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Get Social. With The Escape at Nonsuch Bay. So much happens; the action is really non-stop. And that is a little bit of a problem. There is so much action that the narrative of what the bad guys are doing and how the good guys learn all of the story and what the full story is gets lost.

Although John Puller learns of various events that have taken place throughout the book, we never really learn how it all started or why the central villain did everything that was alleged.

We don't really ever understand how events occurred to lead up to the big crisis. Finally, certain occurrences are never adequately explained - what happened with Susan's husband and why, where did John's kidnappers disappear to, what exactly happened with Schindler, etc.

These things are not critical to enjoying the thrill ride, but the ending is a little less satisfying due to this lack of understanding.

The last few chapters are also somewhat abrupt, denying us full closure and one scene is a bit manipulative , but I am hoping that the want of complete resolution means there will be at least one more John Puller book dealing with the story of John and Robert's mother.

There is still a very real mystery extant. I look forward to the telling of that story very much. While this book stands alone, one is more invested in the story and more familiar with some of the characters, if one has read the prior two novels, Zero Day in particular.

All in all, I enjoyed The Escape greatly and recommend it. What an exemplary novel! David Balducci writes a thriller filled with action, adventure, high tension and intrigue with heart.

I think to fully appreciate and relish the book one does need to start at the beginning of the series to fully appreciate the Puller family characters with their family issues, careers, health and experiences.

While each book can be a story unto itself it is the revelations about each of the Puller family men that enhance each tale.

There is emotion in each book not in the forefront but definitely in background in regards to John Puller Sr.

In The Rescue there is one section of the story that really pulled at my heart as the author paints with words a very touching scene between a father and son.

Not only is it with the knowledge that slowly these two brothers are losing their parent to a disease that knows no bounds.

Having personally gone through in my life I can say that the author does a great job giving his audience a peek at what some people deal with and its affect on a person.

I do recommend reading and enjoying the series even with its rare use of foul language. There are many people who love to read all types of books and want to read stories that have grit to them.

There is patriotism is the book, heart and soul in the characters and a rich plot fraught with a plethora of trails that keep readers like me up till the wee hours of a morning to get to the end!

I love to read fiction to relax and tend to read 2 to 3 books a month. I have authors I am loyal to and read everything they produce - David Baldacci is definitely in my top tier of authors.

His books always are fasted paced and make it hard to put the book down. The Escape does not disappoint. We finally get the scoop on why the main character's brother, Robert Puller is in prison.

The fact he is in prison for espionage has been brought up in the previous two John Puller novels but no real details given.

This book really brings John Puller's full history into focus. I loved the plot twists and the constant 'who can you trust' cloud hanging over the hero and by extension the reader that is caused by entering in the world of espionage and spying.

John Puller is an investigator but those skills do not always serve him well in a the intelligence arena where nothing is what it seems to be.

I had trouble putting this book down and was hungry for more when it ended. Would recommend to anyone who enjoys thrillers and mystery.

See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. The third in the John Puller series Baldacci's version of Jack Reacher. As good a writer as he is, he just doesn't pull it off like Lee Child can.

I really enjoyed the first book, the second was above average, but this one falls just short of the mark, and is average at best.

I gave it 3 stars out of courtesy for Baldacci's, one of my favourite authors, if it had been anyone else it would have received 2 stars. It is well written, as you would expect from such an accomplished author, but it was all just a bit too much Hollywood!

The overriding plot was one we have seen before many times, traitors in the ranks, who to trust etc. The dialogue was a bit wooden, and corny. The characters a little one dimensional.

And John Puller is turning too much into Captain America. Come on Mr Baldacci's, you can do better than this! Give Puller some decent dialogue, a few flaws other than his inability to show emotion, and stay away from the Hollywood cliches in the story line.

Baldacci has equivalent franchises to other authors and his hero John Puller seems to be almost the same as Jack Reacher, a military super cop, hero.

That said, I have enjoyed the previous John Puller books, but the same can't be said of this one, which I found predictable, and shallow and at plus pages, at least pages too long.

I found it hard to care about the heroes, male and female, the villains are almost mustachio twirling but cliched, the action is poorly realised and the plot twists can be seen coming a mile off.

The female hero gets blown up, so does the male, but at different times, and I mean, can he be so short of ideas?

In the best chick flick tradition, the father with dementia comes back from his vagueness, if he ever had it, and we are set up for the next book, a quest for a missing mother.

I had difficulty from the start, but persevered, only because unfinished books annoy me intensely. So I can't recommend this one at all, it's been done elsewhere and so much better.

John Puller is a military policeman. He is a loner and dedicated to his job and to his country. This is the third book in this series and I enjoyed it immensely.

