This is the seventh book in Will Trent Series. Even if I didn’t particularly like the first book, I really like this series. The second book was amazing and so the third (that for me means 5 stars) and the rest was good.
I need to say that this book didn’t “kidnap” me like the others, I found the chapters too long and I didn’t like undercover work. I liked Sara and yes!! No Angie here! (I despise her character). I wish more Faith and Will as partners, solving crimes together, but no, nothing like that here.
I liked the case, finding out who the kingpin Big Whitey was, I just wish it was a normal case and not undercover. The story begins with the assault on Lena (an old character, already present in the fourth book I think) and Jared, her husband and then goes backward, explaining previous events that may have or may not have been the cause of the attack.
Lena and Sara (Will’s girlfriend) have history. In Sara’s opinion Lena is the responsible for her husband, Jeffery, death and she has this version of the facts that are black or white, there’s no grey for her (I think what happened with Jeffery is in the grey area but that’s my opinion, obviously Sara has another one that I don’t agree with). So a good part of the book is about this “feud” between them and thankfully it seems over (I hope).
Then the case pick up, pity it’s only after 12 chapters that it starts to get interesting. I read the last 4-5 chapters quite easily and fast but not the first 12. That’s why I didn’t liked this book that much. Oh well, there’s always next book.
- Titolo Italiano: L’invisibile
- ISBN: 9788866881438
- Casa Editrice: Time Crime
- Pagine: 411