Pretty pedestrian fare. Best to try his other offerings.
Average, pedestrian mystery that I would only suggest you read if you are interested in the Alaska setting.
Crazy fun; Scooby Doo meets Count Chocula.
Brin brewed up one fine cup of coffee, right until the end when he couldn’t resist stirring in some trite ideologies that left a touch of a bitter taste in my mouth.
Pitch-perfect debut thriller set on the campus of the best law school in the country where a young man learns what is really important in life.
Writing believable sex scenes is really, really, really hard. The duo known as “Christina Lauren” is very, very, very good at it. Really.
Armageddon in a bar in a Toronto airport hotel, a building resembling “the third-best restaurant in the fourth-largest city in Bulgaria”
Preternaturally calm, the main characters muse on faith, love, reality and the meaning of life.
Coupland is often derided as being derivative and predictable. Doesn’t matter. He seldom writes a bad book.