Gina Shin Shin de Bodolz, Germany
regard intéressant sur l'entraide dans les jours avant que tout le monde ne tombe. livre devient un peu répétitif, mais il est quelque peu nécessaire. le test est rad.
I won this book on Goodreads and was definitely looking forward to getting it in the mail after reading the first two books. This book is a good thriller, much like the first two books in the series, but the pace is a little slower and the plot is a little more complex. I was really interested in the new conspiracy and how the players have shifted into different alliances; especially when JC popped up. I also liked the conflict within the church and having more players from the Vatican involved. It felt like the author scaled back a little after trying to cram too many plots into the last book, so it was a good thing for this story to slow things down. What I didn't like is the relationship between Sarah and Rafael. Having her fall in love with him, even though he's a priest and totally unattainable, is so cliched and boring to me. It feels like a lame "Thornbirds"-type plot to me and doesn't add anything to the story. I was also disappointed that Abu Rashid didn't show up in this book - I still don't really get what his whole plot line was about in the last book. Maybe he'll come back later?