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A book to get your teeth into -- Robert McCrum, Observer
It is a gut-churning, nail-biting, skin-crawling, often lyrical triumph addictive on every level ' -- Francis Fyfield, Express
No horror writer is more adept at making the stomach churn compelling truly shocking a brilliant book -- Mail on Sunday
No panting fan could have hope for more Hannibal is a great popular novel and a plausible candidate for the Pulitzer Prize -- Guardian
Worth the wait look no further for the chiller of the year -- Peter Millar, The Times
Hannibal is back! Thomas Harris' eagerly - and long awaited sequel to the Silence of the Lambs once again pits Clarice Starling against Hannibal the Cannibal in the thriller of the year.See all Product Description
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The story itself is fairly good, though it is not in league with "Red Dragon" or "The Silence of the Lambs". Here, Hannibal Lecter, having escaped from custody about ten years ago, is living the good life in Europe. Unbeknownst to him, however, he is being hunted down by Mason Verger, a fabulously wealthy, former patient of Dr. Lecter. Verger is also one of Lecter's victims who happened to have survived Lecter's unusual mode of attack. Left horribly disfigured by his former encounter with Lecter, Verger is very determined to hunt him down, and what he has in mind for Lecter will chill the listener. It is Verger who is truly monstrous, as the listener will discover (though with his unskilful reading, Harris gives him a run for his money).
FBI Special Agent Clarice Starling remains an integral part of the story. After heading up a drug bust that went bad, she becomes persona non grata with the FBI. Still, when the FBI gets a tip about Lecter's whereabouts, it is she to whom the FBI turns, given the unusual relationship she previously had with Dr. Lecter.Read more ›