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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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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.

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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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  • Posted October 5, 2009

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    Burn Notice The Fix

    I picked up this book because I enjoy the television series, and "Burn Notice: The fix" reads just like the show. Everyone is included - Michael, Fiona, Sam and even his mom. Sam gets Michael to take on the case of Cricket O'Conner and her missing husband and fortune. I easily visualized the characters and the situations and therefore zip right through this story. Fans of the show will love it. Non viewers may think it as just an okay story.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 14, 2009

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

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2012

    Really good book!

    As far as books baised on a tv show these books are eeally good

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  • Posted July 26, 2011

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    Good but not the best of the series

    I'm glad I bought and read the book but it ended up being my least favorite of the series of Burn Notice books. I enjoyed the twists, even though they were somewhat predictable, and I loved that I could hear Michael, Fi and Sam in my head while I read their parts. The author does a great job of writing the way you'd see this story play out on the TV show. What I didn't like was how the Brent character was simply too much of a "stupid teenager" to be believable to me. I think the author went too far with that. Also, in this book the author decided to make the cast all liberal Democrats, blasting Republicans and conservative thoughts are listed as obviously wrong. This is a probably deal-breaker for me. If that trend continues, I'm out. Please don't politicize my favorite characters like that. I don't want them to be hardcore Republicans or Democrats. Leave politics and religion out of this entire story line. Lastly, although the author is usually pretty good at referencing current technology, he lost credibility when the characters used "zip drives full of data". LOL, what is that, like 120MB? Zip drives went out of favor like 10 years ago. I don't even think they're sold anymore. Still worth reading but I'm hoping this isn't an indication that Tod Goldberg is going to use Burn Notice to push a political agenda.

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