On the run and desperate to evade the law, the Jackson Moores decide to take to the road and take the law with them, in the shape of an old friend. But this time something has changed. This time there is a significance to the set-up that is oddly revealing, and more than a little reminiscent of their relationship with Ian, their bête noir, ever-present in this volume in hiOn the run and desperate to evade the law, the Jackson Moores decide to take to the road and take the law with them, in the shape of an old friend. But this time something has changed. This time there is a significance to the set-up that is oddly revealing, and more than a little reminiscent of their relationship with Ian, their bête noir, ever-present in this volume in his guise as Banquo's ghost. Perhaps stirred by Macbethian guilt, life on the road becomes one long confessional, and as the wheels spin and the race gets narrower and tighter, truths come out that can no longer be hidden, not even by the sinister, hypnotic shadow-light of nights spun out across the endless motorways of Britain. Darker, more disturbing and more revelatory than anything that has gone before, DANNY 2.3 is the final part of this journey for our heroes. In more ways than one......
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Road Movie Reviews
I have to find out what's the final conclusion. Hope John wakes up once and for all. Stop being a fool! This is by far one of the most intriguing trilogies I've ever read.
I liked this 4th book in the Danny series, but not as much as the previous books. I am not quite so in love with Danny in this book. I feel pretty much the same about John(sort of a love/hate thing). I thought there was a bit too much sex between Danny/John, Danny/Sutherland, John/Sutherland, Danny/John/Sutherland. I also thought the story got bogged down with the telling of John's past relationship with Danny via Sutherland asking John questions on their long car rides in this book. It also got bogged down with the reading of Ian's "Diary of Lies" by John as well as the reader getting John's version of basically the same stuff. Anyway, there seemed to be a lot of repeated material in this book. We are also left with a cliffhanger, because when we leave Danny and John, they are alone on a boat that is on autopilot, heading toward Rotterdam. I am pretty much convinced that both John and Danny are psychopaths(each in their own special way). I am hoping the rest of the series won't be downhill from here. I get the feeling that the author may have lost interest in this story and I didn't feel as though the plot went forward very much in the last third of the book. I also can't figure out why the author had Stephen commit suicide. This was a big shocker and there were no hints that Stephen would ever consider suicide...why would he do this? Did the author have this happen so that Danny could be upset about it? I also was disappointed in the way Sutherland's character was made use of. Was he only there as a catalyst for John to tell about some of the things that happened in the past with Danny and Ian? It would seem so, because Sutherland just gave himself up to the police. And after that his character was used to throw the police off the trail of Danny and John.There were several unexplained events in this book and I have a feeling that they never will be explained. If they're not going to be explained, I will be really, really disappointed in how this series that had an excellent beginning and middle end could be ended in such a disappointing way.
Danny 2.3 Road Movie, is the forth (but thankfully not the last) installment of the Danny Quadrilogy, which really needs to be read in the right order, so if you haven't already, do yourself a favor and buy the first three right now. Road Movie is spectacular in its breathless pace and exciting revelations. I'm not going to summarize the plot as I don't want to give away too much. Much more than the other volumes, this reads like a psychological thriller. It keeps you guessing at every turn. Is one of the characters a psychotic killer or just a victim of his past? Do Ian's infamous diaries contain the truth or more lies? The tension (sexual and otherwise) is constant, running like electricity through the narrative. In between cinematic action scenes, there are quiet moments of confessions in the dark, which illuminate the main characters and their troubled childhood. As in all previous installments of this epic, intricate, spell-binding novel, the plot is completely unpredictable, takes sudden twists and turns, and ends leaving you panting for more.