Narrator was great, I hated for the story to end. Very intricate plot. Captivating view of WW2 history.
Interesting, Intriguing, fascinating history.
I bought this book several years ago and listened to it, and then bought it again by mistake. But even after I realized that I had listened to it before, I still listened to the entire book again because it was so well written and so well narrated.
I love the last 150 years of history. Bully Pulpit and the Wilson biography absolute best!
One of the best suspense spy stories you'll find. The narrator's voices and accents are worth the price alone. Slightly disappointing ending but a wonderful listen nonetheless!
The ins and outs are not clearly resolved the story was compelling but overly contrived. It left me disappointed
Silva' s later books resolve much more satisfactory
I really wanted to like this book but I just kept hoping I would get to the end. The story was good but from knowing history, I knew what the end result was going to be. I wanted to get more wrapped up in the characters and the story. It had so much potential but just didn't come through. I wanted more and couldn't figure out what was missing until I next read a Margaret Atwood book. Her characters and the story was like pealing an onion. You kept getting more and more the more you pealed it back. The characters in this book were not filled out, they were too impersonal. I didn't care. I would have like the book to be shorter but deeper.
Quite a plot centered around the secret deception of D-day, 1944, the invasion of France. It was a plot that was believable and used actual characters and places so that the truth could hide in a novel. I found myself referring to internet sources to determine if the people in it were real or imaginary, so the book was well researched. By the end, the plot is so twisted that one wonders who, really, is the titled "unlikely spy."