Dance of Death (Pendergast, #6; Diogenes, #2) Dance of Death discussion


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Slow Start, Great Ending

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Patricia Marcello I was a bit disappointed in this book win the early chapters. But I think it was because I was looking for Pendergast, whom I totally love, and he was in prison without much participation.

Things didn't start heating up until they began planning. I won't go into it here to spoil the plot, but once Pendergast becomes prominent, it really heats up.

It's not that I was bored by the beginning, not at all. But I have to say that I hated for this book to end.

When I hate for a book to end, it's a good one.


message 2: by Ann (new) - rated it 4 stars

Ann I agree. The other characters may carry the bulk of the story but until Agent Pendergast is free and working with them, the story just plods along.


Carl He is such a quirky character with an air of mystery about him.
Great stories!


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