Friday, October 7, 2011

Last Snow by Eric Van Lustbader

Eric Van Lustbader's thrillers are fast moving, intricate and exciting. Last Snow is no exception.

This is the second book to feature Jack McClure whose dyslexia makes it all but impossible for him to read texts, but very easy for him to read situations. Jack excels at putting three dimensional puzzles together, including solving real-world problems and fighting bad-guys across the globe.

In the previous book, Jack saved now president Edward Carson's daughter Alli. Alli doesn't trust anyone except Jack and follows him on a dangerous assignment from the president. Jack and Alli, along with a rogue Russian agent named Annika, journey across Russian and the entire globe solving the murder of an American senator.

This book features non-stop action, but includes some enjoyable character development. All in all, it is a great escape, tailor made for listening to on boring car trips.

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