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Aug 07, 2021
Memory Man Amos Decker, with Reel and Robie making an appearance another great read by Baldacci
Jun 12, 2021grieta rated this title 1 out of 5 stars
I am definitely a Baldacci series follower but this one? Serious misstep. Kind of muzzled my enthusiasm for the Decker/Jamison dynamic duo. Neither were interesting to me this go round ... more meandering and even a bit whiny. Maybe I…
Jun 03, 2021avidFVreader rated this title 3 out of 5 stars
Enjoyable read with lots of characters.
May 21, 2021ramack6 rated this title 0.5 out of 5 stars
Very disappointing on so many fronts!
Apr 21, 20210007548100dmw rated this title 4.5 out of 5 stars
As a big Baldacci fan, I am never disappointed. This book is no exception. A treat to see all Baldacci heroes in the same book. Great excitement from start to finish!
Mar 13, 2021Ginamarguerite rated this title 4 out of 5 stars
Super addition to the Amos Decker series. I haven't read the Wil Robie series but clearly I've been missing out on a good one and will be starting on it soon. Amos seems to be losing some of his edge -- his "psychic" ability seems to…
Feb 18, 2021dlduff rated this title 2.5 out of 5 stars
Mixed bag. I like that the Memory Man is a developing character who grows and changes through the series. But, as mentioned by other reviewers, it also takes a bit away from the uniqueness of who he is. Also as mentioned, this plot…
Dec 19, 2020Gramtastic rated this title 4 out of 5 stars
Although the first part of the book seemed a slower pace than most Baldacci works, I loved how Baldacci brought two of his series together with Will Robbie's appearance, followed by Jessica and Blue Man. I enjoyed it and am now waiting on…
Dec 19, 2020dchomik rated this title 1 out of 5 stars
As I'm a bit of a Baldacci fan, this was a big disappointment. I couldn't wait to finish plowing through it.
Nov 15, 2020jcr101998 rated this title 1 out of 5 stars
Whomever wrote this book should've done some research on "frackers", It's hard to get into a book with such crazy statements. No wonder so many people have misguided opinions about the oil industry
Nov 14, 2020NedSu rated this title 2.5 out of 5 stars
I had just read "Yellow Earth" by John Sayles when I picked up this novel. Both are about the fracking industry in North Dakota, the booms and busts that make a maelstrom of individual lives. Of the two, I prefer Sayles' novel, and by a…
Oct 28, 2020Suereads_2 rated this title 2.5 out of 5 stars
Disappointed in the 'muddiness' of characters and plots in parallel throughout the book. Not the usual Baldacci I have read and enjoyed. It would have been better in 2 books.
Oct 20, 2020Dee_BPL rated this title 4.5 out of 5 stars
Another great Memory Man novel but you need to pay close attention to this one! I agree with some critics thaqt this could have been two separate novels!
Oct 10, 2020
I have read all of Baldacci's books and loved most...This one is a far cry from any of his previous books. Is he asleep at the wheel or is someone else writing for him now, i.e., like Patterson. CL_kcls (below) expresses my opinion…
Oct 09, 2020libertyfaith rated this title 3 out of 5 stars
I too was excited to see Will and Jessica and Blue Man, but this is almost two books in one. A LOT of killings, multiple plots and perpetrators. I had to re-read the ending just to sort out who did what. Think this book got…
Sep 27, 2020harrybosch rated this title 2.5 out of 5 stars
A bit slow and convoluted. It drags on , through the middle part. Too many unnecessary characters and plot twists which seem to be there only as filler. Jamison seems a bit weak. Definitely not one of Baldacci's best. Three stars…
Aug 29, 2020CL_kcls rated this title 3 out of 5 stars
I was excited to read the newest Amos Decker and Alex Jamison book, 'Walk the Wire'. Then, Baldacci added Robie, Reel and Blue Man to what appeared to be an interesting case made more interesting by their appearance! But, Decker himself…
Aug 17, 2020ValinOR14 rated this title 2 out of 5 stars
I used to absolutely LOVE Mr. Baldacci's books. Sadly, not so much anymore. Walk the Wire is probably the most convoluted, implausible story I have read in a long time. There were so many inane plots that my eyes hurt from rolling them so…
Aug 04, 2020Gareldb rated this title 2 out of 5 stars
My first thought: What does the title "Walk the Wire" have to do with this book? This was a typical Baldacci - a moderate length book but a really fast read. The main character, Amos Decker - a guy who had a football injury and now has…
Aug 04, 2020
On Hold
Jul 18, 2020Redwin223 rated this title 5 out of 5 stars
All I'm going to say is; Amos Decker, Alex Jamison, Will Robie, and Jessica Reel together! Thank you Mr Baldacci.
Jul 13, 2020USAF1969 rated this title 4.5 out of 5 stars
WALK THE WIRE by David Baldacci is an awesome read. The Memory Man (Amos Decker) is back along with his FBI partner Alex Jamison. But Amos is again having some brain changes - for example, he is suddenly able to be somewhat more…
Jul 13, 2020
Too many people involved. It took too long to get there and when it did it was a bit tame. Not one of his best. .
Jul 09, 2020mjk236sb rated this title 4 out of 5 stars
Baldacci never disappoints. Really like the development and changes in Amos. He is learning to live again and to see their is hope for the future. Can't wait to see how this continues - hoping that he will find love again.
Jul 07, 2020writermala rated this title 4 out of 5 stars
I haven't read an Amos Decker book in a while so I was looking forward to it. Baldacci did not disappoint. What I liked about this book is that Decker and Jamison got into trouble frequently but they had a surprising ally who "had their…