Puller's brother was also a high flyer in the army but he has been in prison for a reason which was not disclosed in previous novels.

In this book he escapes from prison and, although he has been ordered not to, Puller starts to investigate his escape and eventually his original crime.

Puller is authorised to investigate despite everyone's better judgement and is joined by agent Veronica Knox.

Obviously, things are not as straightforward as you would expect and it turns out not a spoiler as you will have worked this out for yourself from the very beginning that not only is Puller's brother innocent but he may also be in danger himself.

This is a great story which pulls you along in the action. Puller is an engaging character as he is honest and intelligent although to the British reader he is a little over-patriotic.

One of the author's themes is the size and complexity of the military and the intelligence services in the USA and over and over again the investigation is stalled or obstructed in some way by another agency or a corrupt official.

Puller cannot be sure who he can trust and he also cannot be sure who will halt his career or betray him. This isn't great literature, and I don't think that it is intended to be that.

It is, however, a really readable and enjoyable story with lots of action, twists and turns, and jeopardy for our main characters. It reminds me of Dan Brown at his best but the conspiracies here are much more believable.

I hope that we see more of John Puller. I found it interesting reading the variable reviews by others where their small observations being the same as mine.

However,I would have liked to have rated it 4. The first Pullar albeit something of a Jack Reacher copy was an OK start, the next I felt lost its way, similar to Baldacci's Robie books, but this one I thought was pretty good.

I do not mind being educated by a book so the explanations of the US military set-up was an interesting part of the story and I felt Baldacci was at his best for three quarters of the book.

I do not know whether it was time constraints or a limitation on pages but the ending just spoilt the story. Spoilt it insomuch as it was hurried and to slow it down with more detail for 50 pages or more would have been an excellent finish.

The other irritant which appears in this book also is the ice cold killer throughout 'suddenly' wants to have a 'chat' with our hero rather than just kill him; that is becoming almost common place nowadays and spoils a good thriller.

All in all I thought Baldacci was back to his best writing and I am hopeful the same occurs with the next Robie book. One person found this helpful.

Another great offering from David Baldacci. Story involving John Puller, his brother locked away for treason suddenly escapes from maximum security forces prison, Puller who has always believed in his brothers innocence can't understand why he would escape and though initially warned off investigating by his senior officer is suddenly requested to investigate by other senior officers of the armed forces.

Along the way he acquires a partner, not of his own choosing, he wonders if this partner is to help or hinder his investigation.

The story develops with the usual slaying's and unanswered questions with a battle of wits against a very good and confident liar.

Some red herrings along the way cause some doubts but Puller keeps at it and as you would expect a result is achieved, maybe not all that he wishes for but life is like that!!

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Use the HTML below. Not only is it with the knowledge that slowly these two brothers are losing their parent to a disease that knows no bounds.

Having personally gone through in my life I can say that the author does a great job giving his audience a peek at what some people deal with and its affect on a person.

I do recommend reading and enjoying the series even with its rare use of foul language. There are many people who love to read all types of books and want to read stories that have grit to them.

There is patriotism is the book, heart and soul in the characters and a rich plot fraught with a plethora of trails that keep readers like me up till the wee hours of a morning to get to the end!

I love to read fiction to relax and tend to read 2 to 3 books a month. I have authors I am loyal to and read everything they produce - David Baldacci is definitely in my top tier of authors.

His books always are fasted paced and make it hard to put the book down. The Escape does not disappoint. We finally get the scoop on why the main character's brother, Robert Puller is in prison.

The fact he is in prison for espionage has been brought up in the previous two John Puller novels but no real details given. This book really brings John Puller's full history into focus.

I loved the plot twists and the constant 'who can you trust' cloud hanging over the hero and by extension the reader that is caused by entering in the world of espionage and spying.

John Puller is an investigator but those skills do not always serve him well in a the intelligence arena where nothing is what it seems to be.

I had trouble putting this book down and was hungry for more when it ended. Would recommend to anyone who enjoys thrillers and mystery.

See all reviews. Top reviews from other countries. The third in the John Puller series Baldacci's version of Jack Reacher. As good a writer as he is, he just doesn't pull it off like Lee Child can.

I really enjoyed the first book, the second was above average, but this one falls just short of the mark, and is average at best.

I gave it 3 stars out of courtesy for Baldacci's, one of my favourite authors, if it had been anyone else it would have received 2 stars. It is well written, as you would expect from such an accomplished author, but it was all just a bit too much Hollywood!

The overriding plot was one we have seen before many times, traitors in the ranks, who to trust etc. The dialogue was a bit wooden, and corny.

