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3.80  ·  Rating details ·  10 ratings  ·  4 reviews
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A rookie FBI agent in dangerous, uncharted territory.
An extraordinary hero for the ages.

Odessa Hardwicke's life is derailed when she's forced to turn her gun on
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Expected publication: June 23rd 2020 by Grand Central Publishing
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Chelsea Humphrey
Mar 11, 2020 marked it as dnf-lost-interest  ·  review of another edition
DNF @ pg. 31.

All thoughts included are based off of the advanced review copy I received, and are subject to change by the final printing of the book.

To sum it up, based off of the authors' note to the reader at the beginning that felt like they were trying to convince said reader that their character wasn't a plagiarized entity, to the activity of a white person being lynched on page 31, it's safe to say this book made me feel icky. If you'd like to see more on the comparison of characters,
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Eileen
Was super excited to receive an ARC but was so disappointed by the time I finished it. The character John Silence is a total ripoff of Pendergast from the Pendergast Series by Preston/Child -looks, clothing, demeanor. Silence even drives the same car and lives in the same building as Pendergast. Total RIPOFF. Two authors of this caliber could surely have created an original character. The only character I liked was Solomon-the 82yo cantankerous ex-FBI agent. I just feel like there could have ...more
Matthew Galloway
Mar 25, 2020 rated it did not like it
Im giving up on this one halfway through. The beginning was more or less interesting, but I mostly wanted to continue because this is the second book Ive come across that is releasing this year and inspired by Algernon Blackwood. I thought it would be an interesting comparison. However, the pacing was odd and just got worse once John Silence finally showed up. And then we got to talking about other religions and... its just not very culturally sensitive. ...more
Danny Willison
Jan 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Currently reading a prerelease, and am loving every page. It is great to see these 2 working together after writing the strain series.
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