Pendergast and D'Agosta once more together. you can also look forward for the next one
Not my most favorite in the Pendergast series. Hate how much some of the regular characters are made to suffer.
The story was a bit long and incredulous. And i was really surprised that the authors made a credible explanation at the end to render the plot realistic and believable.
Preston and Child finally return to what they do the best - rather than weaken and force the plot to accommodate certain characters, build an ingenious story line, and let the characters follow. The ending seemed a bit haste and predictable, but it still took great force to limit myself to 10 chapters a day to avoid bloodshot eyes. Very entertaining read!...Continua
Far from the magical atmosphere of the New York Museum of Natural History, I found the story a little less fascinating, but, on the whole, it's a good novel, Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child are a quality guarantee, even when they are not at the best....Continua