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Dos livros que já li até agora (1 a 5), este não é tão interessante e instigante quanto os demais. No entanto, para quem acompanha desde o começo a série, é parte fundamental para entender a trama dos principais personagens. Vale a leitura!
I could never give any of these books anything less. Another edge of your seat read. The writing is outstanding. There were pages I didn’t want to turn because I was so anxious; it’s like you’re right there in the bloomin story, feeling the pain and then the euphoria. I LOVE Will Trent and this was a beautiful chapter in his tortured life. I don’t know why I have other books on my reading list - Karin Slaughter books are the only ones I want to read right now.
For crime novels, I would expect death, perhaps gruesome, and then a string of police procedures, and mostly with a psychological reason to commit the crime. And at the end, throw in a stunning twist to the discovery of the culprit.
This has brought crime stories to another emotional height. I like it. It is like watching Jason Bourne with the sensitivity of Jack and Rose in Titanic.
There are a few characters that grow with the series. From book 1, you will watch the growth of Will and Faith, the two protagonists-detectives, with their boss - Amanda, and the indomitable coroner, Sara.
In this Book 5, the author introduced us to Faith’s mother, Evelyn, who is a retired celebrated copper. That’s where the story started, with the abduction of Evelyn.
It is the relationship between mother and daughter, between Amanda and Evelyn who were colleagues and between Will and Sara that the author spent innumerable number of pages to portray the human-ness of the characters. No wonder this book is about 500 pages so it can deal with the development of the characters.
I think I have the whole series in my Kindle and I must say this author is in my favorite reading list.
Continuing the story of damaged Will Trent and the women in his life. Love the fast pace and the never ending twists and turns of the whodunnit murder story. Karin don’t be persuaded to sell the film rights - the books are fantastic! Don’t spoil it for your readers. Can be read as a stand alone but much more fun to read them all in order
Will Trent is a brilliant character. Orphaned and damaged as a child he beat the odds and became a GBI investigator. He has Amanda as a boss, Faith as a partner, Angie as a disappearing wife and... Sara who he can’t quite believe wants him in her life. With her he has a chance to be happy. But can he trust himself not to mess up?
Another amazing read the Will Trent Series is so good i want them to last forever the detail in the writing is just out of this world the torture of Evelyn was so graphic but so good to read how does anybody survive that? I'm so glad will is with Sara at last, hope it does last.
I have read every book of hers in chronological order which was a blessing. I feel I know all the characters well and enjoy their lives' developments as time goes by. In this chapter, we have weird cop Will Trent, his nasty boss Amanda and Will's partner, Sarah the Doctor, Trent's crazy wife and then we meet some more relatives of one of these....Then the story starts! This is not the usual devious sexual torture / crimes we have enjoyed in the past reads, but a more down to earth violent drug related scenario. I won't say more. Don't get me wrong, it is a big change but I did miss the darker plots that some of her books brought, some were so dark& sick that I never truly managed to forget them, which is a sign of a great book in my opinion. But the characters are so well developed with some nice hot surprises, that I would go anywhere with them, in the dark even!
This is just another of those books that I can't seem to put down (even though I bought it on Kindle). Karin Slaughter has once again produced something gripping and up-beat that left me hanging onto the edge of my seat, and I wouldn't have wanted it any other way.
While I love Slaughter's works, admittedly the only ones I read are the ones with Will Trent and Faith Mitchell as the main characters - it's not that I don't like Sara as a character (as a protagonist, even), but I was brought into Slaughter's series with Trent and Mitchell and I'd rather it stay that way. Saying that though, this book has combined all three characters and, as an added bonus, has given us quite a large helping of Amanda Wagner, something I thoroughly enjoyed.
New-comers to Slaughter's work won't be disappointed with this read, and those of you, like me, who just keep coming back for more will find themselves thinking the same. However, Genesis (by Slaughter) is still the #1 for me, but I recommend this book to anybody who's looking for a fantastic read.
KS is a wonderful author, I find her books easy to follow in spite of the enormous amount of information thrown at the reader. Will Trent is a great series, but as usual the ending of her books can be cliff edge, and by that I mean you are left wondering what’s going to happen or in fact in some aspects what actually did happen.