In Eyes of Prey, Bekker, an insane pathologist who experiments with his patients’ pain thresholds, is finally brought down by an unrelenting Lucas Davenport, who brutally maims the doctor’s beautiful face but leaves him alive. “You should have killed me,” were Bekker’s parting and prophetic words.
In this sequel to Eyes of Prey, Bekker endures the indignities and horrors of imprisonment, taking comfort in the fact that it is only a matter of time before he will make Lucas Davenport pay.
©1992 John Sandford (P)1993 Recorded Books, LLC
I've listened to all but 2 of the books in the "prey" series and this was one of the best. Lucas is in good spirits, no depression and he's determined to get his man. Very good, I couldn't stop listening.
By far this is one of the finest books Sanford has written. I was concerned about the fact that I had skipped four of his books from the early riding and went on to complete all the rest of his prey series but going back now and reading these I know it wasn't a mistake. Sanford doesn't awesome job in developing his characters from the beginning to the end I could not stop listening to this one
This is the guy law enforcement wants to be. This is my third trip through the series as I look for what I may have missed. I suggest you start with rules of prey and listen in sequence to all 24. Richard Ferone is marvelous at narrating the whole series
Among the highest.
That Becker was allowed to live for a bit longer but got what he deserved.
He does different voices well.
Good murder mystery. This book was the best in the series so far. We listen to the series in order. We will listen to the next book.
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