor, main character. All better than this.
Another near winner. Too predicable. Need to change things up a little. Still a lot of action.
Interesting and lots of action. Lots of twists and turns to keep your attention.
Really enjoyed the stories as the action increased.
Very slow start. Even slower ending. This used to be one of my favorite writers.
Not much story and little action. I quit and he needs to quit, too.
Good read. Lots of action, suspense, and drama.
Smart characters and not too much sex. OK ending.
This was a fast moving book. Lots of twists and turns. Little too much sex, but kept going forward. Good ending.
Hard to believe John Grisham wrote this. Story was boring and so was the main character in it. Slow start and thankful when it ended.
Believe it or not. Real or just a dream. Very different from the usual mystery story. Slow start, but great as it went on.
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