Bare Bones

Bare Bones

I really enjoy reading Kathy Reichs' books and after finishing Bare Bones I can safely say that this is one of her best. There are multiple twists to the plot, each chapter, seemingly, ends with some sort of cliff hanger and I always close the book having learnt a little more about forensic anthropology. But, I find that having read chapters 1 to 35 that chapter 36, where all the loose ends are tied, is a bit of an anti-climax. That the chase is better than the catch. Even now I can remember all the major incidents that occurred throughout the plot but not who did what. I remember thinking in chapter 35 that Tempe wasn’t going to make it. Maybe I should re-read chapter 36 again.

  • Reviewed on Friday, 08 July 2005
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