Publisher: Orion (An Imprint of the Orion
Pages no: 339
Edition language: English
, Mystery Thriller
, Sports And Games
, Murder Mystery
Series: Myron Bolitar (#7)
Having read a number of the Myron Bolitar series in no particular order I concur that there is no benefit to reading the series sequentially. Darkest Fear is good but not as potent as some of the other Myron episodes. Win takes more of a backseat thus loosing some of the wit and contrast.
I hereby officially declare Harlan Coben as my favorite writer(among the ones who are still writing). When I pick up one of his books I stay rest assured that come what may I am picking up a book which won’t disappoint me. And he delivers. Be his standalones or his Myron Bolitar series.Myron is appr...
"The plot doth thicken." ~ pg. 81Darkest Fear is the seventh book in the Myron Bolitar series by Harlan Coben. Thirty-four-year-old former basketball player and current sports agent Myron Bolitar has finally moved out of his parents house. But he's never been more worried about his father, who recen...