Ed Eagle, the six-feet-six, take-no-prisoners Santa Fe attorney, has recovered from his encounters with Mexican organized crime and - more treacherously - his ex-wife, Barbara. Now a mysterious new client has come his way, one who may shed light into some dark corners of Ed's past...and put him in danger once more.
Legal eagle: listen to another Ed Eagle novel.
©2010 Stuart Woods (P)2010 Penguin Audio
I'm a faithful follower of Stuart Woods and this book really let me down. He brought in every character he's used except Stone Barrington and Dino and didn't even bother to tie them together. What was he thinking? Too many loose ends and an ending that should have read... "To be continued". Talk about a let down!
Stuart Woods has become a book machine. Meaning the books are coming faster and the quality is declining rapidly. I had taken a break from Woods about a year ago and thought I would maybe give him another shot. DISAPPOINTED to say the least. Predictable, conclusion really stinks. He has become the master writer of soap opera books.....a new one is here once a month and it leaves you where it began, no conclusion and no resolution. Will not go there again.
Like other Stuart Woods books this one is a good story. Unfortunately it is a very unsatisfying ending. It is like Mr Woods wrote a long story and then broke it into two books. It feels like the book ends in the middle of the story and now the listener has to wait for the next book to hear the ending. I would have preferred to pay a little more for a complete book.
Yes, Usually a good read
I don't like books that don't have an ending.
The story had potential, however the narrator was as flat as a board to me. I had to force myself to listen to all of it and then you were just left hanging.
Flat! Like listening to a boring teacher.
The story had a chance. But the ending just turned me off.
I feel like the book was written with the intent of getting you to buy the next book to get the rest of the story.
Chapped the story off in mid stride. Was just getting interisting and terminated mid story. Narriator was auful. Talked in a monatone with no inflection. Borring Read. No thread to follow. Did not hold my interest at all. Unlike other stewart wood books earlier on in his writing career - this was a waste of my time/ money . Will never buy another Stewart Wood's book. Will never listen this reader again either. A real shame. Dont get this selection.
Puts you to sleep with no inflection. Talks in monatone. Talks in the same voice's for every character. Cant keep your interest.
All Three. Anger , Sadness and Disappointment.
People who p\urchased this audiobook should get a refund.
This story kept one hanging on for every word and clue as what will happen next. Kept the listener wondering what could possibly go wrong now? At the end, it appears a another great novel may be on the horizon. Very well written and a great reader.
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