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Burn Notice: the End Game Mass Market Paperback – May 5, 2009
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As a fan of the TV show, I had to read this tie-in novel. I was pleasantly surprised. All of the action, adventure, and humor are wrapped up in this novel. It reads like you're watching an episode, with Michael's frequent spy tips and snarky comments.
Michael's friends Fiona ("former" IRA arms dealer) and Sam (former Navy SEAL) team up with Michael yet again. And Michael's mom and brother make appearances and lead to more comedy relief as Michael must deal with trying to find his mom the perfect gift. Tod Goldberg has deftly written these colorful characters in a brand new adventure that will surely appease fans of the show. Bond fans shouldn't miss this series on TV or in print.
Knowing how the episodes end you can almost guess how the book will end, but I do have to admit it was hard to put down and there were some surprises. I would like to see more.
I would totally love it if Tod Goldberg wrote a Burn Notice book with Michael Shanks character Victor in it.(yes, i know Victor's dead on the show-but the book series hasn't even touched on that plot line yet!) It could happen. That would be awsome! I'd pay well over market price for that!
When Michael begins poking around, he quickly finds things are more complicated than he imagined. Suddenly, figuring out who is behind the threats might not be enough. Can he stay alive long enough to solve the problem?
Fans of the series will find another enjoyable book to tide them over until the series returns. Once again, the characters from the TV show are spot on. Even the first person narration harkens back to the voice overs from the show. The plot seems a little muddled, but when I went back, thought about it again and reread some parts, it did sort itself out, so I was probably just being dense. The humor from the show comes through as well. Heck, some of the lines in this book were actually funnier than the TV show.
What I found most interesting was that there was no attempt to deal with the burn notice aspect of the show's mythology in any meaningful way. Of course, considering how quickly that is changing on the show and how much lead time there is for the books, that makes sense. Frankly, I didn't really miss it.
These characters truly are wonderful in any form. If you are a fan, get this book. And if you aren't, what are you waiting for? This is as good a place as any to jump in.
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If you like burn notice you will love this. It was eye catching and riveting. Highly recommend to fellow fansPublished on March 27, 2013 by Jennifer Hoelle
I love the show burn notice and at first i thought this was going to be the same as the show but it was not, it had a different plot and scenarios.Published on March 18, 2013 by Wei Lin He
Great police series with all sorts of twists & turns that really keep you on your toes. I would recommend it to all that like police shows.Published on January 12, 2013 by Pam R.