I have read all of Mr. Coben's books and enjoyed every one of them but, being a sports fan, I love the Boiltar series. Why with all the stupid television shows that insult your intelligence and the same with most movies hasn't someone found the treasure of this series? These characters are so well written you can feel them breath. I will read anything Mr. Coben writes but, I'd love to see what has been going on lately with that wonderfully written cast.
I so agree with you! I feel like I have come to know the characters in the Myron Bolitar series so well.I was so disappointed when I read the last one because it left us thinking this could be the end of a truly colorful series. To think there will be no more Winn!! I can't imagine why Mr. Coben would eliminate such a hit. Please don't let this be the end!
I miss Win and Myron, and their supporting cast. I have no interest in reading Mickey's adventures, no doubt because my teen years are long behind me.
I've read a number of the standalone books, but even with all their twists and turns, they still strike me as basically following the same situational formula, and I've lost interest in them. In fact, the last one I read, I pretty much just scanned my way through it. It's highly doubtful that I will purchase another, but I would not hesitate to buy another Myron Bolitar book.
I totally agree. I miss his side kick Win also. Please give us more. Look how long Spenser has been alive, longer than his author; look at Mitch Rapp, also longer than the author. Stephanie Plum. Obviously, we know these characters would have to be nursing home age by now, but there is something so comforting in characters that you know, and you KNOW it's going to be a good book when you sit down with it. I do like your other books, but it takes me a very long time to pick one up because I'm still grieving for Bolitar and Win.
I too miss Myron and Win. I've stopped buying the stand alones. They were OK as in betweens, but now that Myron is gone, there's nothing for them to be between. Reading the stand alones would only serve to remind me of the sad truth that Myron has gone missing, so I don't read them.
i'm very far from my teen years but have enjoyed reading mickeys adventures..i just bought the third book...they arent really,juvenile...mickey has his "sidekicks" and i'm enjoying them..i too miss win..i would have loved to see inside his brain...to learn why he was the way he was...thank you mr coben for the wonderful friends that you have given us.