I enjoyed 18 Seconds so much that I was certainly looking forward to Last Breath. Never mind. Last Breath has none of the freshness of 18 Seconds. Sherry Moore is depressed and not thinking well, which would be OK if it added to the plotline, but it does not, and the author simply keeps repeating the situation over and over (I'm trying not to put spoilers in here and may be too vague). The book is poorly edited, and poorly copy edited, with spelling errors and errors in grammar, and I think at one point the author used the wrong name for a character. I fell asleep reading it, very rare for me. I was most disappointed.
Not much to add to the already good description of the book. After my personal disappointment in the first Sherry Moore novel, "18 Seconds
" I'm glad to have given the series another try. I am not disappointed.
With friend John Payne out of the readers way, the author finally concentrates on a finespun thriller with no too much personal Sherry mumbo jumbo. Instead he embedded Sherry's life in the plot without much boredom.
God job and hopefully more to come !
I love the characters and really enjoyed the book!
Waste of my time reading this book ! Not as good as I thought it would be!
I agree with the review from Lester, this book was not at all like 18 seconds. The first book was a fresh idea- engaging and hard to put down, this one had some great ideas but the writing and editing was very poor. The third book in the series was much better. I guess authors have contracts to write a certain amount and sometimes they just miss the mark with books that are just "churned out".
A little better than the 1st book in this series.