My rating: 1 of 5 stars
There isn’t a cliche in the world that David Baldacci doesn’t hit in this book. Leaden prose, two-dimensional characters, the standard retired-super-soldier-with-secret-past plot…. this is Lee Child for the silver set, so greyishly familiar and just downright stupid that it might be the first novel to pass the Turing Test, it’s so hard to believe it was written by a human author and didn’t, somehow, write itself from a few choice prompts. Don’t bother.