Boring n not believable. Characters too hard to follow. Amos too sorry for himself. Stopped reading after halfway.
It was a labor to read and must have been laborious to write. On and on and on over the same pitiful “if this and not that.” The written style was more of a made for TV script than sounding like novel. There was no doubt about the tragedy suffered (in a previous novel) by the leading character but did he have to feel sorry for himself through the entire book? Just page after page of too much beating an old dog with no new substance.
One of his best. His stories just keep getting better.
This is nothing less than brilliant, just as expected from Mr. Baldacci. The rapid paced twists and turns leave the reader wondering where the story will lead next.
This is a good well written book with a good story land and a good ending. The only negative I have is that one part of the book was a lot longer than necessary. I would expect a lot of people that read Gresham would skip through this section.
by: Slow Resder
Loved this book, I could not put it down! Decker’s character grows in this book, emotionally & learning more of his gift/power. He also reflects on his relationships with his friends & those he woks with. Just outstanding book.
At first I was disappointed it seemed a rather short book. But after a while, there probably were no more twist and turns possible. But seeing Amos a little more humanized leads to the question of what’s in the next book. If there is one. I hope so. Had this on preorder.