Rules of Prey
3 journalers for this copy...
Another of the Prey series by John Sandford. I've been enthralled by each and every one of these books. If you haven't read them and you love thrillers, try them.
I'm mailing this out on Tuesday to a bookcrosser in Portugal. It's been so long that I've forgotten if it was a trade, RABCK, or bookrelay. I've also forgotten the bxers screen name. So, hopefully it'll make the journey south and will be well loved when received. Sorry for the delay!
Journal Entry 3
on Friday, April 01, 2005
No problem about the delay! :) I was just anxious for this one because it's the first in the series... And it was a RABCK... thanks so much, meshe!
Journal Entry 4
on Thursday, September 01, 2005
I can't say it was one of the best mystery/thriller books I've ever read, but I enjoyed it a lot. It has lots of action, Lucas Davenport isn't the usual "good guy", and it all seems credible.
The worst part for me was the ending, I found it a bit too previsible, with no surprises and kind of an anti-climax...
Anyway, now I've to get my hands on number 2! ;o)
Journal Entry 5
on Monday, August 14, 2006
***** I can't seem to get hold of the books I miss in this series (numbers 2 and 3 included!) so I decided to make them available for anyone who doesn't care or is missing one of these *****
Reserved as a Title Trader request.
Journal Entry 6
Postal Release in Postal release, Postal Release -- Controlled Releases on Thursday, August 17, 2006
Released 12 yrs ago (8/17/2006 UTC) at Postal Release in Postal release, Postal Release -- Controlled Releases
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Going as a Title Trader exchange.
Hope we'll hear from it again...
I accepted this on TT as it is the first of the Prey books. Imagine my surprise when I found out it was a BC book. Thanks
Maddog has been killing women in the Minneapolis area and leaving only one clue behind in the form of a rule 'Never kill anyone you know'. This is a killer that knows all the ins and outs about leaving behind evidence and the case will be very hard to solve. Enter Lucas Davenport, cop, video games inventor, seasoned veteran who operates almost on his own.
It takes dogged hard work to catch this guy and just a bit of luck. An interesting twist on the popular mystery as you know who the bad guy is and are waiting throughout the read to see when he will trip up.
This is the first of the series. I read this third and wish I had read it first as a lot of background was provided about Lucas. His relationship with women is kind of cold. The way he plays with the media is fascinating and the reader wants to applaud his handling of them. This is a gory read but I love the series.
Journal Entry 9
Titletrader request in Mississauga, Ontario Canada on Thursday, April 25, 2013
Released 6 yrs ago (4/25/2013 UTC) at Titletrader request in Mississauga, Ontario Canada
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