Updated: Aug 19, 2019
I liked this quick read (a few hours) – really suitable for say air travel. The story is not overly complex, actually not much of a mystery (and it is not a detective story either), but the characters are interesting. Perhaps there is an overreliance on miracle escapes, although they are a natural progression of everyone making mistakes that puts them in jeopardy to begin with. The story moves at a very fast pace, although it moves mainly by revelation – everyone takes the time to explain the how and why. It does wrap things up a bit too neatly at the end.
I would recommend this if you want to read something without the need for in-depth focus and analysis and want to pass the time with some interesting characters.
Richard B. on Like Lions by Brian Panowich