The plot was garbage. I am pretty sure an 8th grade boy came up with it.
What can I say. David Baldacci never disappoints. This was another fabulous book. I highly recommend reading this book.
Another good Baldacci novel. Even the bad guy was likable.
Another outstanding Baldacci book. Keeps your attention until the very end. Great read!
You will root for the bad guy since the government techies are so unlikeable. Baldacci has never been in the military or he would know no service would ever go after a hero general for any reason, especially one retired with dementia..
Another hit for David Baldacci.
David Baldacci is known for his ingenuity and No Man's Land did not disappoint. Fascinating and scary science.It would make an excellent movie.
Very different Baldacci book. I thoroughly enjoyed the change of pace. Even the bad guy (made bad) got a chance at life again. Good read.
All of Baldacci's novels with John Puller are interesting. This novel is a bit more sci-fi. It would make a good movie.
The story alternates chapters with two different storylines until these converge. I usually dislike this writing model as the story line changes just when I am getting interested in one of them. In this novel, the author has melded the superhero characteristics of Superman, Spiderman, the Hulk and a robot into Paul Rogers - a killing machine – who is the end result of a military engineering research project to make the perfect soldier. I loved the concept – a soldier who when wounded has a body that self-heals. Unfortunately for Roger’s creators, a throwback to the Mary Shelley’s classic novel, Frankenstein, Rogers seeks revenge. All the while, the Puller boys, sons of a well respected general, try to solve the missing disappearance of their mom from 30 years ago. I enjoyed the story, maybe because of the boy's sudden concern for their missing mom.
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