Break No Bones

break no bonesI think it was quite appropriate that I was reading this and watching the season premiere of Bones last night (even if the promo wayyyy oversold it). Especially as there's a blurb about Bones at the end of Break No Bones. For those you who don't know, Bones is based on Kathy Reichs' real life work. The name of the character in the show and in the book is the same but they are essentially two different characters. Confused yet? lol

Ok, back to Break No Bones. I have to say I liked this one much more than her last book. I just wasn't into the plot last time.

I don't know what else to say about it. As usual the individual cases were interesting and I learned something as I usually do (I briefly considered forensic anthropology but concluded it wasn't for me although I have a huge amount of respect for those that do practice in the field). The plot was rather predictable but they usually are for this genre. Tempe has more lives than a cat. Tempe and Ryan are still dancing around the outskirts of a real relationship. There was a bit of extra tension this time round as Pete was there on the sidelines. Not really much that's new but all the same I'm sure I'll read the next book when it comes out next summer.