A little far fetched for the imagination to be possible or believable for me
I think this was a very good conclusion to the original Pendergast trilogy. Fast-paced, all the characters from previous books played a part, even if a small one, and the tidbits of science mixed up with the story are always quite interesting
"In this conclusion of the trilogy that started with Brimstone, Agent Aloysius Pendergast is imprisoned, framed for murders committed by his disturbed brother Diogenes, whose singular aim is to destroy Aloysius. At the same time, the NY Museum of Natural History, caught in an embarrassing PR situation, decides to unveil an ancient Egyptian tomb that just happens to be plagued with a curse of insanity. These and other plot points combine to create a story that Kirkus Reviews calls 'fast, punchy, and relentlessly action-packed.'" Thrillers and Suspense December 2012 Newsletter http://www.nextreads.com/Display2.aspx?SID=5acc8fc1-4e91-4ebe-906d-f8fc5e82a8e0&N=577901
a bit hard to believe, but the ride of the read was worth it!
I really enjoyed this book, especially for the elements of egyptian mythology woven into the story.
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