RaveThe Newark Star-LedgerThis is great Coben. Even if we never see the characters again, that's fine. They're fully realized people and he had me guessing who did it until he was ready to reveal it … Maybe Nap does take more of a beating than anyone outside of a robot could endure. Coben weaves in twists and rich characters such as Andy Reeves, a strange melange of a dollar-store Liberace with a despot's appetite for torture. And that's just it with Coben, there are enough fun twists without being gimmicky. It's plotted, logical and incisive.
Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of DiscoveryScott Kelly
PositiveThe New York Daily NewsKelly, who holds the American record for the longest time in space, recounts his years as an astronaut, in the Navy and growing up in New Jersey in Endurance: A Year in Space, A Lifetime of Discovery ... There’s a sense of fun that comes through ... makes a point of staying clear of the political fray other than to say he did vote from space... His chapters about being in space begin with summaries of dreams and, like anyone’s, some of his are weird ... Kelly shares some very personal information ... And by the end, Kelly’s back on Earth, where he found he did have the right stuff.