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by Steve Berry
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Turn The Page
Turn The Page rated it 6 years ago
Good plot, not so good pacing. Parts of this got extremely choppy and I admit I had trouble keeping track of where certain characters were at a given moment. Not among his best works, but I did enjoy parts of the background plot.
Get Lost in the Stacks
Get Lost in the Stacks rated it 8 years ago
Yet another really good book from Berry! I thoroughly enjoyed it and would give it 4.8 stars really. The only thing I didn't appreciate was the gore of the torture stuff... that was a little too much to handle.
Toni
Toni rated it 9 years ago
Book 7, in the Cotton Malone seriesFans of this series will notice that this latest installment is a departure from the six previous Cotton Malone adventures. In this novel the author brings the action to the North American eastern coast all the way up to Mahone Bay, Nova Scotia Canada. As always he...
Nicoleabouttown
Nicoleabouttown rated it 10 years ago
Originally Posted to All I Ever ReadEvery time I read a book in Steve Berry’s Cotton Malone series, I inadvertently find myself humming the Mission Impossible theme. Well that or the MacGyver theme. People on the train tend to look at me like I’m nuts, but I just can’t help it. I get so involved ...
Meledstic
Meledstic rated it 10 years ago
Excellent read, but it was a bit difficult keeping all the players straight. The POV kept changing, sometimes as often as every paragraph. Really enjoyed the storyline and all the backstabbing! I hadn't visited with Cotton Malone since THE ALEXANDRIA LINK, and really shouldn't stay away so long.
The Drift Of Things
The Drift Of Things rated it 10 years ago
Steve Berry is a bright guy who writes thrillers that are great for people with attention deficit. You get to change location and subject every couple of paragraphs. Wild global ping-pong kinda stuff. When you get to the end, you think well, that was sure a nice ride, but I have no idea what I just ...
Sarah (The Brazen Bookworm)
Sarah (The Brazen Bookworm) rated it 10 years ago
I’d only read one other Cotton Malone book, and I enjoyed it, so I was really excited to read The Jefferson Key. I adore novels that combine intrigue and American history, so this was right up my alley.The premise of the book was interesting – a gang of pirates created during the American Revolutio...
Barbara1951
Barbara1951 rated it 52 years ago
Like it? Yes. Seemed more disjointed than usual.Note: I am in love with Scott Brick's voice.
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