Last Stop: Paris by John Pearce
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I was a little disappointed when I got the book as I thought that this was book one not book two. Then when I went to read it I found myself very confused at the beginning because the book does nothing to recap what happened in book one. A prologue would have been really helpful.
That aside I was able to borrow book one from a friend and after speed reading it this book made a LOT more sense. I really liked the atmosphere of the book. The author did a great job with setting the sense and providing a sense of thrill and anticipation that keeps the reader at the edge of his or her seat. I really liked the part where Jeremy learns about Khan, to me this was the point when the book really started to get good. Jeremy was able to start to get into Khan's head and understand him a bit. From that point on the book just kept moving and never slowed down.
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