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What I enjoyed the most about this story was the pace. I like to read at my leisure, often taking 2 weeks to finish a book. However, The Wrecking Crew is a story that hooks you in and won't let you go until you reach the end. It's a fast paced and fluid story that keeps the action and suspense going throughout.
This is a brilliant thriller. You empathise with the protagonist, despise the villain and pity everyone caught up in the whirlwind of events.
Well done Mr Chisnell. I didn't think you could top The Defector, but if you're going to write a sequel, this is the way to do it. I just hope you bring Janac back to the page soon - although I am slightly scared to see what else he is capable of!
This book has similar threads to the first in the series, with the exotic locale, sailing and psychological games in common. However the cast of characters is almost entirely new, which allows the author to develop his intelligent villain while presenting a whole new story. The maritime aspect is slightly less important this time but provides a dynamic backdrop for parts of the tale.
Hamnet is a complicated character with an uncertain past. I sympathised with the dilemma he faced but found some of his actions hard to understand. Although he is helped, and hindered, by a number of people Hamnet and Janac really are the key protagonists and by far the best defined. I think my favourite aspect of the book is the fascination Hamnet holds for Janac, and his attempts to figure out how his victim will react to the pressure being applied.
As with The Defector this is full of action but provides plenty to think about. I have developed a strange and slightly worrying fondness for Janac over the course of the two books, and really enjoyed this psychological thriller.
I enjoyed the book, despite some of it being very far-fetched, and would read another book by this author.
This is not the style of book I would normally consider reading.
I am glad I did.
I felt sorry for Hamnet throughout the story even though he was a calculating killer when necessary.
His family meant everything to him which made him a hero in my eyes.I recommend this to any one who likes a good read.
I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoys thrillers and/or sea stories.
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