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Quando anche un noto produttore discografico viene trovato bruciato vivo nel suo lussuoso appartamento, la situazione diviene incontrollabile: Kindle Editionpages. Published January 17th by Rizzoli first published August 3rd Pendergast 5Diogenes 1. Audie Award for Fiction, Abridged To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Dossier Brimstoneplease sign up. They just have Special Agent Pendergast as the main character.
Still Life is dosier different. Just a guy who was I love bbrimstone character. I’d love to meet him. He is so refined, but breaks out of his character in Still Life when he befriends an 18 yr old female who can’t stay out of trouble. Who blocked the door from the inside after the killer left? Jane Goldberg This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [Lucifer See all 3 questions about Dossier Brimstone…. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
There are not enough stars in the world for Preston and Child! Dark mystery and intrigue! Forces of good and evil collide! Satan come forth from hell to take the souls of sinners! Every chapter is interesting with a question answered or a new one raised. Every few pages, another cliffhanger.
Each challenge presented briimstone impossible to overcome. If you like mysteries, thrillers, horror, dark humor, crime drama, etc.
Basically if you like unstoppable excitement from page one that goes on for bo There are not enough stars in the world for Preston and Child! Basically if you like unstoppable excitement from page one that goes on for book after book, then you need the Pendergast series in your life.
View all 6 comments. Another great book in the Pendergast series! This book in the series, Brimstone starts off with a dossiier body found in a Long Island estate. The questions about the death seem to involve brjmstone forces with the smell of brimstone in the air and a hoofprint scorched into the floor. Did Satan really kill this man?!!
Well, read this book to find out. This book Another great book in the Pendergast series! I loved all the details of the city of Florence along with the art and history references.
Laura Hayward from Reliquary was also in the book. I really love brikstone character and hope to see more of her in the future! If you enjoy thrillers, horror or suspense, then this book and series is right up your wheelhouse! I highly recommend odssier
View all 7 comments. Never fear Pendergast is here! I enjoyed so much of this book: My only complaint is that they could have cut fifty or so pages, this was long.
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View all 12 comments. Oct 03, J. What can I say? Brimstone is the fifth fantastic read from the ingenious Preston and Child duo and it doesn’t disappoint. I thought that the book was simply fantastic and extremely delectable, and the moment I finished it I felt a deep hunger to pounce on the next, if I had the sixth book in my possession I have no doubt that I would be unable to leave it alone.
Meticulously researched, the novel travels from the streets of New Brimtsone into the lush and romantic Italy, where Pendergast meets with a nemesis so gran Brimstone is the fifth fantastic read from the ingenious Preston and Child duo and it doesn’t disappoint.
Meticulously researched, the novel travels from the streets of New York into the lush and romantic Italy, where Pendergast meets with a nemesis so grand, evil and intense that everyone has little doubt about it being the devil himself. I adore that these books have an aura of enigmatic and mystical proportions, anything is possible and everything somehow has an explanation.
The book is quite long but a lot of things happen and the chases, the intrigue and the clues take up a lot of time, making the entire story feel alive and throbbing with anticipation of what happens next. My dodsier literary crush, FBI Special Agent Aloysius Pendergast is fabulous as usual, with plenty of tricks dossiwr his sleeves literally and with his senses heightened to take on this hard challenge he takes charge at solving another unusual crime while risking his life.
When a famous art critic dies under strange circumstances Pendergast doesn’t tale long to start connecting fossier clues, they form into a cluster of horrifying secrets and involved more people who seem to die in similar fashion before anyone can get to them.
There’s a connection between the strange, rich people and the hellish ways in which they perished, but the closer they agent gets to the truth the more obstacles appear on his way, seems that not only is the devil out to get him but the mortals involved in protecting the secrets are as ruthless and vicious as they come.
His research takes him and former NYPD officer Vincent D’Agosta to monasteries, castles and catacombs of ancient Italians, where the secrets are gravely guarded and finding the truth is tougher than anyone could have expected. I adored the last hundred pages, the tale really took a life of it’s own and the ending was stunning, I am worried but hopeful, gah.
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I read this book a long time ago and really loved it then just as I loved again this time around. It grabs you xossier the throat and doesn’t let go till you get to the end. I had forgotten some of what happened in the book, but it slowly started coming back as I re-read it.
To me it was as thrilling the second time around. If you are not familiar with Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child or you are new to the horror genre, then you need to read these authors and especially their series I read this book a long time ago and really loved it then just as I loved again this time around. If you are not familiar with Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child or you are new to the horror genre, then you need to read these authors and especially their series on Pendergast as you will not be disappointed.
These authors know how to weave a story and pull you into their world! This book gets a five star rating! Probably my favorite of the Pendergast novels, since Pendergast and D’Agosta are reunited in their crime-solving efforts.
The two characters are at their best when they are playing off of one another. In some ways the novel is reminiscent of Thomas Harris’s Hannibal, however that’s likely just because they share a setting in Florence, Italy. Overall, it’s great fun, like all of Preston and Child’s books, and the cliffhanger ending is quite a nasty one.
It’s also the beginning of their “Diogenes Probably my favorite of the Pendergast novels, since Pendergast and D’Agosta are reunited in their crime-solving efforts. It’s also the beginning of their “Diogenes trilogy,” about Agent Pendergast’s estranged brother, and his insidious introduction is quite well done.
Diogenes is a dominating and attention-getting character, and Preston and Child are remarkably restrained in their utilization of him. He slides into the story arc like a snake, compounding the grim picture that the authors had already painted of the Pendergast clan.
The dullest spot in the book is the introduction of Lady Viola Maskelene, who is forcibly and ham-fistedly introduced as Pendergast’s love interest. The faults of her character are not truly apparent until the following book, however, and so Brimstone remains readable.
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The uncertain ending, though, makes me glad that I have started reading this book with a few of its sequels already published! Apparently, this is the first book of a trilogy within the series, which is a rather interesting convention within a series It is always nice to see familiar faces return!
This time Pendergast and a certain police officer friend of Italian descent ended up in Florence as people back in NYC were spontaneously combusting, the devil coming to reclaim souls, and predictions of the final apocalypse. I really enjoyed the banter between these two characters while they were abroad, not only because it was entertaining in and of itself, but also because it reminded me of some of the conversations between Benton Fraser and Ray Vecchio in my most fa This time Pendergast and a certain police officer friend of Italian descent ended up in Florence as people back in NYC were spontaneously combusting, the devil coming to reclaim souls, and predictions of the final apocalypse.
I really enjoyed the banter between these two characters while they were abroad, not only because it was entertaining in and of itself, but also because it reminded me of some of the conversations between Benton Fraser and Ray Vecchio in my most favorite TV series ever, Due South. Of course, lots of other events are happening in both Florence and back in NYC. I also appreciated the Edgar Allen Poe references that popped up. Daaaaaamn, shit’s about to hit the fan Pendergast ja D’Agosta ovat loistava parivaljakko.
Ich vergebe volle Punktzahl und eine dicke Leseempfehlung gibt’s obendrauf. Is it possible to be scared to death or become violently ill reading a book? If so, this one is liable to accomplish that. The 5th novel in the Perdergast series, this, out of the ones I have read thus far was probably the most insane, revolting and terrifying of the lot.