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Keeps one reading with good storytelling but implausible and unsatisfactory resolution
I finished this book because I started it and wanted to enjoy it. But it is flat, not what I expected or even close to Baldacci’s standard established over many titles. Lastly it seems like a filler pub, with the sole purpose to sell one last forthcoming title where AP finally finds her sister. Well I won’t be reading that one.
I was really into the book and have the others in the series as well. Lots of action and the build up to the ending was great . . . until it all fell apart. It’s time for Pine to find her sister. You can’t come this close and end the story the way it ended, highly disappointing.
Great book a little slow in the beginning but picked up steam quickly another great one.
It is nice to read a book that I couldn’t put down. I highly recommend this one!
One of David’s best! Excellent read and I know a sequel is coming!
Good book, however when describing guns you can tell he doesn’t know guns. I.e. there’s no such thing as a Glock 26 full size. 26 is a compact. A full size would be a 17, or 19.
There needs to be a resolution in the next book regarding her sister. Four books to find out is a bit drawn out :(
If Attlee doesn’t find her sister in the next book I might just have to wait for next next one👍
Long and drawn out. Not up to the usual Baldacci standards.
Not one of his better books. Ending was rushed and disjointed. Ten or more pages would have given a more coherent ending. Leads to another book about finding Mercy which makes this book more of a money grab during a pandemic, great job David.
not sure the meaning of the end???
Clearly, this author has lost his touch. This is so slow and, really, has no wrapup in the day. Doesn’t even rate one star.
I’m sorry, but I can’t believe that Baldacci even wrote this book. I’m a fan of mindless reading, but the last few of his books are just crap. This book is like a bad ... very bad .... comic book.
It is a book that is tough to put down.
Third in the Attlee Pine series. Started out slow but then there where numerous twists and unexpected turns. Became a very good read. But I must have missed something along the way. The ending was abrupt and in my mind garbage. Will it be resolved in book 4. Who knows.
Very disappointed. A few times I was tempted to quit the book but I read on only to reach a very poor conclusion.
Cardboard characters. Convoluted plot that stretches credibility. Warning: this is not a stand alone book. Leaves major plot line hanging.
Always great reads.
Sounds like real life. Compelling story with twists and turns. Of course Federal, local, and State Governments are at their worse. Friends become foes. Wasn’t excited about the ending!,
Excellent read - keeps you guessing the whole time all the way to the end.
Waste of time lousy ending no more Attlee Pine books for me. Ron M
I initially enjoyed the book. Confusing, but I followed. About chapter 70 of 78 I knew the ending. I was disappointed. All Baldacci is doing is trying to sell another book.
His books are usually better. First book in Attlee Pine series was better ...this one was slow and boring
Liked seeing Pine’s character continue to develop as I read Daylight. Even so, the ending was disappointing.
I’ve been waiting on the book and I just finished reading the last page. I have to say that I was speechless by the end! Such a convoluted and twisted story...I needed a scorecard to keep everything in perspective! Wonderful characters and the addition of Jon Puller into the mix was awesome! Thank you, David Baldacci!
Atlee Pine and the Puller brothers in the same thriller. Outstanding from start to finish. The twist at the ending, a horror for Atlee, but well played by Baldacci. Hope we get many more Atlee Pine and John Puller stories.
I’ve been reading the Atlee Pine series from the beginning and I’m so drawn to the mystery surrounding her sister and every book I keep wondering if this is when we get find out what happened. I don’t want to spoil it for you but her sister’s mystery is part of the story. Yay! In this installment there is a crossover when FBI agent Atlee Pine teams up with John Pullover, Army CID. She stumbles across his investigation as she looks into a lead on what happened with her sister. If you aren’t familiar with the series, Atlee is a twin and her sister was abducted when she was six years old. The whereabouts of her sister is still unknown and the abduction understandingly has shaped her life. Atlee and Pullover team up for a wild ride looking into a global crisis. And while that part of the story is fast paced with twists and turns, it was Atlee’s personal journey about her sister that I found most interesting. Baldacci is good at creating complex characters. While this series isn’t his most popular, I like it for the strong female lead and the compelling story.