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The Traitor (Tommy Carmellini Series #2)

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  • Posted February 8, 2014

    Took me 6 days. . .

    I read really good books really fast - I can't put them down! This one kept getting put down, I just never could get INTO reading it. Mr. Counts is a good writer, and I love international intrigue - but Tommy Carmellini is too much into himself; not into the plot. It's a shame & waste of some good characters.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2008

    so so

    the scenario was there for a great thriller. But the book fails to deliver a taut punch or any breathtaking climartic end. It's quite enjoyable when narrated by 'tommy', our main man. He's funny, but at times, doesn't come across as a super spy. The book was slow throughout the first 200 to 300 pages. Kind of fragmented and does not come together at all. Certainly fails as a pageturner or thriller. The action was lacking, and whatever technology employed was under-rated.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2006

    Disappointed!

    As a long time Coonts fan, I was disappointed with 'The Traitor'. I really enjoy the Tommy Carmellini chartacter Coonts came out with in 'Cuba' (one of my favorites!) 'The Traitor' started off a little slow, but I didn't mind because I liked the character development in the first third of the book. True to Coonts form, once the action starts it doesnt end. Unfortunately the real climax comes before the end and as a result the end is anticlimatic, forced and not very beleievable. Not his best, but worth a trip to the library.

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