I’ve been out some time. Focusing on my sore neck rather than reading books. Now that I’m better, I went back to achieving my November goal. The next book on my list was Last Shot, the final part of the Tim Rackley series. After the great Troubleshooter, I was hoping for a great finish that could mount up to the spectacular Orphan X series. Here’s what I think of it.
I’ve been reading quite some Hurwitz books this year. The reason is that I had already read one or two before I found his Orphan X books. And they are awesome. That made me look towards a different series written by the same author. The Tim Rackley series, named after the main character, has shown potential but hadn’t yet gripped me like Orphan X did.
Yesterday, I was able to continue doing what has been on my mind for quite some time now. Instead of reading parts of a series spread out, when I want to, I’m now trying to read it sooner. That way I get the full experience of the series.
For that reason, I read The Program. It’s the second book in the Tim Rackley series I started reading a while ago. As I already pointed out, this series seems to lay out the foundation for Hurwitz’ Orphan X series. Which is fantastic, by the way. But now, are you ready? To… GET WITH THE PROGRAM.
I’m just kidding. I got no program for you. What I do have is a review!
After reading Orphan X and The Nowhere Man from Gregg Hurwitz, I decided to look at other series he’s written. And so I came along the Tim Rackley series. Now, I’ve always liked the books from Hurwitz. Even before I read his amazing Orphan X series. Here’s my review of The Kill Clause.