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- Print Length: 637 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1475207328
- Publication Date: April 21, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B007WIEE0K
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At one point, Hunter starts to chase a bad guy but his bad knee prevented it. Later in the book it mentions him jogging (one time the distance was not specified but alluded to at least eight miles) and/or planning to chase a bad guy. Huh?
Hunter, the character (once referred to as "Hunger") has a dog but there is never a mention of taking the dog out to pee.
There's a mention of holding a guy against a wall, with the "paper-thin glass cracking on impact." Huh? On and on.
I agree with the reviewer who stated: "Reviewers who compare Dimmerman to Gresham, et. al. should have their reading privileges permanently suspended. "
Another is the author addressing his readers to explain certain terms. This was a distraction. Hunter couldn't help but think...about his father, about soccer, about whatever. These bird walks also distracted from the story.
There are other things that could have been improved, but I'll cut to the bottom line.
Would I recommend this book to you? I'll repeat, the story line made it interesting even though the writing didn't. So if you are prepared to let that go, then read this book.
You probably need to be American to understand some references: reading a description about a character's appearance or predisposition and then being told that they looked, or acted like, some name you may have never heard of (but are, presumably, real people), so you are none the wiser.
Some actions of the characters do not fit the story - for instance: getting an urgent text message to call the boss, but, seemingly and uncharacteristically, just ignoring the call.
Several assumptions do not gel and the conclusion leaves loose ends.
An exciting and remarkable read. Highly recommended.