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If you really like the complexities and involvement of a plot to give you pleasure in your reading, then steer you attention towards fully fledged novels. This would not be for you. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. This is an extremely disappointing book. I also bought the following books in the series on the good reputation of the editors, and found multiple repetitious content as well as below standard writing. Lee child's name should not be associated with this material.
This collection did not rate as high with me as the anthologies Thriller and Thriller 2. The majority were quite lackluster given the caliber of writers assembled. It seems they dusted off mediocre efforts and to be truthful there is not one entry where I was blown away.
I like aspects of some of the stories like the bodyguard profession in Child's contribution but the story itself did not satisfy. And the revenge scenario with an 'ever-so-slight twist' became common by the fifth tale resulting in repetitive plots. I felt like it was cashing in on the success and demand from previous collections without providing the same level of content. Still I do not want to absolutely beat up on it - there are a number of stories here that other readers may enjoy and it could be a fine companion on a plane or beach as a breezy read.
I'm not sure where the problem arose but there was a lot of grammatical and missing word mistakes throughout. I don't know if it was original editing or when it was digitally produced for Kindle, but it was enough to be noticeable. And many of the stories made no sense there was no beginning and no end just a bunch of swirling twists that made no sense. The only that was any good was the one by Lee Child. One was really creepy. My suspicion is the authors did not have time to develop their characters. This was an exciting journey, every story grabbed me and held me.
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