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ok but not as good as book 3
on 8 September 2013
I had high hopes for book 4 in the series, yet unfortunately it fails to ignight the passions and character depth that made the previous instalment such a good read. To me whilst the plot has a good idea to begin with its poorly executed and as feel of a series of events thrown together than a crafted script.
For castle fans you can see some of the corilation between heat and Beckett and the drive that makes the character unstoppable but it's more of glimps into someone's diary or wording for a crime report than actual depth, to me the heat rook character development kind of needs the Beckett castle in between the lines and finishing sentences moments.
Let's hope the closing arch of the story in book 5 fixes these problems.