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Pleasant to read with the financial portion difficult to comprehend. Liked the way it ended even though Cotton Malone's role was not as significant.
Don't understand how folks can review a book if they didn't finish it.
This book was better than the last 4 Dan Brown travelogs.
I've read all Steve berry's books and found Lincoln myth and this one not really to my liking. Still liked all the history to them, but in patriot threat, Malone didn't seem to play a big part and was rather "dull." Liked that Luke had more of a position but found the last two books hard to get through. Hopefully the 14th colony and lost order will be better. Overall have enjoyed the series and the history.
I loved doing my own research on the history of the United States' federal income tax. However, being a descendant of a Korean war refugee. I was taken aback by Kim Il Sung's quote on the front page.
I really enjoyed this book. I thought the characters were more interesting and the plot was less "chaotic" than in some of his books. As always, the historical information was quite interesting!
Income tax mystery, seriously?? This book is about as much fun as an audit. Hard to finish this thing, not sure if I will. Berry is usually entertaining, but this is just dull. Pages of government memos on taxes and so on. I hope he hasn't run out of good ideas. And the critics reviews above, how much did they get paid to write that nonsense?
Left a bad taste in my mouth. Secondary characters were mostly unpleasant. Main character Malone seemed flat. Hoped for better from this series, which I usually enjoy. I couldn't get too excited about the tax storyline.
This not one of Berry's best. It was hard for me not to close this book and return it before finishing the first half. 70% of the first half read like a travel log, ugh! The last sixty pages was a Berry book you hoped to read.