I have come to believe that Jeffery Archer is a master of the cliff hanger, and the one at the end of this book is a kin to the season finale of Dallas when the question on everyone’s mind was “Who shot JR.” We are now to the mid-1950s in this continuation of the Clifton/Barrington family saga, and it just goes on an on. I have no idea why I am so taken with this series, but it is a bit like being stuck on a roller coaster ride that never comes to an end, and I don’t want it to. Archer is so popular that I have had to put the next two installments on hold at my online library. I’m next in line for #4 and 4th in line for #5. So I must needs move on to something else in the meantime which is somewhat irritating. Another excellent installment. 5 stars.
After reading the reviews I was in 2 minds wether to purchase this book or not as I had so enjoyed the first 2 books
And it seemed many were not happy with book 3.
I am so glad I did I found it a great read not quite like the first 2 but it has its own tempo and the narrator is amazing I feel he adds so much to this series , granted the plot is sort of rehashed in some ways , but still i am enjoying it and will keep going with book 4 and 5.
This "trilogy" showed such promise but died somewhere in the second book. I agree with some other listeners that characters were not sufficiently developed and the book ended more abruptly than any book I've ever read. Very disappointed.
Third book in the Harry Clifton Chronicles. I loved the other two previous books. This one continues the magic. If you love a character-driven, subtle action series this is it- super. The voice actor was amazing as well with very easy and quick changes male/female and regional accents.
I disagree with other reviewer. Plot has lots twist and turns...nice development of characters.and not predictable. I recommend reading in order to understand all characters.
It's always a treat watching the characters grow up. Even though they are pretty static, what they say and do is always entertaining. Of course, I'm such a fan of Archer and his ability to carry a story over decades.