[PDF] ✓ Fever Dream (Pendergast, #10) ✫ Douglas Preston – Pccare247.us

Fever Dream (Pendergast, #10) Yesterday, Special Agent Pendergast Still Mourned The Loss Of His Beloved Wife, Helen, Who Died In A Tragic Accident In Africa Twelve Years Ago Today, He Discovers She Was Murdered Tomorrow, He Will Learn Her Most Guarded Secrets, Leaving Him To Wonder Who Was The Woman I Married Why Was She Murdered And, Above All Who Murdered Her FEVER DREAM Revenge Is Not Sweet It Is Essential.

[PDF] ✓ Fever Dream (Pendergast, #10)  ✫ Douglas Preston – Pccare247.us
  • Hardcover
  • 405 pages
  • Fever Dream (Pendergast, #10)
  • Douglas Preston
  • English
  • 20 April 2017
  • 0446554960

    10 thoughts on “[PDF] ✓ Fever Dream (Pendergast, #10) ✫ Douglas Preston – Pccare247.us


  1. says:

    I have been in the habit lately of using gifs in my reviews, so it is likely that you will see some here.Oh, wait I feel one coming on this was me this entire book Holy cow This book was a rush I thought things were intense and suspenseful in previous Preston and Child books, but they raised the bar and way outdid themselves I have no clue how they fit so much action, mystery, suspense and general bad ass ery into one book Here is a quick summary in gifs Finally if only Antonio Banderas I have been in the habit lately of using gifs in my reviews, so it is likely that you will see some here.Oh, wait I feel one coming on this was me this entire book Holy cow This book was a rush I thought things were intense and suspenseful in previous Preston and Child books, but they raised the...


  2. says:

    So far, this book is my favorite in the Agent Pendergast series Fever Dream is the 10th book in the 16 book series A 17th book, City of Endless Night, is coming out in 2018 Pendergast s wife, Helen, died 12 years before during a safari in Africa She was attacked and killed by a lion While in New Orleans at his family s home, Pendergast discovers evidence that Helen s death was not an accident It was murder Immediately he knows he must investigate, identify Helen s killer, and get justice So far, this book is my favorite in the Agent Pendergast series Fever Dream is the 10th book in the 16 book series A 17th book, City of Endless Night, is coming out in 2018 Pendergast s wife, Helen, died 12 years before during a safari in Africa She ...


  3. says:

    Fantastic A different setting for this story and Laura Hayward and Pendergast are in the driving seat Most of the action takes place in the South this time and one of the many things Preston and Child s do very well is setting Tons of action and a cliff hange...


  4. says:

    Fever Dream could have been a good book The central premise that Pendergast finds out his dead wife was murdered, seeks revenge on her killers, and goes on to discover secrets she kept from him is intriguing, and there are a few good set pieces, such as a car chase through a Louisiana swamp And Preston Child aren t terrible authors I enjoyed the two Diogenes fe...


  5. says:

    Fever Dream is a great whodunnit Pendergast finds out that his wife was murdered rather than being killed in a hunting accident So he gets on the trail along with D Agosta.This book has all the trademarks of a good Pendergast story an intriguing mystery, a new antagonist, some great action, subtle humour and a deep look into Pendergast s background Specifically, I liked how Pendergast shows the same characteristics as Diogenes towards the climax of the book.I am looking forward to the next Fever Dream is a great whodunnit Pendergast finds out that his wife was murdered rather than being killed in a hunting accident So he gets on the trail along with D Agos...


  6. says:

    Ahhhh Curse these authors I was up past dawn reading this book, slept for a few hours, and after bolting awake, made some coffee and got back to reading And I won t know the final end of this plot line until the next book, so will have to wait another year at least Not really a spoiler so much, since the authors do this with like 90% of the Pendergast series Part of why these books are so clever and fiendishly addictive is because the reader kibitzes for most of it I m not going to reveal Ahhhh Curse these authors I was up past dawn reading this book, slept for a few hours, and after bolting awake, made some coffee and got back to reading And I won t know the final end of this plot line until the next book, so will have to wait another year at least Not really a spoiler so much, since the authors do this with like 90% of the Pendergast series Part of why these books are so clever and fiendishly addictive is because the reader kibitzes for most of it I m not going to reveal Villain 1, but the authors do fairly early on Very few suspense novels or movies do this, which is strange because it s so effective Knowing something that the protagonists do not and seeing how they re going to fall into a trap, I think heightens things rather than just springing cheap surprises on the reader Also because I m so distracted with information...


  7. says:

    If you want to get in the full spirit of this review the background music should be a Kidz Bop version ofOopsI Did It Again1 First response Outrageous, bloody, awful bloody awful too but still somehow entertaining The Audubon plot and bio entrepreneurship elements are fascinating Found myself realizing how fortunate I have been to be able to view Audubon s double elephant folio at the Cal Academy library 2 Plot elements somehow couldn t beridiculous.3 OTT Example v If you want to get in the full spirit of this review the background music should be a Kidz Bop version ofOopsI Did It Again1 First response Outrageous, bloody, awful bloody awful too but still somehow entertaining The Audubon plot and bio entrepreneurship elements are fascinating Found myself realizing how fortunate I have been to be able to view Audubon s double elephant folio at the Cal Academy library 2 Plot elements somehow couldn t beridiculous.3 OTT Example view spoiler The scene with the bad ole fat southern guy ripping open the female officer s blouse and bra with the tip of a hunting knife so herbreasts swung freeto the delight of the other assembled good ole boys b4 he got his turnabout is fair play come uppance hide spoiler WTF 4 If it is possible, this got evenover the top before it finally drew to its false cliff hanging conclusion NEVER AGAIN ARRRGGGH.5 I hate this audio...


  8. says:

    I have been following the Pendergast series of books since Relic, published in 1995 Since then, ninebooks with a tenth on the way have been published featuring the clever and eccentric FBI agent Like Arthur Conan Doyle before them, Lincoln Child and Douglas Preston have created in FBI Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast a character that elevates any plot in which he might feature and, similarly, enlivens the reading experience There isthan a little dose of the Holmsian in Penderga I have been following the Pendergast series of books since Relic, published in 1995 Since then, ninebooks with a tenth on the way have been published featuring the clever and eccentric FBI agent Like Arthur Conan Doyle before them, Lincoln Child and Douglas Preston have created in FBI Specia...


  9. says:

    You know how you buy a bag of Chee Tos And you sit down, open the bag and absently eat a handful, and even as you re thinking, Yeah, that was probably enough of that, your hand is already snaking back into the bag And then the next thing you know the ...


  10. says:

    Loved it Such a super suspenseful book While it was over 400 pages, it kept you enthralled throughout with Agent Pendergast and his team solving another mystery Makes one want to go back and read the entire series.

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