Review: Fever Dream by Preston & Child

Fever Dream
Fever Dream by Douglas Preston

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Pendergast’s latest adventure cuts closer to home for him than ever before when he realizes that his wife, dead for twelve years, was murdered. Pendergast comes closer to despair and shock than we’ve ever witnessed, and I believe he is closer to becoming unhinged as well. In fact, I think he crosses some lines he hasn’t crossed before. I found it fascinating to see these new sides of Pendergast. He continues to intrigue me as a character.

The side story on Constance is curious, but after a while it became clear it’s setup for the following story (which I’m already reading!).

Recommended for all lovers of Special Agent Aloysius X.L. Pendergast!

View all my reviews on Goodreads.

You might've heard something like this...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Vaccination against spambots: * Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.

CommentLuv badge