Jack Higgins Message Board
Jim posts on 2/4/2012 4:54:08 PM
Bad Company started with great characters and plot, but then sank beneath the waves of predictability and wooden, tough guy dialog. I get the feeling that Higgens lost interest and forced himself to finish the novel, as did I.
Not up to his usual standards at all.
Anita posts on 6/21/2007 8:20:52 AM
If Higgins does not write more books with Blake Johnson,and Sean Dillon,I too, am done reading Higgins.Those are his best books
Cisco posts on 8/26/2005 7:59:45 PM
An awful book: wooden dialog, puppet characters, and a plot as complex as mud.
Sunil posts on 7/9/2005 11:07:28 AM
I wonder whether Jack Higgins is planning to finish off Dillion and Salter.If so i dont want to read the book
Tommy Atkins posts on 7/4/2005 1:33:56 PM
Look at Jack's homepage and you'll find all the books that involve Sean Dillon, unfortunatley this site will not let me post the list. Without Mercy is the next book to feature the loveable rouge Sean, so up town to my local bookstore I must go.
jason whitehead posts on 4/19/2005 7:14:01 AM
could anyone tell me how many novels sean dillion has been in, and their titles. i'm not too sure which ones i'v read. thanx.
Andrew posts on 1/22/2005 6:32:15 PM
Jack Higgins is one of my favorite authors.I have read almost all his books and can't get enough of them.Good Company had suspense but was a bit too predictable I found near the end.But I still loved it and read it in 24 hours.I'm looking forward to reading Dark Justice though I hear it sees the demise of one of Dillons crew.It should be exceptional as well though so I'm looking forward to getting a copy of it.
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