Book Review: ‘The Cabinet Of Dr. Leng: An Agent Pendergast Novel’ By Douglas Preston And Lincoln Child

The 21st novel in the series is a nail-biting, suspenseful novel, that keeps you on the edge of your seat. At the end of the last book, Constance left for 1880 in the alternate world of New York. The time machine broke down, and there’s no way for her to get back or for Pendergast to get to her, leaving him moody and depressed. She’s off to save her family in that world, and to destroy Dr. Leng, like she did in this world. But Pendergast is not giving up, and where there’s a will, there’s a way. And soon he comes up with a plan, but like all plans they don’t go according to plan, and things go very wrong, and it sets up the next novel with a big cliffhanger ending. Once again, Preston and Child have outdone themselves, and my only complaint is having to wait for the next novel!!!!

You can pick up the book in stores on Tuesday, January 17th from Grand Central.

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