Shunsuke MURATA MURATA itibaren Texas
Great book, very creative, captures the readers imagination.
I really don't get why everyone is so crazy about this book. It just didn't do anything for me.
Like most McBains, a well-written story. That said, with this series in it's 42nd year (at this book's publication), he is starting to run into problems with scene and character development. And there are inconsistencies with settings. He moves scene placement into the current decade, but doesn't age the characters quite as fast. I'm not saying Carella should be in his 60s, but just to have him turning 40 isn't enough of a progression. Also, he mentions the movie Men in Black, which came out the year this book was published, but his nurses are wearing white uniforms, and I believe even by then nurses were wearing scrubs, saving dress whites only for formal functions. But this is just me being picky; the story itself was great.