Third book in the Vish Puri series, this story further develops the characters and reveals the surprising and inspiring past of "Mummy G". The book combines humor, intrigue, and social commentary in a truly unique and entertaining style. The narration is expertly performed and artfully captures the personalities of each character.
Yes, having gotten to know the characters from the previous two novels, it was exciting to see how each person dealt with their situations.
I particularly liked the scene where Puri predicted the palys in the cricket match.
The recollection of Mummy G attempting to rescue a poor girl from a life of slavery.
Absolutely I would recommend this book to a friend, it is probably more accurate that the news.
I really like Gavin Biery, the behind the scenes computer whiz who can do just about anything in the cyberworld.
Such a great and consistent portrayal of the characters.
It made me shudder, thinking that this cyber-warfare is really happening, and hoping we really have some folks that are as good as Jack Jr. and Ding and Gavin to defend us.
Tom Clancy will be missed greatly!
right at the top of the list
Realistic characters that are well developed
His voice is exactly how I envision the first person narrator should sound, and great impersonations of the other characters
This book contains some graphic medical situations. Anyone in the medical field would appreciate the realism of the cases described.
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