How the Light Gets In: A Chief Inspector Gamache Novel
Publish date: August 27th 2013
Publisher: Minotaur Books
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Chief Inspector Armand Gamache (#9)
A wonderful mystery/suspense novel. It took me a while to "read" (this was an audiobook), through no fault of the book.... I am new to audiobooks, so I would listen to a cd, a few days would pass and I would forget what had happened and would have to start over... and over.... and over. But it was w...
Well that was a bust. This entire book from beginning to end just felt lazy. I rather Penny had written a one off with Gamache trying to take down the evil doers and we could then get a full fledged mystery next time. Instead we had Gamache and company half assing a murder investigation while Gama...
Out of respect for the many reading this series, no spoilers. There is a mystery in this book, but make no mistake- this book is mainly about all the drama that has been building since...well... the series started. Penny ties ends together in unexpected ways. To me this book had a bit of a slow ...
How the Light Gets In is, in my humble opinion, the best Inspector Gamache novel yet, hands down. This is the 9th Gamache book and it seems as if we've been building towards this tale and this climax from the very beginning of the series. Well, I guess it doesn't just seem that way, we actually...
This book recaptured much of what I love about this series that seems to have been lost in the last couple of installments. It reads much like a final wrap up, so I look forward to seeing what the new path is in the remaining novels.
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