City of Endless Night - Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child

City of Endless Night

By Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child

  • Release Date: 2018-01-16
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
City of Endless Night book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 282 Ratings)

City of Endless Night Douglas Preston & Lincoln Child Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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User reviews about this book

  • Kam557

    3
    By KAM Computer
    Great thriller as always, but way too short. Would rather wait than be given such a tease.
  • Red Hot Page Turner

    5
    By zippie123
    Been waiting for the next Pendergast book. Knew it would be good as usual but this is truly the best so far!! Glad I’m retired now because as often said, “ a real page turner, couldn’t put it down “, to its spectacular end .....
  • Not worthy to be Called a Pendergast novel

    2
    By Mikbon
    I love the Pendergast novels, have read them all, some twice, but this was not one. It is strictly a police procedural with Agent Pendergast as a minor character who doesn’t even act like himself when he does appear. Where is the magic, the surreal mystery that has been the center of these novels. To say I was disappointed is an understatement and my husband, also a loyal fan, agrees.
  • Disappointing

    3
    By Bob-tx
    Look forward to the books in this series, but this one was a disappointment. Pendergast seemed MIA for most of the book. The Bonfire plot line seemed totally disconnected from the story. The epilogue went off on a tangent disconnected from the rest of the book. Very disjointed, out of character for this series.
  • City of endless night

    1
    By NeuseSailor
    A huge disappointment. No mystery. No interesting learning to be had. In short, perhaps Pendergast should slither back to New Orleans for a well earned retirement.
  • Not up to par

    3
    By SleepnSeattle
    I have loved reading Preston and Child’s books from the beginning. And, yes, a particular fan of Aloysius Pendergast. This book was disappointing in that it was shallow. With these two authors talent, together, and independently, felt the story was written in their sleep. More like a Lee Child’s Jack Reacher than the genuine Pendergast. Gave 3 stars out of respect.
  • Another great read!

    5
    By Bobgobblin
    I love these books! I always have them finished within 4 days because I can’t put them down. Can’t wait for the next one to come out.
  • City of Endless Night

    3
    By CYM fan
    Not one of their best efforts.

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