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Publisher's Summary

With her newest Alexandra Cooper novel, Terminal City, New York Times best-selling author Linda Fairstein delivers another breakneck thriller that captures the essence of New York City - its glamour, its possibilities, and its endless capacity for darkness.
Linda Fairstein is well-known for illuminating the dark histories in many of New York's forgotten corners - and sometimes in the city's most popular landmarks. In Terminal City, Fairstein turns her attention to one of New York's most iconic structures - Grand Central Terminal.
Grand Central Terminal is the very center of the city. It's also the sixth-most-visited tourist attraction in the world. From the world's largest Tiffany clock decorating the 42nd Street entrance to its use of electric trains since the early 1900s, Grand Central has been a symbol of beauty and innovation in New York City for more than 100 years.
But "the world's loveliest station" is hiding more than just an underground train system, and in Terminal City Alex Cooper and Mike Chapman must contend with Grand Central's dark secrets as well as their own changing relationship.
©2014 Linda Fairstein (P)2014 Penguin Audio
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By Joanne on 06-29-14

Truly disappointing

What disappointed you about Terminal City?

It was as if Linda Fairstein gave her formula to a ghostwriter who just didn't get the tone right. Although I generally love her books, and in particular love the details that they generally include regarding the particular area of the New York that she's talking about, in this case,it was way too much about trains. Moreover, the interaction between Alex and Mike was just not believable. Also, and all the other books Alex has been a strong, determined female lead. In this book, she was somewhat simpering and whimpering.

What about Barbara Rosenblat’s performance did you like?

Barbara Rosenblatt is one of my favorite readers and she was very good with this book as well

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Terminal City?

The amount of description regarding the trains, the under ground tunnels and the people who live and then became really tiresome. And as a result, it cut from the time that could have been spent on the relationship between the characters in the book.

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By RMG on 07-07-14

Beginning to Lose Interest

I've listened to every one of the books in this series and generally liked them. Linda Fairstein always chooses some part of NYC to focus on, imparting tons of information that most people wouldn't know. I like that part. Though I no longer live outside New York, I enjoy learning about that great city. However (there's always a however in reviews), the story lines seem a bit extreme, though usually based on some real life incidents. When the series began, I always wondered why Alexandra never got together with her sometime partner, Mike. Now that they seem to be moving closer, I'm actually uncomfortable with it - go figure. Guess I changed my mind about their chemistry. I'm not exactly looking forward to the next book to see where this pairing leads.

My last comment is about the narrator. I've always loved Barbara Rosenblatt, especially her reading of the Amelia Peabody series. However, the longer I listen to her as Alex Cooper, the more it feels that this character is a 60 year old dowager. Her interpretation is just grating. Her men's voices are great though her over-exaggerated Brooklyn accent for Mike makes him sound like a stereotype.

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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