I really enjoyed this book. Lots of action, lots of twists and turns. And no way to know "who done it" until the end.
We've waited ages for the latest Pendergast/D'Agosta book and this one didn't quite make it out of the ballpark. There was all the parts we love (Pendergast's quirky/mysterious way of getting things done, fantastic religious beliefs, and the language of author Child's of descriptions). However, this book brooded on D'Agosta inability to deal with the situations. He bumbled about and seemed like an irritant as opposed to real help in finding clues. I'll stay a fan of the Penderagast/D'Agosta series. I will just have to wait for the next book to satisfy my hunger.
This book was not as good as the other Prendergast/D'Agosta books. Some of the scenes were a little farfetched. Overall it wasn't a bad book.
A weird book...have read several other books by authors and like the characters, but this was just odd. It was just a little too "out there" for my taste. Unfortunately,once I start,I have to read to conclusion.
reasonably complex plot, but a bit disappointing at the end....