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    Waste of time!

    I stopped reading after 1/3 of the way through! Too many endless conversations about psycho babble and hardly any advance of the storyline. Glad I only spent 1.99 on this book. A letdown from this author!
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    Great Read!

    Very much enjoyed the story. Read it in a few big gulps. The characters are sympathetic and the action sequences pull no punches. I found it very difficult to put down at times. Sequel forthcoming maybe?
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    Love

    Really enjoyed this book. There were a few chapters in the middle when Jack was explaining the “connections” and his second book that went on FOREVER!!!! So much so I wanted to skip over them but I would still recommend the book. Can’t wait for the next!
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    Nest

    Please tell me theres a book 2. Gripping start to finish.
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    A memorable book

    A large number of mysteries fall into the 'read and forget' category; the typical fare in airport bookshops. This is a book that stands apart by virtue of the fast paced, intricately plotted opening. It is comparable in engagement to the finest work of Nelson DeMille, such as Spencerville. The one downside of the novel is it's tendency, in the final 2/3 of the book, to descend into long expository chapters dissecting the nature, prevalence and origin of Evil. The quasi monologues reminded me of the final chapter if Atlas Shrugged, where John Galt spends 75 pages in an extended monologue extolling the virtues of the free man. While the writing in this section is literate and fully developed, it seems like padding that doesn't advance the storyline,.
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