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Last Man Standing

by David Baldacci

Last Man Standing by David Baldacci
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  • First Published:
    Nov 2001, 548 pages
    Paperback:
    Aug 2002, 656 pages

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mlt (03/03/06)

First and Last
Get to the point, please. Characters may be well-developed but takes too much and forever and a day to get them and the story unfold. Resisted quitting midway several times until I finally gave in.. for another real thriller. First book to ever make me do so.
matrix (07/05/04)

I thought it was one of the best mysteries printed in a long time.Hope author makes more
adventures for Web.
Crystal (11/19/02)

I had a really hard time getting into this book. It was a long time before I could get into this book enough to even want to finish it. Once I got past that difficult part, the book wasn't so bad, but if you don't have me from the first word of the first chapter - I'm not into what you have to say!
Simon Timmons (09/18/02)

My first outing into the works of Baldacci was, to say the least , disappointing. The characters are far to cliched and the story slow and predictable. Long digressions into the ins and outs of FBI procedure become tiresome after a while.
Anonymous (07/17/02)

I´ve read several thrillers and I think this is the best I ever read till now, and i can only hope that there are more books of this level
Guido Coppes, Netherlands
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