Amazon.ca delivered the latest 3, which I'd pre-ordered, in late July. I
reread them almost immediately and greatly enjoyed them. I thought
"Slayground" was great, but not that outstanding in the context of this series.
I thought I noticed a sort of continuity problem in "Plunder Squad". Parker
seems to get from a bedroom community outside of Pittsburgh to an address in
Philadelphia in 35 minutes. Did I misread this?
On Mon, Aug 30, 2010 at 5:16 PM, Jeff Vorzimmer <email@example.com>wrote:
> You must have gotten advance copies. They don't come out until
> Wednesday. I'm trying to finish up the previous three myself and very
> much looking forward to the next three. They've all been pretty good
> reading, although I'm getting a little tired of the recurring them of
> Parker getting his money stolen, but David hints at the fact that in
> the current book I'm reading, The Black Ice Score, Parker doesn't get
> his money stolen.
> On Aug 30, 2010, at 1:00 PM, tomarmstrongmusic wrote:
> > Got the latest batch of Parker reprints, tore through "Deadly Edge"
> > and then got to "Slayground". Wow. I don't even...I mean this
> > book...it's...
> > It's the ultimate expression of something. I don't know what
> > exactly, but it's the most...it's the epitome of...
> > I'm just speechless, with my tongue hanging out. I found that book
> > to be incredible. What were other readers reactions to this thing?
> > Tom Armstrong
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