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Divine Justice by David Baldacci
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Jan 28, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: 2011-read, audiobook
Read in January, 2011

Free from Audible when I downloaded the client for my blackberry

What I Loved: The 2 simultaneous stories worked well in parallel. When they finally came together it was a very good ending to the story. Stone and Knox were great anti-heroes, they both were trying to do what they had to knowing that they were caught between a rock and a hard place. Annabelle was a fantastic character also as a 3rd player in this thriller.

What I Liked: The pacing of this book was pretty good. It did lag a bit at times but picked up pretty quickly. You don't have to read these books in order. This is the first one I have read and never once felt lost.

Complaints: None

Audio Review: I loved the narrator Ron McLarty, he was perfect for this book. The music chapter changes though I am not a huge fan of and they were a bit distracting.

Why I gave this a 4: It was a good story from beginning to end. The plot was solid and the characters believable.

Who I would recommend this too: People who enjoy political thrillers and enjoy intrigue.

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Books in this Series:
The Camel Club
The Collectors
Stone Cold
Divine Justice
Hell’s Corner

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Reading Progress

15.0% "Listening to on Audiobook"
50.0% "This is a pretty good installment of this series."

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