Meanwhile, at an Alabama army depot, a military train carrying a deadly cargo begins its journey west. This train must cross the Mississippi before its cargo becomes unstable - and then another bridge goes down.
As more bridges go down and the plight of the doomsday train intensifies, it becomes ever more obvious that Hanson is being set up to take a fall as part of some bureaucratic political intrigue within the FBI.
©2006 P. T. Deutermann; (P)2006 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
"Intelligent, expertly detailed, and highly suspenseful, Train Man is a speeding entertainment locomotive." (Publishers Weekly)
The story line was OK but the details went on and on and on. Lost interest.
Tedious storytelling, predictable plot, terrible narration and well, just not up to the standard of the other Deutermann books.
I'm a massive PT Deutermann fan, and thus, I really enjoyed this book.
There isn't a lot to say about this book; it's not exactly a departure from the regular formula of a thriller novel, but I enjoy Deutermann's turn of phrase, and the level of character development; he shares the important points, but doesn't go into excessive detail.
Yay for trains!
He did it again. Keeping us in suspense. His development of characters was superb. And the narration just added more to an already great novel. His detailed description of trains just put you there.
MacGyver's evil twin brother? I liked Zero Option better but the last quarter of the book was good. The author excellently wrapped everything up.
If you like suspense and trains you will love this book, I thought P.T. Deutermann did a great job with the writing of this book, This i will lesson to again,
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