None of its prisoners dream of escaping. Army, Puller is the man they call to investigate the toughest crimes facing the nation. He takes his time to set the stage without rushing or using shortcuts. As far as police procedurals go, the Bosch series by Michael Connelly is better. Perhaps something to investigate in the years to come, not that he is not busy enough. His inexplicable escape from prison makes him the most wanted criminal in the country. His jaw was sharply cut and his blue eyes were alert and penetrating, which helped to gain the trust of a judge or jury.
But Puller quickly discovers that his brother is pursued by others who don't want him to survive. Trust me, I started with the book that comes after this one and then read the first in the series. I must say that I preferred the second installment in the series - it has been a little more breath-taking and catchy than this one, but it has still been an amazing read. At the end it left me wanting more, and I have a feeling it's due for a sequel. These things are not critical to enjoying the thrill ride, but the ending is a little less satisfying due to this lack of understanding.
That is, we are doing the same thing as Google, only within the framework of one subject. I definitely love this series as each book gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling. It was great to get all the background of John's brother and I really enjoyed getting to know him as a central character. In other words I thought there was a little too much book for the story involved. None of its prisoners dream of escaping.
It might seem straightforward, but the final reveal will surprise even hardcore thriller junkies. In his blockbuster thrillers Zero Day and The Forgotten, he enthralled readers with John Puller. Baldacci has a golden touch as it relates to his thriller novels. As to the characters relationship with each other, I loved the bond between the Puller brothers and their father. For me the plots were generally 1 How Robert Puller escaped and 2 Proving the innocence of Robert Puller. He is joined by spy sleuth Veronica Knox forming an uneasy alliance, which is tested again and again by killings and treachery after treachery.
It read like a shameless Lee Child rip off, but was no less enjoyable for that. The Escape starts off with a Robert Puller escaping from prison. I was pulled into this book from the very beginning. Now he's on the run, and in disguise, and he's the military's number one target. It was still very catchy and I couldn't put this book down.
And this case puts John Puller in a place he thought he'd never be, on the other side of the law, where even his skills as an investigator, and his strength as a fighter, might not be enough to save him. Although John Puller learns of various events that have taken place throughout the book, we never really learn how it all started or why the central villain did everything that was alleged. David Baldacci is one of the world's most popular, widely read storytellers. Note: We cannot guarantee that every book is in the library. This will trigger a complete investigation of what, why, when and how.
We'll see how that works out for him in the future. David has also published six novels for younger readers. While John and his disgraced brother go at the case from different angles, another investigator also comes into play. For those who like Baldacci and haven't yet read The Escape, I'll just say this, you won't be disappointed! His works have been adapted for both feature film and television. The conspiracy itself, once uncovered, seems so idiotic.