Not the usual AXL Pendergast tale. I was disappointed with this. Pendergast didn’t sound like himself, he didn’t act like himself, he was off his game. Then I realized this was intentional. Pendergast is experiencing an inner struggle, his mind is elsewhere. Not wanting to inflect spoilers, I will just say, this Pendergast is not the cool and collected agent I personally prefer. The story was also a bit far fetched, insulted my intelligence so to speak. I hope the next book gets back on track.
live scott brick, the only redeeming quality about this disappointing pendergast book
This was my first Preston & Child's book. I truly enjoyed the story and how it developed. The plot twisted in a direction I was not expecting; therefore surprising me and making my experience a delight. I'm intrigued and will be looking for more titles by the duo. The narrator, Rene Auberjonois, was good. In the beginning, his style did not connect me to the book. But as the story progressed, he became comfortable with the characters, making them relatable and the book enjoyable.
I kept listening to it to done it was so good and I'm a truck driver and very good at reviewing books that keep you going in by section and word for word nothing boring about this book
Lincoln and child never fail to impress. Fast moving and good twists. Interesting to see Penderghast continue to evolve. Nice stand skinned book. Waiting for next book. Hope it's a new trilogy. And Rene Auberginous is great as always!!!
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