Even thought "Relic" was published 'way back in 1994, it still delivers plenty of thrills and excitement after all these years. In my opinion, that t..Show More »
I really enjoyed "The Relic" but "Reliquary" was much better on so many levels. The writing is smart and scientific but I never felt lost. There is mu..Show More »
The problem is most likely I've listened to all the subsequent Pendergast installments, then went back and listened to this one. If they'd been liste..Show More »
Preston & Child know how to push my "creepy" buttons. Very good.
I would choose a different narrator. Narrator David Colacci did a much bett..Show More »
Another great read. Not the best one I've read of the series, but definitely worth the purchase. The latter books are better than the first ones I thi..Show More »
I've been listening to all of the Pendergast series, at least those that Audible have, in order. I must say that this was my favorite so far!
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Although a bit predictable and formulaic, it's still an enjoyable 'read'. I might suggest, however, you read Dance of Death before reading this one. I..Show More »
If you are an incarnated Preston/Child fan, you are most likely asking yourself: “Is it of the same quality as the Brimstone trilogy?”
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I liked the beginning of this book, however the graphic nature and shear sadness of the animal cruelty really turned me off. Be forewarned some conten..Show More »
Preston and Child never miss a beat. In fact, with each outing they seem to improve, don't they? "Fever Dream" tells us another exciting story in th..Show More »
This is the eleventh Pendergast novel, the second of the 'Helen Pendergast' arc. Aloysius X. L. Pendergast is an albino F.B.I. special agent who is an..Show More »
Everyone you care about shows up in the conclusion of this riveting trilogy. From the first chapters, you are thrown left and right from one event to..Show More »