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by James W. Hall

Vowing to save the endangered orangutan species while attempting to uncover the truth about her daughter's murder by a poacher's bullet, Allison Farleigh teams up with Thorn to expose an international conspiracy
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ISBN: 0783813686
ISBN13: 978-0783813684
Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
Author: James W. Hall
Language: English
Publisher: G K Hall & Co; Large Print edition (July 1, 1995)
Pages: 572 pages
ePUB size: 1930 kb
FB2 size: 1111 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 787
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Brick my own
I enjoy reading Hall, am only half way through the book though. This is a good vacation book, took it on my kindle on our last cruise, but have been too busy catching up to finish, sighhh, sadly. I would pass this along when finished if it were a paperback,
Hall has done it again with another page-turner based on excellent research. As an author of the "South Florida" genre I have a strong understanding of the area. Hall never fails in his accuracy and descriptions of flora and fauna, as well as providing a heck of a great tale. His characters are always three-dimensional and the concept/premise of this novel is outstanding. You can't go wrong with "Gone Wild."
Michael Reisig, author of "The Road To Key West"
This was my first James W. Hall book and I had higher expectations after reading the reviews about both the writer and the Thorn series. I wouldn't go so far as to say it was terrible but it seemed rather preposterous at times and it seemed like he was dragging the whole thing out much longer than necessary. It came off as dull and forces, which led to a disappointing experience throughout my reading of it. The only real bright spot might be some of the White Brothers shenanigans and the possibility that Thorn could be a relatively interesting character in the other books. Overall, the whole thing was rather predictable, far-fetched and the 'plot twists' were anything but surprising. Is it just me or are there too many 'Florida' writers these days with dull story lines, meagerly developed and relatively uninteresting characters and no real concept of good writing. Needless to say, I was pretty happy to finish the book and don't plan on reading any of Hall's other efforts.
The best of the Thorn novels yet. I look forward to more exciting adventures from Mr. Thorne.
We have a desperate need for tree huggers and bunny lovers in this world as too many endangered species just disappear at every moment. Too many of us sit idly by and enjoy our wonderful lives while disregarding what's going on around us. Mother Earth is he fragile dear and we also much preserve for future generations.
If you like animals, you'll hate parts of this book and the not-quite-humans who are the villains here. Thorne spends most of his time being beaten! Not my favorite Thorne story. If you like orangutans, this is for you.
Seems to me this book is not up too Hall's typical Thorn stories. Entertaining, but with Thorn himself having only a small role in the story, it was just not as interesting as other books in the series.
Thorn hardly has an active roll in this series. Hall has a uniques style of writing that keeps you interested.
I am a big James Hall fan and have read almost all his books. Actually turned on to him while I was living in the Keys just down the road from him. I love the Thorn character, but some of this was a bit of a stretch for me. Overall I enjoyed the book, just not one of my favorites from this author.