Not the best Crais book I've listened to but I didn't put it down. Had to get into this one before I actually enjoyed it but still thought the ending was a bit of a let-down. First book I've read with the bomb focus and that part I found interesting.
Enjoyable, not a bad book.
Nothing about this intrigued me. Years ago I read the "Stranger in a Strange Land" era books and loved those. Then he got to the moon trips which grew a bit stagnant after a while. But decided I'd try something more current and I think I'll move on to another author. Hate to dog a narrator but this didn't help any.
It doesn't pay to fall for Dewey. Figured something was going to happen to bring out the warrior in Dewey and sure enough. Love Dewey, love Coes and I hope there isn't a long wait for the next book. Perhaps I should say I hope there is a next book. Dewey is cranky, mean and indifferent to life which makes for a fun, rough ride. Tough though .. I liked Jessica.
I'm really getting into Berenson and with George Guidall it comes out as a dynamic duo. Duplicating a nuke is a bit of a stretch but still makes for a good story. And for me, that's what it's all about.
Enjoyed the listen but Colt seemed to get out of scrapes just a tad too easily. Thought the story line was good but maybe a little more suspense. Same time, since this is Fury's first fiction, not bad. If he writes another, I'll listen.
Seemed like Sandford had run out of steam with Eric Conger being the only saving grace in the Virgil Flowers series. But, I actually enjoyed this after about 20 minutes listening time.
I liked the idea of a new line but in spite of the meat in this book I don't look forward to Sandford like I used to. Maybe things will pick up from here.
I'm not sure how to review this one. Pendergast has always pulled the tricks out of his hat and it just seemed a bit off for all the supporting characters to step into the spotlight. Good story but I think I prefer Pendergast holding the cards and remaining mysterious and a bit "other worldly".
I still enjoy all the stories maneuvering back to the museum and the days of "Relic".
I used to read John Saul and all I remember are ghostly stories about children. Been quite a while obviously. Since this was written in 1997 I believe I'll have to see what's happening with him now. This one reminded me of the early James Rollins for some reason. It does have that element of "Don't open that door!" When I read only I had to creep through those pages but now I've incororated the thrill of vocalizing, "DON'T!!!" Scared my family to death in the beginning but now they just ignore me with an occasional "Duh, Mom."
This is my first Alex Berenson book and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Have to get into the following John Wells stories to see if this is consistent. At this point I'd recommend it. Good narration.
I love Baldacci's books and do enjoy Oliver but this was a bit sad. Oliver Stone has had so much gusto but seems almost needy in this one. I'd listen again but think I'd still feel sorry for John Carr.
Weird, strange, demented, warped. I enjoyed it even thought it did creep me out in spots. Not my normal read but who wants to be normal?
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