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Cemetery Dance

By Douglas Preston,Lincoln Child

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| Audio CD | 9781600242656

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  • 1 person finds this helpful

    Pendergast and D'Agosta once more together. you can also look forward for the next one

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    Elisalice said on Nov 20, 2009 | Add your feedback

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    Not my most favorite in the Pendergast series. Hate how much some of the regular characters are made to suffer.

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    Vivianrinsc said on Oct 4, 2009 | Add your feedback

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    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.

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    The Underdog said on Sep 17, 2009 | Add your feedback

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    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 s ...(continue)

    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!

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    Cyl414 said on Jul 31, 2009 | Add your feedback

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    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 bes ...(continue)

    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.

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    Howling Black said on Jul 17, 2009 | Add your feedback

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    Il Sotterraneo dei vivi

    Come da quarta di copertina, uno dei personaggi storici del gruppo ci lascia... un peccato, anche se spero che il dinamico duo non ritorni sui suoi passi, regalandoci emozioni stile Dallas (Bobby che esce dalla doccia è rimasto per me il più g ...(continue)

    Come da quarta di copertina, uno dei personaggi storici del gruppo ci lascia... un peccato, anche se spero che il dinamico duo non ritorni sui suoi passi, regalandoci emozioni stile Dallas (Bobby che esce dalla doccia è rimasto per me il più grande errore fatto nella storia della tv mondiale).
    Tutto gira alla perfezione, alcune cose sanno di già visto e alcune certezze non permettono l'avverarsi di colpi di scena più o meno intenzionali.
    Ma Pendergast è sempre Pendergast... forse anche troppo, a volte.

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    Sadako said on Jun 14, 2009 | Add your feedback

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