Publish date: April 30th 1998
Publisher: Robert Laffont
Pages no: 509
Edition language: French
Crystal's 4 Star Review This is my first foray into the book series by the author who inspired ‘Bones’. I was slightly disappointed, I was expecting Temperance Brennan to be just like the tv character. She is so not. Once I let go of my preconceived notions, I was able to fully get into the story. ...
A rare "re-read" for me - still loved it.
Firstly, I *LOVE* the televisions series 'Bones': the left-brain dominant Dr. Temperance Brennan, her pull-forensic-magic-out-of-thin-air team, and the formidable Agent Seeley Booth. I knew that it was inspired by Kathy Reichs' book series, and of her own experience as a forensic anthropologist, and...
I can see why a lot of fans of the television series featuring Temperance Brennan would not like this series. While I do love Bones, I definitely find the book series to be good on its own as well. First, don't go in thinking it will be a carbon copy of the TV series. In the books, Tempe is older,...
Go figure: living in a vacuum can lead to some surprises. I watch virtually nothing that isn't live on live TV, and where TV shows are concerned I also try to avoid reading or watching anything about the series while I am watching it. In some cases this leaves me little choice but to extrapolate fro...
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