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Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I keep trying to figure out why this book isn't grabbing me.
There's lots of action. There's a very evil bad-guy maniac. He's blowing up the world, or at least the museum. I can't explain why Diogenes and Constance don't interest me.
All the elements of intrigue are there, but Constance in particular has always bored me. When the bad guy and the heroine or whatever she is don't work for you, it's fatal.
As for the action side of things, there's a heck of a lot going on, but I'm still finding it a hard slog. Even with all the flash-bang-dazzle going on in the Tomb, I seem to be reading it from a distance, not really engaged.
And please - no more virtual reality day-trips through his own mind for Aloysius! I won't be buying any more books in this series.
It's been beaten to death. Maybe it's time to move on to a new gang of oddball characters and blow up something else?
This book holds reader's attention and focus with every page from beginning to end. The plot while complicated, some might even say convoluted, was not at all difficult to follow and all aspects meshed together in perfect symmetry.
There were no loose ends left hanging. In short, I gave this book a 5 Star rating because there was nothing about it I did not like. In fact it motivated me to purchase all the other novels in the Pendergast Series.
Now that I don't have to worry about where to put all the books I buy and read I have branched out. Due to the ludicrous costs of some of my go to authors I have stopped reading quite a few of them and have been reading "new" to me authors.
I'd heard of these two before so I decided to try their works. My first book was a Pendergast mystery. It "grabbed me", was fast paced, quirky, interesting, informative and tough to put down.
Really, really tough to put down. I liked the book so much I bought all the Pendergast series and read one right after the other.
Pendergast is an odd one and would never exist in real life, particularly in the cookie cutter FBI , but this is fiction and we all want a hero to have what he needs at his disposal and doing it in style is not a bad way to go.
All the characters came to life for me. I shared D'Agosta's frustrations and concerns. I asked the same questions. Felt the same emotions. If you like fiction, mystery, a little fantasy thrown in for good measure, you will love these authors and their star characters, FBI Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast and Lt.
I read all of this series and give a five star rating to each book. I thought the story was too convoluted for my taste. Some parts of the plot were tied together feebly in my opinion.
The book started out well enough. There was an ancient Egyptian exhibit set to open at a museum and then strange events and deaths occurred that seemed to suggest to some that a curse was attached to this exhibit.
Then the story introduced several subplots that were spun out with inadequate background information so they seemed contrived.
I was disappointed in the book. So l would rate the book as a little below average as a piece of entertainment. I can imagine them structuring this book, three stories overlapping and integrated in the final chapters.
As in other books I've read, there's all the drama anyone could ask for. These authors have that unique skill of lifting a reader to levels of concern, uncertainty, disbelief and fear growing to a sustained level for long periods, pitching adrenaline so high that the reader must take a break to recapture reason.
As in the other four books I've read, they are masters of suspense! This is a Can't Put Down book. I recently reread this because it was suggested by the authors.
This book is the third book in the "Diogenes Trilogy".