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Wow - Takes you to the edge and flings you over,
This review is from: New York to Dallas (In Death, No. 33) (Hardcover)
I will start by saying I feel this is the best In Death book.
If you are new to the series, I would not start with this one. There is such history to get to this point, that I feel you would not enjoy it as much.
Not sure where to start, I don't want to put any spoilers in this because that is one of the things I loved about it was seeing how it unfolded. I was not particularly surprised by what happened, but it flowed so wonderfully that I would not want to ruin any of it for you.
For fans, we got a lot of Eve/Roarke. Because it takes place in another city, the normal cast is there, but not the way it normally is. They introduce us to people Eve met before the series started and we get to know Eve better. What is most striking about this book, is the relationship between Eve and Roarke. We all love him, who wouldn't. But you see the bonds very strongly and you also see the striking difference between the Eve we met 33 books ago to the woman she is today.
There were times I literally had to set the book down and walk away, one because I did not want it to end, and 2 because I felt so much for Eve. This one will make you really feel the emotions, and that is an Excellent book.
So many series devolve at this point, and the last two books have really been some of the best work to date.
This book is worth the Hardback price.
Enjoy, and if you are new to the series do yourself a favor and start with the beginning. It is overall an excellent series. There were a couple books in it I did not love, maybe 4 out of all of them, and they were still really good.
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Initial post: Mar 27, 2012 10:14:58 AM PDT
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