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review Dance of Death Ñ eBook or Kindle ePUB Í [Reading] ➷ Dance of Death Author Douglas Preston – Insolpro.co.uk Following the New York Times bestselling Brimstone Preston's and Child's DANCE OF DEATH pits Agent Pendergast–praised by Publisher's Weekly as a ruthless descendant of Holmes–against his most pers Following Him are viciously murdered and he is framed Pendergast becomes a fugitive trusting only his old friend NYPD Lieutenant Vincent D'Agos. This second book of a trilogy is very goodA series of bizarre murders puts Agent Pendergast on the case It turns out his own brother a sick twisted criminal genius is up to something He's killing people Pendergast knows in spectacular ways What is he really up to besides punishing PendergastA real page turner very exciting

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Weekly as a ruthless descendant of Holmes–against his most personal and dangerous foe yet his brother Diogenes When people close to. Another great and exciting adventure with Pendergast and crew The action was just nonstop in this bookOf course this one ends with a cliffhanger Looking forward to getting to the next book in the Diogenes series

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Dance of DeathFollowing the New York Times bestselling Brimstone Preston's and Child's DANCE OF DEATH pits Agent Pendergast–praised by Publisher's. The idea of an 'evil genius' Supervillain disappearing from the face of the earth to plot and scheme and plan the ultimate crime seems laughable and stereotypical on so many levels at first The fact that he is the brother of the protagonist enhances this impression The thing is however that there's nothing laughable about the way he goes about it Dance of Death opens with a classroom discussion of The Waste Land by TS Eliot during which an unflinchingly gruesome and disturbing death takes place This enforces what we've already known since Brimstone that this is going to be one hell of a wild rideThe events depicted here come as no great surprise We've known about Diogenes and the Pendergast 'curse' if you will for some time now We also know how it ends don't we I mean come on this is an Agent Pendergast novel after all Despite all this the book remains an edgy and suspenseful read It is obvious that it is only a bridging novel and as such ends rather unsatisfying It isn't really a cliffhanger as much as it is a lot of unfinished business The Book of the Dead concludes the whole Diogenes story arcDiogenes is as many have noted an over the top antagonist Some reviewers were frustrated by his almost godlike abilities to confound the powers that be But let's face it to be a proper foil for Aloysius Pendergast you have to be somewhat able It isn't often that Aloysius is given a run for his money as he is here and that adds a whole new dimension to his character Also in the process mysteries are revealed or at least hinted at regarding the Pendergast family historyAs always Preston Child manage to convey a deliciously Gothic vibe It's modern day New York but it drips with old school atmosphere The only unfortunate thing is we know who or what the villain is from the onset which sets this novel apart from the rest of the series There are still enough twists and thrills to keep fans satisfied but I'm longing for a return to the likes of Relic with its cool creature feature