Dans des doods
Publish date: 2005
Publisher: Uitgeverij Luitingh - Sijthoff
Pages no: 395
Edition language: Dutch
Series: Pendergast (#6)
I did not like this one nearly as much as the others. I mean there were points like when Smithback took the diamond that reminded me why I've been powering through the series, but I simply didn't connect to any of this.Mostly, I suppose because it turned out to be an excuse to get all the sidekick c...
I have been a tremendous fan of the series, but this one is a true disappointment. Dumbing down your characters, killing off the good character I was so thrilled to bring back into the fold, and giving so much attention to Smithback, who is nothing but an idiot and irritation. Nora Kelley as a sanct...
Just something to fill the time. I had read the book that came right before this in the series, and I'm pretty sure I read Relic way back, but there have been several others in the interim - not sufficiently interested to acquire the others. Another popcorn book.
There weren't enough unusual elements in this Prendergast novel to keep me happy. This one reads like a straightforward murder mystery without the scientific details that are prevalent in most of their other books. The idea of Prendergast's twin brother doesn't exactly thrill me. It's not that he's ...
I can't wait to read it. This is the only series (non-trilogy) that I have been interested in....Well, okay, besides my brief affair with Laurell K. Hamilton's series. DON'T JUDGE ME!
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