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Ippi. like so many excellent writers Mr Baldacci seems to gradually movetowards the great novel with depressing character analysis and endless description of emotions using several pages of dirge where in earlier writing he would have achieved much in a few sharp paragraphs Such was the case in the first part of this book and I almost gave up In fact I left it for some time and returned to it to find that all of his earlier intrigue and pace was thereand it was indeed a most interesting plot well executed absorbing and enjoyable a thoroughly good read The Moe Manifesto of emotions using several pages Positive Church in a Negative World of dirge where in earlier writing he would have achieved much in a few sharp paragraphs Such was the case in the first part Prince Philip Revealed of this book and I almost gave up In fact I left it for some time and returned to it to find that all Toad of Toad Hall of his earlier intrigue and pace was thereand it was indeed a most interesting plot well executed absorbing and enjoyable a thoroughly good read

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117. I loved the previous four books in the memory man series To me this 5th book was a disappointment and not up to the usual Baldacci writing Amos is back in his hometown of Ohio to visit his wife and daughter s graves Once his partner Jamison leaves to return to the FBI it is Amos and his old police partner trying to figure out a crime committed 10 years ago The book added no new depth to the memory man even when his friend Melvin Mars showed up I felt he was very shallow and did not add much to the story Much of the story line was spent summarizing Amos Decker what happened to him and his family and why he is the way he is I suppose that is necessary for the reader who is reading the memory man for the first time but I found it distracting The storyline itself felt formula driven and so similar to the 4th book all about what happened in Baronville which was a great story that this 5th book seemed dull and repetitive to me Bottom line I could have skipped reading this story and not felt that I missed something important in the memory man s life I will look forward to reading Baldacci s next book in this series and hope that he steps us the storyline

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6 sh. This is one of Baldacci s besttorn from the headlines of our news in the last 2 years I can t remember the exact number but the govt has given a huge number of foreign spies and assets in our country these days It certainly is food for thought

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  • REDEMPTION (191 GRAND)
  • By BALDACCI DAVID
  • English
  • 01 June 2019
  • 1509874402

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David Baldacci has been writing since childhood when his mother gave him a lined notebook in which to write down his stories Much later when David thanked her for being the spark that ignited his writing career she revealed that shed given him the notebook to keep him uiet uot;because every mom needs a break now and thenuot; David published his first novel ABSOLUTE POWER in 1996 A feature film followed with Clint Eastwood as its director and star In total David has published 41 novels for adults; all have been national and international bestsellers and several have been adapted for film and television His novels have been translated into over 45 languages and sold in than 80 countries with 150 million copies sold worldwide David has also published seven novels for younger readers David received his Bachelors degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and his law degree from the University of Virginia School of Law after which he practiced law in Washington DC David is also the cofounder along with his wife of the Wish You Well Foundation a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting literacy efforts across the United States David and his family live in Virginia



11 thoughts on “ REDEMPTION (191 GRAND)

  1. says:

    Like so many readers I have enjoyed the way author David Baldacci has crafted adventures around Detective Amos Decker. Now with REDEMPTION we are able to see him deal with something that is not really part of his profile: the possibility of b

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this latest outing in the Amos Decker series. I wasn't all that crazy about the last book in this series but this one than lived up to my expectations. There were a couple of clues in the book I sussed out before Decker (having to do with a print left behind at an old crime scene and something fishy about a diner that featur

  3. says:

    I loved the previous four books in the memory man series. To me, this 5th book was a disappointment and not up to the usual Baldacci writing. Am

  4. says:

    Amos Decker is back in another solid offering from Baldacci. Many twists of plot with interesting villains to c

  5. says:

    If you haven’t yet delved into the world of Memory Man’s main character, Amos Decker, you’re missing out! While each novel can be read as a standalone, for me it worked better to read from the first book to date. I enjoyed se

  6. says:

    This is one of Baldacci's best.torn from the headlines of our news in the last 2 years. I can't remember the exact number, but, the govt. has given a huge number of foreign spies and assets in our country these days. It certainly is f

  7. says:

    Like most books you're currently reading this is the best David Baldacci book I have read, the character Amos Decker is fascinating with his insights and success' partly due to hiss 'condition'. He needs his infallible memory for this tale a

  8. says:

    like so many excellent writers, Mr Baldacci seems to gradually movetowards "the great novel" with depressing character analysis and endless description of emotions – using several pages of dirge, where, in earlier writing, he would have achieved much , in a few sharp paragraphs.
    Such was the case in the first part of this book and I almost gave up. In fact I left it for some time and returned to it– to find that all of hi

  9. says:

    I just could not get into this at all
    Long winded. Characters who are two dimensional. I struggled through to the end but it was a painful journey. One is tempted with a glimpse of a character's problem/situation which is then ignored for the rest of the book
    Improbable ending as well. I must remember not to buy the next one.

    L

  10. says:

    Looked forward to starting the new book.Such brilliant writing.not disappointed kept you in your toes really enjoyed redemption just sorry I've finished it thank you

  11. says:

    I bought this because of the good reviews (note to self don't believe all the reviews) but it so disappointed. The principal character Decker with memory super powers and a friend who turns up to help him in a complex investigation is frankly beyond belief even for a novel. Over complicated with the most unlikely scenarios and outcomes.
    Th

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