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Burn Notice: The End Game

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

A great follow-on

Having read the first book I see that the creativity of the story is still rich. The plot has a complexity that keeps the story moving and unfolding. The narrative of the the main character, Michael Westen, continues to provide rich insight into the character and brings...
Having read the first book I see that the creativity of the story is still rich. The plot has a complexity that keeps the story moving and unfolding. The narrative of the the main character, Michael Westen, continues to provide rich insight into the character and brings relevance to the situation at hand. His lightly sarcastic tone beautifully highlights the irony of his particular situation and provides great segue to his light-hearted though dark references to his particular thought process that often make me laugh out loud. I can't wait for the next book!

posted by Reid_Moore on February 5, 2010

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Good but some graphic violence

I liked it except for about 2 pages where he described, in way too much detail, what it's like to get shot or hurt in ways that I really didn't want to know about. If this is supposed to be like the show, then it shouldn't get that detailed - it's not pleasant.

The ...
I liked it except for about 2 pages where he described, in way too much detail, what it's like to get shot or hurt in ways that I really didn't want to know about. If this is supposed to be like the show, then it shouldn't get that detailed - it's not pleasant.

The rest of it was well done, the voices of the characters were good.

posted by krisl73 on September 14, 2009

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 16, 2014

    I like the Burn Notice TV show and have followed the entire stor

    I like the Burn Notice TV show and have followed the entire story arch. Two paragraphs into this book I found myself wishing that nook books could be returned. I have not illusions about the character Michael Westen being any kind of a religious person but his character in the show never comes across as being in any way antagonistic of people who hold religious beliefs. In the first two paragraphs of this book Westen is portrayed as someone who views people of faith as "the enemy." I also felt like I was reading a rough draft.

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