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    The Nearest Exit

    Enjoyed the book until the ending. I was disappointed the loose ends were not all finalized. Perhaps this was intended by the author.
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    Spy drama

    After reading the first Milo Weaver book, I quickly jumped into this one. My hope was that the author was finding his footing and laying the groundwork for a compelling spy series and things would pick up with this book. Instead, I found more of the same, loads of lengthy dialogue, repetitiveness, and bits of action followed by page after page of slow-moving story. The story has great potential but seems to always stay just this side of the compelling read that it could be. I'm two for two now on this series that can't seem to cross over into something memorable, something that would make me want to continue on. As it stands, I'm on the fence about the series and its main character, so I think I'll be taking a break before considering the next Milo Weaver story.
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    Nearst exit

    Caracters introduced without explaination, beginning is complexe, first 50 page your lost. After that the book is fast and captivating. This writer with ajustements could surpass Flynn, Thor, Ludlum,etc,
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    The Nearest Exit

    Great modern spy novel. Intelligent.
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    Another solid installment...

    I thoroughly enjoyed The Tourist and dove right into this second-in-series to see what on earth Milo Weaver would find himself embroiled in this time. The Tourists are in trouble, Milo's been in jail, people are dead... It had all the hallmarks of a throat-clencher - and it did open that way. Then in the middle the focus of the story started to shift between a woman we (eventually) discover is a semi-disgraced German intelligence agent and Milo, and that's when things started to waver a bit for me. Ultimately, the shift made sense and offered a depth to the story that I enjoyed - but only after the personalities were all explained and the overlaps made clear, and that took a little time. In the last quarter things fell back into the rhythm I'd come to expect from The Tourist, but I must confess I found the plot lagging a bit in that middle section... Still, on the whole it was another solid four-star read - my unsolicited advice to other readers is to not let yourself get distracted when things seem a bit random, and trust in Steinhauer to bring it all together! Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for my obligation-free review copy.
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