Book Summary of The Whisperers
Details of Book: The Whisperers (BSID:19674)
|Number of Pages||544|
|Dimensions||7.01 x 4.37 x 1.57 inches|
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Reading Connollyâ??s latest Parker novel was disappointing and frustrating. Every time Connolly introduces another character, he feels the need to give the character's back-story before returning to the real plot. So many tangents eventually gets annoying. Furthermore, itâ??s almost as if heâ??s afraid...
John Connollyâ??s The Whisperers was a well-written thriller. The plot was good, though not entirely unpredictable. It is a book, well along in a series. However it was able to stand on its own. I listened to this book on the way to and from work. The reader was quite good. I enjoyed the various vo...
Soldiers newly returned from Iraq are committing suicide. The father of Damien Patchett hires Charlie to find out the truth behind his sonâ??s â??allegedâ? suicide. Bennett Patchett doesnâ??t trust Joel Tobias who served with Damien in Iraq. Bennett is fond of a former employee who has taken up with Joe...
It took me ages to finish this book, not because it was a particularly demanding read, far from it, but because I've been working late every evening for a while now. As such, it was a bit of a disjointed experience, but an enjoyable one. This is the first Charlie Parker I've read, even though it...
"The Whisperers" is a highly unusual mystery/thrille, but will not be news to John Connolly fans. If you have not read John Connolly before you will find that he writes an excellent mystery, however, one must be willing to also accept a little of the occult, the macabre, and the supernatural in h...
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