What I’ve Read : The 6:20 Man by David Baldacci

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Hi friends! Today’s book review is for The 6:20 Man by David Baldacci.

*Disclaimer : I received a copy of this ebook for free from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

The 6:20 Man tells a story of Travis Devine, ex-Army, now working in a major finance company. When another employee of the same company ends up dead of a suspected suicide, Travis’ life starts to implode a little bit.

Caught on camera, and his key card in use – he seems to be a viable suspect in multiple crimes. But all is not as it seems.

More deaths, secret codes and more money than someone could count – this book has a lot of exciting elements.

Not gonna lie though, this was a slow starter for me. Like, real slow.

The story was interesting enough, but I didn’t feel an urgency to find out what was happening until about halfway through. I’m please to report that the second half made the story a must finish book, which was nice.

Travis, urged on by some secret government types starts doing a little investigating of his own. But he’s got to be quick because he might be the next to wind up dead.

The ending of The 6:20 Man took me by surprise, and the way all the ends tied up was pretty satisfying.

Because it started so slow, I give this one 3.5 – rounded to 4 stars.

If you’ve read The 6:20 Man let me know in the comments what you thought of it.

One thought on “What I’ve Read : The 6:20 Man by David Baldacci

  1. I just finished this book and I agree with the slow start. It almost made me put it down but, I persevered and the m glad I did. I did NOT see the end coming. I made a lot of guesses but none of them hit the nail on the head. Overall it was a great book. Definitely a 4 star read.

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