Started bad and fell away. Eminently forgettable characters and plot. Rather confused plot such that when I lost my bookmark, I sought another book.
Begins well, with intriguing mysteries, a plane crash and a crime caper gone awry. But then it keeps getting more and more unbelievable, until the story just falls to pieces. And, according to the jacket copy, he's writing a sequel!
I'm sorry I read this book!
I would have given it 3 stars based on decent prose style but my respect for the book decreased as I read further.
-torture scenes (which I skipped)
-characters became more melodramatic as the book progressed
-ridiculous religious elements toward the end.
If you've read the "Sanctus" trilogy then you'll appreciate this one. Toyne has the ability to show the bait, set the hook and reel you in. A page turner. A story without filler, a bravo to his writing.
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