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Read & Download Ï Dance of Death í PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ´ ❮BOOKS❯ ⚣ Dance of Death Author Douglas Preston – Following the New York Times bestselling Brimstone Preston's and Child's DANCE OF DEATH pits Agent Pendergast–praised by Publisher's Weekly as a ruthless dHim are viciously murdered and he is framed Pendergast becomes a fugitive trusting only his old friend NYPD Lieutenant Vincent D'Agos. A very good read filled with lots of action and plenty of twists and turns This one featured the largest ensemble yet of the series’ recurring charactersI particularly like Diogenes’ character and the Joker Batman complex he has with his brother Talk about a fiction villainThe whole book I thought that he had Aloysius’ number but man oh man Pendergast is one crafty protagonist Time to put a ribbon on this case

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Weekly as a ruthless descendant of Holmes–against his most personal and dangerous foe yet his brother Diogenes When people close to. I have been a fan of Agent Pendergast ever since I read the first novel in this series in 1995 when it was first published At the time I remember I enjoyed Relic because Pendergast was awesomely different and the story thrillingly gruesome Then life got extraordinarily busy for mekids a divorce years as a single mom remarriage etc etcyou knowhard core adultingand I lost track of this series for a long time Fast forward about 10 yearsonly one child left at homeand time on my handsI re discovered my love of books a couple years ago And I fondly remembered Pendergast There are lot books in the series now so I'm enjoying catching up with what Preston Childs have been up to since I've been away My library offers most of the series on audiobook through OverDrive so I listen off and on during the day Pendergast solves some of his most thrilling cases while I'm driving the car washing dishes or folding laundry Dance of Death was an enjoyable listen Agent Pendergast's insane brother Diogenes is seeking violent revenge against his sibling Diogenes is systematically murdering everyone that Pendergast cares about One at a time In gruesome ways He wants his brother to suffer Pendergast knows that the killings aren't Diogenes main focus though The deaths are just a smoke screen to keep Pendergast busy while Diogenes pulls off a crime he's been planning for than 20 years Can Pendergast save the people he loves the mostand still prevent Diogenes from succeeding with his criminal plansThe story was a bit melodramatic in placesand the criminally insane mastermind is a plot trope of long standing But I still found this story exciting interesting and suspenseful I was however incredibly disappointed to discover that this audiobook version is heavily abridged At 65 hours it is about 10 hours shorter than an unabridged version I looked up online How can you glean 10 hours of narration time out of a Pendergast book and not have a tremendous effect on the story I did enjoy this audio bookbut now I seriously wonder how much and what I missed by listening to an abridged version Rene Auberjonois is an outstanding narrator He gives Pendergast just the right tone and accent in my opinion His reading pace and tone is even and easy to understand I have partial hearing loss and have no problem understanding Auberjoinois The only thing that I didn't like about this version is the huge amount of story that must have been removed to whittle it down to 65 hours The fact that the company is called Hatchette Audio and they axed out half of the book made me laugh I am listening to another book in this series by the same company also abridged and then I'm going to go back to reading the novels rather than audio versions unless unabridged I want the full Pendergastnot the axed version I would give the Pendergast story a strong 4 star rating on its own merits But I'm dipping my ranking down to 3 stars on this onejust because 10 hours missing from a story is a lot of missing narrative Boo Hiss in honor of the slightly melodramatic storyline in this book Dance of Death is book 8 in the Agent Pendergast series It's the middle book in the trilogy within the series that centers around Diogenes There are 16 books in the Pendergast series currently with the 17th City of Endless Night coming out in January 2018 For info on Preston Childs check out their author website here I'm going to listen to the last Diogenes book in abridged form since I've already started the audiobookbut then going back to reading the novels for the rest of the series

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Dance of DeathFollowing the New York Times bestselling Brimstone Preston's and Child's DANCE OF DEATH pits Agent Pendergast–praised by Publisher's. Keep the Pendergast coming 5 starsI cannot begin to even explain the goodness that is this book series The story lines are creative and complex it’s like watching the world’s most interesting puzzle being put together every time I read one of these I am tempted to plow right through the whole series right now but then I won’t have any leftIf you like action mysteries and you have not read any of these books you are doing yourself a disservice Be sure to read them in order though There is NO WAY you could fully enjoy this book if you do not have the full story from the previous entries I fully expect all of you to immediately upon finishing reading this review to go out and get a copy of Relic