The women were not at all endearing. I felt they were all three entitled, spoiled and self-absorbed. I learned nothing from any of them about how to fight. They weren't heroic to me, which is odd because from listening to the interview with Mr. Greenberg, it would seem that his inspiration for this novel was a tremendous woman.
The genre - you mean books "written" by "celebrities" because they think they are entitled to use their name to sell a cause? No, not really. I actually thought I could learn a little about the author by listening to the book, and I guess I did.
Marie was the best character in the book (unselfish!!!) and Ms. Gilbert really brought her to life.
The only redeeming quality was that proceeds from the book go to a good cause.
As good as any of the spy stories I've heard.
Plot definitely kept me on the edge. It wasn't completely predictable and the dynamic between the two main characters was great.
They seem to really understand the characters.
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