John Puller's older brother, Robert, was convicted of treason and national security crimes. His inexplicable escape from prison makes him the most wanted criminal in the country. Some in the government b...more
#1. Zero Day. Not fussed.
#2 The Forgotten Warming up to.
#3 The Escape Enjoyed.
In The Escape Puller's brother, Robert, escapes from Fort Leavenworth in extraordinary circumstances and the story develops from there. There is a bit of romantic interest but John Puller should definitely stay clear of her in the future. Lots of deaths, clever detective type work and cunning analysis of the situations.
Suspend belief and sit back and enjoy ...more
I am not a great fan of Baldacci's formulaic writing style, but I did enjoy Zero Day - the first book featuring Special Agent Jack Puller. It read like a shameless Lee Child rip off, but was no less enjoyable for that. Puller reappeared in The Forgotten, this time investigating the death of his aunt. Again, the writing was taut, the su ...more
I liked the 1st book, Zero Day https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1... and liked the 2nd even more https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1... and was very happy to get into book #3.
John Puller faces the most difficult and personal assignment, when he’s given the task of finding and arresting his older brother, Robert, a former m ...more
The Escape starts off with a Robert Puller escaping from prison. A maneuver that should have been impossible, but it seems that somehow everything that shouldn't be impossible to ...more
The Escape follows John Puller's older brother Robert Puller, who had been in a Maximum Security Prison for 2 years for high treason, and he escapes during a confusion and is now on the run, wi ...more
David Baldacci has for quite a few years been one of my favourites, especially with his two great characters, Will Robie and also John Puller the star of this great book.
Puller's equally virile and handsome older brother, Robert, an Air Force major, is serving time in the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks in Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, following his conviction on char ...more
This one, though, has a major twist; Puller's genius older brother, Rob ...more
Robert Puller escapes mysteriously from prison and his brother, John Puller, is tasked with bringing him in. There is enough clandestine stuff going on to make your average conspiracy t ...more
John Puller has just returned from an assignment & is asked to look into a case involving his older brother Robert who escapes from a high security prison there is also an unidentified body found in his cell.
general Daughtrey comes into the search & uncovers that Robert has been giving away secrets to the Russians one by one witnesses ...more
The best thing about his stories is the depth. He takes his time to set the stage without rushing or using shortcuts. He also sets a fast pace and has plenty of action. I was pulled into this book from the very beginning. There were creative twists that kept me interested. I also liked the introduction to the ...more
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Apparently this is book 3 in the John Puller series, but it was perfect as a standalone. Sometimes when you jump into the middle of a series, you feel like an outsider, or like you're missing something. I was never lost and felt connected and invested in the characters. This book also had the right amount of action for me. Nothing got too graphic, but nothing too dark or tortu ...more
I enjoy a lot of Baldacci's books, some are really good, some OK and some are pretty ordinary. He is such a prolific writer I excuse him for writing books I DNF'd because there are so many I thought were worth four stars and subject to check, I may have given him a couple of hard-to-earn fives! ...more
I have finally read the third novel in the series, and I'd say it would be best enjoyed with knowledge of the previous two. True to form and prior novels, John Puller returns as highly dedicated and honourable to a fault. He lands up investigating his brother's incarceration in this instalment. The plot is interesting with multiple lines of investigation, and there is character development and closure.
A reasonably long read but satisfying in its conclusion ...more
Just kidding, at least about the "end of review" part.
In the third installment of the Puller series, John Puller’s older brother escapes from the maximum security wing of Fort Leavenworth's military prison. Robert Puller, once a rising star in the Department of Defense and the intelligence community, had been convicted of treason and national security crimes. The break-out makes him the most wanted man in the country.
In an unusual move, shadowy figures within the g ...more
I recently read the second installment in this series and I really enjoyed it - it has been one of my favorite reads this year. I was thus in a hurry to read Escape and the blurb sounded extremely promising. John Puller's brother has been mentioned many times in the two previous books and I was curious to finally find out more about him and his situation.
While Baldacci's books are usually extremely fast-paced, this one started out a little bit slower. There was of course a lot of action ...more
Enjoy and Be Blessed.
If you want a nice three book action thriller set John Puller wont disappoint i do recommend reading them from the start although The escape is a very good stand alone read
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David published his first novel, Absolute Power, in 1996; the feature ...more