Sequel to The Lion's Game
By Nelson DeMille
DeMille has brought back Federal Agent John Corey and his biggest
nemesis-The Lion-Asad Khalil. This time Khalil is making things
very personal based upon what happened last time. He is not going
to take any chances in getting his list of killings completed, with
the last being the murder of John Corey. Will Corey be able to find
and kill Khalil before the Task Force finds him and detains him,
or before Khalil kills the most important thing to Corey?
Nelson DeMille has done it again. The characterization of John Corey
continues to delight this reader, especially with the sarcastic
undertone of Corey’s thoughts and speech. The characterization
of the minor characters clearly haved their place in the story and
did not take away from Corey’s character or the action. The
adventure and suspense wais well done and it lastsed throughout
The Lion. Some of the action scenes could have been taken
by a movie, they arewere so animated. For example, trying to murder
someone while skydiving? Who would have thought of that?
Lion is a great sequel to The Lion’s Game by
DeMille. It is fast paced and will keep readers turning the page
quicker and quicker.