I haven't read the print version, but I think the audio edition is excellent in regards to adding suspense to the story.
Yes, It jumped around but tied everything in together
Not really, I enjoyed the entire book
I discovered Daniel Silva's series several years ago and went back and read all of the earlier books. When I saw the author on Morning Joe, where I find out about a lot of great books, I instantly signed on and bought the Audible version. Fantastic, engrossing story and performance, as always...
Historical background with a great story, narrated by an excellent reader.
Gabriel Allon and Ari Shamron
Action drama with great story line.
Can't wait for the next one.
author & web developer
One of Silva's best, for sure. Loved the archaeology. Loved the characters. Loved the plot. Loved the reader. Don't hesitate on this one.
Intriguing action thriller
Yes, multiple suspenseful action sequences.
George uses great voices and inflections making every spy thriller he reads more enjoyable.
Israeli spy thriller combined with interesting insights on Middle East.
A master piece.
All of them. The man can do accents quite well.
Reading the other Daniel Silva books would help, but this can also be read as a stand-alone.
If you like spy/mystery novels, you will love the stories about the former Mossad agent who is also an art restorer. It helps if you also like art since there is always a connection to a piece of art, either real or imagined.
Not the best of the series, but a must if you enjoy the series.
Gabriel, of course
You just grow to love the characters, it always leaves you wanting more.
Interesting, informative, pleasurable
Silva is a great story-teller mixing history with engaging characters and a suspenseful story line.
I no longer live in Worcester. I now live in Brooklyn, NY.
The first part of the book was up to my expectations, but on the whole, this was my least favorite in the series.