Book Reviews of The Next to Die

The Next to Die
The Next to Die
Author: Kevin O'Brien
ISBN-13: 9780786012374
ISBN-10: 0786012374
Publication Date: 5/1/2001
Pages: 413
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.

3.8 stars, based on 37 ratings
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Everyone has something to hide. The virile, all-American husband. The brainy golden girl. The happily wed bi-coastal couple. Someone is watching. Someone who has uncoverd their darkest secrets. Someone who is hell-bent on making them pay for their sins...

A real page turner for me. Good author.
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This one is a twister. I loved the plot. Good suspense.
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I really enjoy the way this author writes. Keeps you guessing until the last page!!!!
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Great book! I enjoyed from start to finish!
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Good read! Lots of twists and turns.
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Another good book by O'Brien. Not my favorite of his but still good.
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Like all of his other books, this one is very hard to put down once you get all of the characters in place. We have an extremist (and I mean extremist!) group that is out to rid the world of all of what they perceive as deviates.

It's a very fast paced book with a lot going on. I can get through one of Kevin O'Brien's books in a couple of days! I want to make them last, I just can't help myself:)
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A super book; I look forward to reading all his other booka.
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Fast paced and engaging
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I've read a lot of O'Brien's books but this one is nothing but a piece of trash, I would compare it to a Joan Collins Hollywood setting piece of trash, I got through about 150 pages and it was so slowing moving and here is a spoiler---it is all about the gay community among the elite Hollywood people, I did not find this an engaging story in any way and if it takes over half a book to get anywhere then it just isn't worth the time.
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Keeps you guessing to the very lasy page ....