Thursday, October 23, 2008

Book 68 of 52 -- Kathy Reichs' Fatal Voyage

Having finished FATAL VOYAGE, all i could think of was how had I gone so long without discovering this author?

Great characters, especially Tempe Brennan who is constantly making smart remarks or thinking smart remarks and keeping them to herself.

The story is told in first person from the point of view of Temperance, who is called in to help identify the bodies of people who died in a plane crash.

Without giving too much away, Brennan comes across some bones that don't belong to any of the crash victims and the plot takes off from there. We get a secret society, cover ups from high ranking officials and international implications. Kathy Reichs keeps the plot moving nicely although some of the forensic information was a little too deep for my brain cells to process.

Good plot, great characters and fun to read.

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