- Paperback: 496 pages
- Publisher: Orion (5 Dec. 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 140913587X
- ISBN-13: 978-1409135876
- Product Dimensions: 13.1 x 3.1 x 19.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (42 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 499,664 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Two Graves: An Agent Pendergast Novel (Agent Pendergast 12) Paperback – 5 Dec 2013
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The authors push all the right buttons for exciting the reader, and know how to knock together a white-knuckle cliffhanger (BIG ISSUE of GIDEON'S SWORD)
Preston and Child have crafted an electrifying, riveting thriller on which I could continue to heap praise, but instead I will just offer this: Read the book! (David Baldacci on GIDEON'S SWORD)
Fast-paced and action-packed...a clever, high velocity read (Kathy Reichs on GIDEON'S SWORD)
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However, the pace after a great start seems to stutter a little bit and never quite get back again. There are some pretty dark thoughts occurring in this book especially with Pendergast himself and its an interesting turn of character.
At the same time, Corrie Swanson gets her own sub-plot whilst Dr Felder sets out for the truth regarding Constance. Whilst all three stories are good in their own rights, the authors keen to give each plenty of time may have actually helped slow down the gripping nature of each one due to the stop-start the reader goes through.
I still recommend this book and especially the entire trilogy (Two Graves, Fever Dream, Cold Vengeance).
Hoping for more of the same from Preston & Child in the future.
It resolves almost everything but sadly, and I suppose predictably leaves the ending wide open for the next book and in my view, some of the sub plots rather unfinished although you could argue they have been , but it is a stretch.
A good book with, at last, some vulnerability and fragility to our eponymous hero which whilst welcome, diminishes his god like status
and hey, it is not real anyway.
Two Graves was a roller coaster ride of a book that keeps the midnight oil Burning.
Can't wait for the next book(But Wait I must)
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If you have read the other Pendergast novels in order like I have then you need to read this one. Preston & Child are great authors and I enjoy their books a great deal.Published 11 months ago by Andy Heap
Good but not great. Perhaps they've gone off the boil-time to get back to the faster paced excitement of the earlier books.Published 13 months ago by Catherine Haynes