Publish date: 2004
Publisher: Leicester, England: Howes
Edition language: English
Series: Temperance Brennan (#6)
Just...meh. Rambling, meandering and feels like it was twice as long as it should have been. It was good, but just barely good. Not bad, but not great. Just...okay.
Bones: some human, some animal and many of them from different bodies. An interesting story, inspired me to go back and read the stories, better review when I re-read and get more of the contextual stuff.
Temperance Brennan is back from Guatemala (Grave Secrets Novel) and planning her vacation which has to be put on hold because of a ‘bunch’ of bones turning up at different locations. First the remains of a new-born baby are discovered. Then bones are found in a wood and at a nearby farmhouse. Then w...
For those of you who may watch Bones, the Temperence Brennan series bears no resemblance to the show. That bothered me at first, but I eventually grew to love these characters and now I don’t associate the books with the show at all.Now for the real review. I love the style of the writing in these b...
Excellent story. Surprised I enjoyed it so much, and looking forward to picking up another Reichs book!
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