Jan 29, 2022

Neon Prey (A Prey Novel Book 29)

Free Read Neon Prey (A Prey Novel Book 29) - by John Sandford Free Read Neon Prey (A Prey Novel Book 29) - by John Sandford - Neon Prey (A Prey Novel Book 29), Neon Prey A Prey Novel Book Lucas Davenport tracks a prolific serial killer in this nail biting New York Times bestseller from John Sandford Clayton Deese looks like a small time criminal muscle for hire when his loan

  • Publisher‏:‎ G.P. Putnam's Sons (April 23, 2019)
  • Publication date‏:‎ April 23, 2019
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 2765 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting‏:‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray‏:‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 400 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Not Enabled

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Neon Prey (A Prey Novel Book 29)

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  1. So very, very dissapointed by this sloppy mismash of violence and mayhem serving only one purpose putting money in Sanford s pocket There really should be a return policy for rotten products such as this The authorities FBI Police Marshalls at one turn are competent and then utter fools depends on where Sanford needs the plot to advance aggravating and stupid Sanford has also resorted to Lee Childs Reacher tendency to pull facts out his arse so the story can progress Doctor and hospital give a p [...]


  2. Neon Prey is in Sandford s great police procedural style complete with authentic cop banter But it s missing any heart It s just boring At the climax when someone is yelling what do we do my thought was I don t care and that sums it up Maybe too realistic police procedural, a little Keystone Kops running around but with a cannibal and rapeso boring and horrible all at the same time Just no heart to the story there s no one to care about.


  3. I am a big fan of the Prey novels and have read most of them, and will keep doing so, but I have noticed in the last few novels by John Sandford that his liberalism is showing and , come on Sanford do what you do best and write good books without all the liberal garbage in them.


  4. I didn t finish it because frankly I didn t care It was so confusing and jumped around too much There was not enough classic Davenport Maybe if I would have read it until the end, it would have made sense But there are so many books to read and so little time I just didn t care to stick with something that was so boring When I find myself skimming and skipping pages, it is time to go on to something else I m not giving up on Davenport but hope for a better story next time.


  5. I ve read all the Prey books, some of them multiple times Although I consider Phantom Prey to be the worst book in the series, Neon Prey comes in a close second I just don t want to hear Lucas Davenport complaining about being old and his coworkers saying he looks old The villain was flat and uninteresting It s also time to move on from the Marshals Service and get Lucas back to Minneapolis Bob and Rae just aren t as compelling as Del, Sloan, Jenkins, Shrake and Marcy Maybe the next book could t [...]


  6. I ve read ALL of Sanford, most of it twice, and I found Neon Prey to be less than his best work It is kind of flat, and it reminds me of the first couple of Virgil Flowers stories that made me suspect that Sandford wasn t doing all the writing Bob and Rae are a little two dimensional and the cop banter didn t pull the reader right down into the circle of cops standing around looking at a body the way only Sandford can I do like taking the stories all over the country, but I miss all the great ch [...]


  7. I want to believe all Detectives are like Lucas Davenport He attracts other cops like bees to flowers, and their dialogue is clever and funny The author, John Sanford raises the bar on Detective books with his great characterizations and his skillful plot construction In Neon Prey , Davenport is asked to help 2 other Marshalls find an especially demented killer, Deese, in New Orleans Rae and Bob are recurring cast Even that f Flowers shows up a couple of times Something shocking happens to Lucas [...]


  8. Another excellent Lucas Davenport book Nasty villains, as in really nasty villains, gripping chases, some witty humour, it s all there The way JS relates the protagonists conversations make you almost feel you are riding along with them As with any JS books my only complaint is that they finish too quickly However a Virgil Flowers book is due for release later this year Wonderful book.


  9. As usual, I really enjoyed a Lucas Davenport story The books always move swiftly and I like that you know both what the baddies and the cops are doing It can be a bit brutal at times but illustrates the characters so isn t necessarily over the top.This story consists mostly of Lucas and his team chasing down some criminals so maybe not as suspenseful as other books but I like the fact that the books have developed, with ease, to include new, regular characters as well as nods to previous charact [...]


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