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The newest book from New York Times bestselling author, The Travelers by Chris Pavone is a fast pace international spy thriller. Will Rhodes is like most Americans -- newly married at a job where he can barely make ends meet. As each day passes, Will contemplates his life, did he marry the right woman and should he switch career paths? On one of his assignments, he becomes entrance with a fellow travel writer and finds it hard to stop thinking about her. After a series of bad decisions, Will is thrown into one dangerous situation after another. It becomes very clear that he can't trust anyone and everyone has a secret they are willing to kill for.
While, the book was a page turner; I found some parts to be boring. The characters were realistic and fully developed but I can't say I was rooting for any of them. Almost half way thorough the book, you start to realize where the book is handing and the plot becomes predictable. A good read if you are a fan of the genre/author but I wouldn't see myself rereading this book again.
**Disclosure - I received a free copy of this book for my honest opinion**