The characters a little one dimensional. And John Puller is turning too much into Captain America. Come on Mr Baldacci's, you can do better than this!

Give Puller some decent dialogue, a few flaws other than his inability to show emotion, and stay away from the Hollywood cliches in the story line.

Baldacci has equivalent franchises to other authors and his hero John Puller seems to be almost the same as Jack Reacher, a military super cop, hero.

That said, I have enjoyed the previous John Puller books, but the same can't be said of this one, which I found predictable, and shallow and at plus pages, at least pages too long.

I found it hard to care about the heroes, male and female, the villains are almost mustachio twirling but cliched, the action is poorly realised and the plot twists can be seen coming a mile off.

The female hero gets blown up, so does the male, but at different times, and I mean, can he be so short of ideas? In the best chick flick tradition, the father with dementia comes back from his vagueness, if he ever had it, and we are set up for the next book, a quest for a missing mother.

I had difficulty from the start, but persevered, only because unfinished books annoy me intensely. So I can't recommend this one at all, it's been done elsewhere and so much better.

John Puller is a military policeman. He is a loner and dedicated to his job and to his country. This is the third book in this series and I enjoyed it immensely.

Puller's brother was also a high flyer in the army but he has been in prison for a reason which was not disclosed in previous novels. In this book he escapes from prison and, although he has been ordered not to, Puller starts to investigate his escape and eventually his original crime.

Puller is authorised to investigate despite everyone's better judgement and is joined by agent Veronica Knox. Obviously, things are not as straightforward as you would expect and it turns out not a spoiler as you will have worked this out for yourself from the very beginning that not only is Puller's brother innocent but he may also be in danger himself.

This is a great story which pulls you along in the action. Puller is an engaging character as he is honest and intelligent although to the British reader he is a little over-patriotic.

One of the author's themes is the size and complexity of the military and the intelligence services in the USA and over and over again the investigation is stalled or obstructed in some way by another agency or a corrupt official.

Puller cannot be sure who he can trust and he also cannot be sure who will halt his career or betray him.

This isn't great literature, and I don't think that it is intended to be that. It is, however, a really readable and enjoyable story with lots of action, twists and turns, and jeopardy for our main characters.

It reminds me of Dan Brown at his best but the conspiracies here are much more believable. I hope that we see more of John Puller. I found it interesting reading the variable reviews by others where their small observations being the same as mine.

However,I would have liked to have rated it 4. The first Pullar albeit something of a Jack Reacher copy was an OK start, the next I felt lost its way, similar to Baldacci's Robie books, but this one I thought was pretty good.

I do not mind being educated by a book so the explanations of the US military set-up was an interesting part of the story and I felt Baldacci was at his best for three quarters of the book.

I do not know whether it was time constraints or a limitation on pages but the ending just spoilt the story. Spoilt it insomuch as it was hurried and to slow it down with more detail for 50 pages or more would have been an excellent finish.

The other irritant which appears in this book also is the ice cold killer throughout 'suddenly' wants to have a 'chat' with our hero rather than just kill him; that is becoming almost common place nowadays and spoils a good thriller.

All in all I thought Baldacci was back to his best writing and I am hopeful the same occurs with the next Robie book.

Teddy is particularly upset, and once home Tara becomes enraged and swears at him for moving her book. Enraged, she leaves the house briefly then returns to apologise profusely to the children.

Later that evening she discusses with Mark how she doesn't care about being a parent. The following day she discusses her issues with her mother, Alison, who is not supportive and tells her it's a phase.

A following morning, Tara refuses to help with the children during breakfast. Mark takes the children to school and returns home to try and resolve things with her.

Mark berates her, but ultimately apologises and tells her he just wants her to be happy. Tara is increasingly detached and anxious.

She knocks over a jug of orange juice while tidying up breakfast for which Mark berates her. She goes to the bedroom and packs a bag with clothes and her passport.

Mark tries to stop her but she leaves in the car. Mark is upset and tries to calm the children. Tara goes to Ebbsfleet and takes a train to Paris.

Tara walks around Paris, happy. She stays overnight at a hotel. On the way in to the museum she passes a man with a camera.

Later in the museum the man, Phillipe, takes photos of Tara and discusses the history of the tapestries with her. They both tell each they are not in a relationship.

They spend the rest of the day together and end up having sex in Tara's hotel room. They are interrupted by a message on Phillipe's phone.

Tara questions who the message is from, and Phillipe admits to being married and having a child. She tells him to leave, which he does.

Tara listens to the pleading voicemails from Mark, her children, and her mother, while crying. She leaves the hotel and is extremely upset and anxious.

Tara wakes up on the sofa the following morning. A French woman, Anna, took pity on her and she spent the night at her house.

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