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A talented Irish musician reluctantly reinvents himself, disappearing into an undercover identity to search for the man who ruined his career: his own brother. On a journey from the west of Ireland to the tumultuous city of Mumbai, Conor McBride's only goal is to redeem the brother who betrayed him. But he's becoming a virtuoso of a different kind in a dangerous game where the rules keep changing - and where the allies he trusted to help him may be the people he should fear the most.
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By Lia on 04-05-18
Just OK For Me
Since this book had so many awards, I started it with a lot of hope. It was a little disappointing after all of the awards, as I figured it was just an average book. Nothing great, nothing very bad. Just an average book.
Way too many long rambles around Ireland, India, and London. Lots of mysterious goings on that just get dull. I gave up trying to follow the story about 1/2 through, and just skimmed the rest. Vague Russians, oafish Americans, drugs, a saintly Indian woman. Wow, lots of imagination in need of harnessing and an editor who can figure out a narrative through all of the segments. But this book was just okay for me.
Wayne Farrell was outstanding with the delivery of the story and made book more enjoyable
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
By Karen Myers on 03-14-16
Absorbing thriller with a compelling hero
Would you consider the audio edition of Deceptive Cadence to be better than the print version?
It's always great to get just a bit of the Irish brogue for an Irish hero.
What did you like best about this story?
The way it made you care deeply about the characters.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The way the hero pushed forward despite his struggles with injury and shock.
Any additional comments?
Highly recommended! I've read the books in the series, and the audio edition is just as good.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful