Two Graves: An Agent Pendergast Novel (Agent Pendergast 12)
Publish date: December 13th 2012
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Pendergast (#12)
Copy of this book from my my local libraryTwo Graves is the third book in the Helen trilogy and should not be read out of order. You will not need to have read any of the other Pendergast novels, save the two preceeding this (Helen #1and Helen #2).It took me quite a while to read this book. I loved ...
I believe that I have read every one of the Pendergast novels, and this one was the least satisfying. The genetic manipulation underlying the plot seems to be poorly founded in current work, epigenetic, etc., and strains credulity. The subplots do not add to the story, and are poorly done, the cha...
Well, I was not pleased with this particular installment. So many loose ends tied up with some over the top scenarios. Just wasn't what I had come to expect. Some very bright moments, but not as inspired as previous novels. Almost had the feel of a deadline our quota novel.
The final book in the Helen Pendergast trilogy ties up loose ends nicely, while leaving the door open a crack for more adventures. I really liked it! If you're not reading this series, (along with all the other Preston/Child books)what are you waiting for - you're really missing out!
Over the course of the previous books in the series Pendergast has been led to believe that his wife Helen was killed by a lion and then died at the hands of a murderer. As this book opens we learn that neither of these is true and Helen is still very much alive. At their touching reunion in Centr...
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