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Father Night: A Jack McClure Novel (Jack McClure/Alli Carson Novels) Hardcover – September 18, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
Good twins, bad twins, circus elephants providing escape for some of the "heroes" ....it doesn't get any stranger than this.
There are at least two or three different major stories going on throughout the book. I am usually pretty good at keeping them separate, because with most authors the venues and players stay the same within a chapter and then change when the next chapter starts. In this mess, the author decides to switch between stories a few times within each chapter during most of the book.
I found it very hard to have any continuity of plot with so many changes happening so quickly.It was like switching between two different movies every 3-5 minutes and trying to piece everything together. After a while I just didn't care about any of the characters, and was hoping they would quickly bump each other off and end my misery.
Vince Flynn, Brad Thor, Daniel Silva and others have nothing to worry about !!!!
This guy is certainly no threat to them.
Highly recommend you stay away from this one.
The author should be ashamed of himself. The publisher should be ashamed of themselves. The author/reviewers who pimped themselves out lauding this drivel should be ashamed of themselves. I want my $10 back and I will never ever buy anything written by this hack again.
Will I read another Jack Mcclure novel? Not sure. Might just stick with the Bourne novels.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The dialog is stilted, there is someone coming after Jack McClure constantly and if any of the fights are to be believed, he would be in the emergency room at least half the novel. Read morePublished 8 months ago by PhotoBill atlanta
well paced thriller with interesting protagonist. Enjoyed the story and characterization.Published 13 months ago by SuperGrit
If you haven't read any of the Mcclure novels try them. All excellent.Published 15 months ago by Margaret Reed
Couldn't put this one down. Lots of surprises and character development. Jack and Ali will certainly ride again.Published 17 months ago by Dennis M Walker