The Dance of Death (Special Agent Pendergast Series #6)

The Dance of Death (Special Agent Pendergast Series #6)

by Douglas Preston, Lincoln Child
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Dance of Death (Special Agent Pendergast Series #6) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 210 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is my favorite book in the FBI Agent Pendergast series! Most of the Preston/Child books are stand alone, that is you can read just one without missing out on much -- however, this book is the second in what is informally called the Diogenese Trillogy and I would recommend reading Brimstone first. It's a great stand alone read, but would be better enjoyed the knowing the background information (about Diogenese) given in Brimstone. - A lot of suspense, I held my breath through half of it. - The characters are very well developed and believable. -
Darth-Vader More than 1 year ago
Reading Dance Of Death the second installment of the Diogenes trilogy is just like watching The Empire Strikes Back. Both are the best of their series and doesn't disappoint. I agree that Brimstone should be read first but its not mandatory.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
All I'm sayin'....the Special Angent Pengergast series leaves me totally exhausted. I don't know how Preston and Child think of all the twists, turns and white knuckle page turning, but I'm ready for the next book. This book shows the more "human" side of Pengergast - and remind me to never go to a Pendergast family reunion.....well written - intense - during the end of the day at work, I just start thinking I have to get home and finish this book........I'm envious of the authors' well honed writing skills....
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was a great read. It was pretty fast paced with different twists and turns.Can hardly wait to read the next book in the series. I highly recommend this book and others written by these authors.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was my second favorite book in the Pendergast Series. ( The Cabinet of Curiosities is my first ) Superb writing & an amazing plot. Plenty of twists & turns that kept me on the edge of my seat. It's a great stand alone novel but I would suggest reading Brimstone first if you want more background on Agent Pendergast's brother Diogenes. I'm obsessed with these books and I absolutely plan to read them all !! I love Agent Pendergast !!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I picked up this book when looking for something new and different. I was not aware at the time that this was the second in a trilogy, but soon found it to have perfectly stable legs it could stand on. The characters are awesomely diverse and the plot is relentless in its twists and turns. I'm definitely going back to pick up Brimstone(the first in the trilogy) and Book of the Dead, Pendergast is one of my favorite book characters and he'll no doubt be yours too.
Anonymous 15 days ago
Another Special Agent Pendergast story I couldn't put down. The evil brother is a great villain.
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I enjoyed the fast pace and unusual plot. Making Diogenes the ubervillain to Pendergast's flawed hero figure was very interesting and made the book so much more dynamic. I look forward to the rest of the series and hope to see the continuation of this particular storyline. Stephanie Clanahan
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carolcapers1 More than 1 year ago
THE PRESTON/CHILD COMBO MAKES FOR GREAT READING.
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Excellent story. Keep on writing.
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This is one of Preston & Child's best! I just finished it and have started reading the sequel. Preston & Child are excellent mystery writers. Their writing is intelligent, sophisticated, and unique. They are most definitely in a field of their own when it comes to fantastic authors! Bravo! I'm a fan for life!
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