A minister I respect told me about this book. I can say two very important things. There were parts of the languge that was phrased such that I have memorized it and that other ideas from the book have stayed with me and shaped my thinking.
there are some interesting parts but this book could have been half the length and still told the story
I think that this book is worth reading. It is not the most interesting reading even though the story it tells is in fact interesting.
I always enjoy reading Dick Francis, even if it feels alot like eating potato chips, not very filling.
I spend some time in Cuba and this book does a good job of capturing what I have seen. I think Hemingway can be very good or very bad and this falls in the middle.
This is a book I got very little out of reading. It did not make me think at all.
the usual solid plot and characters you find with Baldacci
I don't come away from these books with a great deal that I remember but the book is generally interesting and it is an important subject.
not the most interesting or compelling book
Lewis captures what it is like to lose someone that you passionately love. This is not a theoretical book but a description of very personal feelings.
I generally think of Margolin as better on action that character development. Here he brings back an old character which is good for a writer who does not emphasize this aspect as you already feel you know them a little. He then goes on to add some of interesting characters. Still, there are some believability flaws and the action is what keeps you reading.
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