John Sandford's acclaimed Prey novels featuring the brilliant Lucas Davenport have plunged millions of readers into the darkest recesses of the criminal mind.... When Lucas and his team gun down two bank robbers in the middle of a heist, Davenport falls prey to the purest and simplest criminal motivation: revenge.
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Too many close calls
I am a fan of the Davenport series. I started reading and listening late in the series and decided to start at the beginning and haven't been dissapointed. Although I enjoyed this book, I did not like as much as the others. It seemed to sacrifice a solid story line for constant action, near misses and close calls. I was ready for it to be over about 2 plot twists before the end. I thought the antagonists were inconsistent in their behaviors, and there were some unanswered questions at the end that I can't go into detail about here without spoilers. Maybe they will be resolved in the next book, or maybe they were just loose ends.
There are some seriously pivotal moments regarding his personal relationships that will probably play out in the next book, so I am guessing that if you skip this one, you will have some missing backfill in the next one, but I have not read that one yet so I am not sure.
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Yes I would. It's part of a series that I am enjoying very much.
Yes. Not knowing where the next cop would be attacked, or where, made every moment intense.
His changing vocal inflection for the different characters is so subtle, yet, distinct, you start to recognize the characters by their conversation.
No. I listen to audiobooks when I go to bed. Depending on how tired I am dictates how many nights it takes to complete a book.
I am really enjoying this series.