This is another excellent work by Daniel Silva. The stories are intoxicating. This is my second time through the series (and therefore no waiting for the next book) and they are still wonderful. There's not as much action in this book but that doesn't lessen the enjoyment.
I liked the way Simon Vance read most of the voices in this book but there are still some pronunciation errors that are distracting. If I had one complaint about the series it's that there is no consistency in narrators. I wish there was one narrator for all the books. I still love them though.
This novel added to my depth of understanding of the current conflicts in the Middle East. The books are so well written! Gabriel continues to get better, as well as Sharon.
Of current writers in this genre, Silva is the best at keeping the plot threads moving along with great clarity--his writing is like great counterpoint!
The plot has too many holes and departs too far from any realistic view of the world. Little about the book is believable.
Mature, weak on females
Simon Vance is an excellent reader, except his portrayal of Chiarra was misguided. He made her sound like she was an immature, innocent fool, something she is not.
Maggie in Boise
Probably not. It would be more productive to move on to another in the series, which I reslly enjoy
How can I not choose Gabriel.
I started this series with The Heist, which is the most recent. I worked back from there and have listened to 4 or 5 of them. I enjoy them all. I've also learned quite a bit about politics in the middle Eadt- and the Israeli intelligence.
The book, YES! The narrator, NO...not for this series. There was very little distinction between the various characters or even by gender. After the first chapter you should know which character is speaking, not so with Mr. Vance.
Only after listening to a sample.
Commuting and writing from Northern California.
If you like "Homeland" from HBO/Showtime, you will like this book. It's complicated and the reader has excellent dialect.
Don't bother. Try a different book. Nothing else to say, but I can't publish until I get to 15 words.
I listen to Daniel Silva any time I get a chance. I usually don't read them again very soon
because I already know the story line and probably won't read it again for a few years.
He is very detailed and I am not always familiar with the language parts. I have to pay attention to keep on track with what is going on and he names of the people involved
No, not that I recall
Not till I finish book.