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To ask other readers questions about The Lucid Series , please sign up. Lists with This Book. Dec 03, David Bergsland rated it it was amazing. Den has developed a wonderful series. I'm praying for the Lord to anoint it for the readers. This is what I hope for with redemptive fiction--great entertainment with a solid base of Truth. It's very difficult to pull off, but Den has done it. Yes, the anti-Christian haters are certainly going to bash it. Some will call it preachy. However, when that isn't happening, our intrepid protagonist Stone Barrington, J.
The catch is that the guy used to work for British intelligence and has the knowledge and used to have access to fun toys to make himself untraceable and virtually unfindable. Stone uses his considerable resources and connections to try to track the Bad Guy so he can save Great Britain. Apparently, if the Bad Guy is actually still alive and releases some sensitive information, the free world as we know it will cease to exist.
Now, why an attorney is chosen for this task, God only knows. But there you have it. In the meantime, Stone's crazy ex-wife responsible for the bullet wound in his knee - and, personally, after reading about him for something books, I'm not sure that I blame her. Seriously, WHY I am still reading these???
I'm not sure what else was going on in this book. Really, the most memorable and not in a good way things were two of the sex scenes. One in which the author actually said they took a nap after 30 minutes of "inventive lovemaking. The other was when he said the woman "climbed him like a tree. View all 5 comments. Aug 23, Steve rated it it was amazing. March Turns out, this has become one of my favorite Stuart Woods stories. I just upped the stars to FIVE.
I liked seeing that I read this 5 years ago on a plane from Moline Ill. Feb book on tape. I forgot I read it until I saw my notes from He's just starting to become a mensch in this story. August Stone and Dino, are enjoying some pasta when in walks former client and all around sad sack Herbie Fisher Nov 18, Sadie rated it it was ok. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
I'll be the first to admit that the recent Stone Barrington novels have fallen short of the earlier work of their author He eats a lot of expensive food, drinks a lot of expensive liquor, gets harped on by his secretary about his expensive habits, flies an expensive plane, yada yada yada ad nauseum. All that is well and good as nobody is reading this series expecting a mental challenge , but might Mr. Just off the top of my head I'd like to know why two dossiers had the same photo on them, why they were ruined but the one produced by Hackett was not, why Hackett was so elusive about whether or not he was Whitestone, why he would have set up the fake grave if he didn't know that Mike was Whitestone, and who killed him and why?
Way too many questions left unanswered amidst pages and pages and pages of unnecessary aviation information. Jun 06, Jay Connor rated it liked it.
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You gave me enough time this past Friday afternoon and evening waiting in ATL or on the tarmac for my canceled-re-booked-weather-delayed flight to read this latest addition to the Stuart Woods oeuvre. You also gave me enough time to play several games of free cell and boggle on my iphone, but that just sounds like sour grapes.
Using "oeuvre" to refer to a Stone Barrington novel is as presumptuous as Stone's continuing to order a Knob Creek instead of whiskey at Elaine's. But hey Thank you, Delta. But hey, its fun; I'm reading and lightening hasn't struck the plane. I guess that sums up my loyalty to Woods this is the 40th book of his I own! May 03, Janice Reisman rated it it was ok. Stuart Woods has gone steadily downhill. Every recent book has the same formula - meeting Dina at Elaine's every nite, and the rich unattached woman looking for a fling, and he is there to accommodate them.
If you've read one, you have read them all. I was very disappointed with this book.
Jun 11, Derk rated it it was ok. Another routine book by Woods. The plot doesn't hold together, the characters are superficial, and the reading is quick. I don't know why I keep reading him. My memory is that his earlier books were better, so maybe I keep reading him by habit. Jul 07, Dugger rated it it was ok.
This is the last stone Barrington novel. Getting annoyed with his plots. Same thing in the last three books. Jan 25, Mary Lou rated it liked it. The Stone Barrington books are like potato chips--terrible for you, you can't eat just one, and very salty. Once again, Stone gets into trouble as he tries to figure a way out of trouble for a client. Dino Bacchetti is back as Stone's sidekick. The fabulous British secret agent, Felicity, makes another appearance here.
The mysterious Dolce is lurking in the background, always a danger. How she is organized enough to get three other ladies dressed just like her to take off for three other distant The Stone Barrington books are like potato chips--terrible for you, you can't eat just one, and very salty. How she is organized enough to get three other ladies dressed just like her to take off for three other distant cities on the same day she flees to Italy, requires a significant suspension of disbelief.
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In the amazing world of Stone Barrington, a million-dollar fee is too good for his secretary and gal Friday, Joan, to pass up. Stone attempted to turn down the assignment from the ne-er-do-well village idiot, Herbie, one evening, but Herbie dropped off the retainer-in cash! The loan of a new acquaintance's jet is a perq that Stone can't resist.
And the women, well, they just make themselves into a nuisance. Stone can hardly keep track of who's staying in the guest room at the lovely Turtle Bay house. Some of the questions don't get answered, at least not that I found what was the source of the mysterious counterfeit fifty? But Woods has been doing this too long to mind a few loose ends.
Stone drinks like a fish, has a constant parade of sex partners, and eats an awful lot of red meat, yet his youthful good looks never fade. He has few troubles that an hour's nap and a good steak at Elaine's can't fix. The book is a good, quick, mindless read when you need some red-blooded diversion. Aug 07, O'Dell Isaac rated it liked it.
I picked up Lucid Intervals, Stuart Woods' eighteenth entry in the Stone Barrington series, because I remembered enjoying the Barrington books, years ago. I also enjoyed cotton candy, once upon a time, but I no longer do.