Publish date: September 26th 2012
Publisher: Hr. Ferdinand
Pages no: 328
Edition language: Danish
Series: Peter Brown (#2)
If you don't think of this as a sequel to Beat the Reaper, this is a tolerable thriller. If you think of this as a sequel to Beat the Reaper, it's a tragedy. The plot was okay, the but outside of that, it's unnecessarily preachy -- the screeds about global climate change and evolution/religion wer...
Lots of fun, challenging interweaving of so many threads, off the wall humour and wit, reading the other reviews, I guess I am glad that I read this one first (Peter Brown #2) so perhaps I will enjoy PB#1 even more as so many reviewers have, but lacking that prior experience I enjoyed this one enorm...
So, listen, to be up front with you: this is not a cryptozoology adventure. Which is what I at first thought it was. No no - our antihero Mr. Bearclaw Brnwa is back, this time a few years on the lam (again) and a cruise doctor. Things get weird when he meets a reclusive billionaire and even weird...
Still funny but without the charm of his previous book.
MY THOUGHTSABSOLUTELY LOVED ITThe protagonist of Beat the Reaper is back but there is little else in common with the first book, except that Pietro Brnwa is back with a new name, Lionel Azimuth. As part of a witness protection program, he is now a cruise ship doctor which is a pretty horrifying con...
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