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In my view, James needs to revitalise the series by concluding the Sandy thing and take things in a whole new direction. Otherwise it's just the same old thing over and over!
The key characters both lack credibility - the 'heroine' (Red) has been saddled with a stupid name and a personality bypass as she is tedious to the point of being vacuous whilst the 'villain of the piece' (Bryce) appears to have superhuman abilities far above those that a magician would possess, he also fantasises about what he's going to do to Red far too frequently and in far too many words.
I'm also sick to death of Cleo and the sacharine sweet relationship between her and Roy Grace, now made even more unreadable by the birth of their son. Their domestic scenes contribute nothing positive to these books - all they do is make me feel more and more nauseous.
Every book has to retell the story of Sandy, who has now made a couple of guest appearances but has added very little to the storyline.
These novels are starting to become very samey with the only surprises coming from the untimely demises of various supporting characters...
I found the shift away from Grace and his team as fairly prominent characters to almost bit players a negative move. It might have worked for me had I been taken with the main plot and the featured characters of Red and her sociopathic stalker ex, Bryant. As it was in the first half I found the plot too bogged down with repetitive detail, revealed via the counselling sessions with her therapist. I wasn't sympathetic to the character of Red, far from seeing her as a strong, independent character refusing to be a victim, I found her to be quite naive, if not stupid in her actions. For example, what female estate agent (given real life events) would deliberately falsify contact details in her work diary, before going to meet a client, a complete stranger, in an empty property. - especially when she knows her ex is a threat.
I was more engaged when the plot concentrated on Grace, his forthcoming nuptials to Cleo, and the team that we have come to know and in most cases love. Inevitably Sandy does make an appearance, though whether that story resolves itself I can't say. For me the novels are as much about their stories as the crimes they are investigating. The team come more into play once the plot becomes more focused on Bryant as a suspect, rather than what he intends to do and why.
Reading this review back, it feels very negative, but given how much I've enjoyed the others, it is my attempt to explain why I didn't like this as much.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Keeps the reader guessing right up to the end. Always plenty of twists and turns with some unexpected happenings along the way.Published 12 days ago by Sandra Foster
I got this book from our local book recycle, am I glad I didn't buy it! I have read all the Roy Grace books,and unfortunately, I think Peter James has run out of ideas and... Read morePublished 12 days ago by David M.
Definitely a great read for Roy Grace fans. Excellent writing along with the popular characters in the series, makes it a great read. Maybe my best so far. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Mr. S. P. Wells
I am utterly at a loss how this book has garnered so many five star reviews. Absurd plot, one dimensional characters and cliched repetitive prose. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Jessy DD
This guy, both the author and character, just don't let you down. Consistently brilliant, believable story line with believable characters set in a real environment. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Mike Olley