This is my first reading by this author and was pleasantly surprised. I loved the characters, plot and going back in history. I especially loved the chapter on Bram Stoker, I would love to see a stand alone book on that subject. I will now read all of her books in this series.
Oh my goodness Catherine Coulter
needs to stop co-writing with JT Ellison
I’m all for the Brit series, however, it’s so redundant and mindlessly detailed especially with the computer language the story could have been written in 300 pages in lieu of the 500+ pages of senseless details
Sorry but I give it only a one star
This is a book that is hard to put down. Really liked the characters and plot. Hope to see another one soon featuring them
Not up to Catherine Coulter standards.
Very dull and quite far fetched
Too much into fantasy
I try to pace myself, I really do when a new book in the series comes out! However, as usual, it was a page turner & I could barely put it down. Terrific as always with a little creep factor I wasn’t sure about in the beginning. Catherine Coulter never disappoints
Disappointed with the ebb and flow and back and forth. Not one of her better books. Maybe better for someone caught up in the cult world, but not for me who likes a good mystery.
Plot was gone. There was way to much running on in conversations. Meaningless dialogue.
One of Catherine Coulter’s best books. Love Nicholas and Mike..kept me in suspense most of the way. Hope she brings both characters back. Rosemarie Frutchey
judy - binghanton
Fast paced, exciting. Love Coulter, I always learn something during her books. Can’t wait for the next one!