Enjoyed a different genre. Kept me interested
Really great book, it actually was my first Pendergast book, so now I am onto the rest of the books with him....be patient as it gets better as it builds.
I listen to 1 or 2 audiobooks a week . I couldn’t get into this. I didn’t like the reader. There were too many details that were hardly captivating. It was boring….at least as far as I got. I don’t have time to listen to books that don’t capture my attention.
The reading was great, but I found myself wishing it was over towards the end. I just didn’t get a thrilling vibe from this novel. It was almost like you knew what was coming, it just took forever. The complicated word usage didn’t help. Just not one of my favorites.
Pendergast at his best!
i enjoyed the book
I am definitely a true fan of the Pendergast series. this book did not necessarily disappoint, but it may have dragged just a tad. Most disappointing and sad is the narrator. I recently just found out that Rene Auberjonais has passed away. For me, really intonated the voice(s) of characters in the series as I would have envisioned them, especially Pendergast. Perhaps another voice actor or maybe I'll go to reading the books.
Really good! Love it
love Preston & Child books. I have read all
I liked the characters, but lost interest about 1/2 way through the book
Again Special Agent Pendergast assisted by his lovely fearless ward Theresa and couragous Agent Coldmoon and shows his great skills in solving a heavy crime.
Very enjoyable, intense and well read.
A very enjoyable book. The narration was excellent, very highly reccomend it.
Seldom do Lincoln and. Child disappoint with AXL Pendergast.
Fantastic one of their better books
WOW!! This lived up to everything you want from a Pendergast novel, including a clean link to the next book. What’s not to love about that!
What made it so great for me? Great plot and subplot. Settings deep and well developed. But the best? Constance was a major character. And Agent Coldmoon, a fabulous character from the Lonely Hearts case, was a major player here again.
Hopefully future novels provide platforms for more of them both.
Lastly. I wondered who would ever take on the mantle of narration after the loss to cancer of Rene Auberjenois, narrator par excellence of so many Pendergast novels. I doubted. I was wrong.
Jefferson Mays is a brilliant narrator. May he settle into this series for a long time.
Absolutely AWESOME! I’ve read every book collaboration by Lincoln and Child. But for the previous installment, they all for the most part, are exceptional pieces of work! Can’t get enough of Constance and Alloysius. MOST EXCELLENT!