Different....very different but also the same. It catches Macdonald at his best
This is my third visit with Travis McGee; first as an adolesent; again at 40 and now 20 years later. I did not realize what I had forgotten. With the first chapter it all came back though. The complex Travis an alter ego for the author.
There is a reason why John D. Macdonald seems to make the top 5 list of many good writers. Many characters are developed to be believable but a very small group seem really to live. Sherlock Holmes is one that comes to mind, Travis McGee is another. The details in his stories rest with his character. Travis reminds me a bit of the cowboys that live at the end of the wild west. They knew their
Not the best by Diana Gabledon but still, even at her "not best" she is way ahead of whomever is in second place. The whole Outlander series has me wanting her to put out a book every week. Impossible but one can wish.
This is the first audio book I can honestly say I didn't like. To say it was confusing and disjointed is understatement. While I am sure it was a deep an mysterious observation on life and human existence, it was beyond me.
I am addicted to her entire series and this installment is as spellbinding as the rest. I have just finished my recent book and now have to find something to do before I drift off to sleep since I've accomplished Jamie and Clair for so long. Facinating because of its historical detail
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