Disappointed to say the least!!!! At chapter 15 still nothing happens... Pedantic, boring.... Scarpetta is like a little girl, where is the strong woman we love? She questions every move! I don't know if I want to keep reading.....
6 months spent specializing at Dover, Kay Scarpetta is now back to her Centre, but she finds everything upside down, Jack Fielding not been able to manage things as she wished. In less than three days, she can, now, find out what (and who) is behind the strange murders Marino, Lucy, Benton and Briggs are trying to understand. Psychological, other than thrilling....Continua
The first ones featuring Kay Scarpeta were very good but along the way they've ended up focussing way too much on her relationships with various people, to a point where the story feels like an almost after thought. Most of this book has little to do with the mystery and when it really gets to it you feel like you missed a chapter somewhere. Not a boom I'd personally recommend but others may prefer this style....Continua
One of the most boring and useless reading I've ever done so far.
Kay seems to be the most lovable when she was talking to the dog, Sock. I feel that it doesn't need to have almost 500 pages. A lot of pages are just that Kay didn't know what's going on whereas everybody else including Benton, Lucy, Marino and FBI's knew. Lucy and Marino don't seem to play any significant roles here apart from being their own cliché. Benton's hiding his clients' stuff from Kay is kind of an annoying feature. The ultimate thud is so typical. The author seems to want to write more in arts/literature style but it's obviously lack of the usual plots/twists that her works have been appealing to her readers....Continua