I keep ordering and listing to WEB Griffin’s books knowing most of it will be full of history trivia of WWII. Now that he’s teamed up with his son it seems like they’re collaboration is producing more history and less action
The most interesting part of the story line to me is a glimpse into how well a small country like Great Britain dealt with the daily bombings and it’s major overall contribution to WWII.
Some of the characters in the story are not very believable.
Delivers trivia well.
To question why more citizens of Germany didn’t do more to stop the evil that was done to so many innocent people of the world based on the leadership of a crazy man.
I will probably continue to purchase future books written by the father and son team. I'm not sure I will outlive the farther but I wonder what a story would be like without his influence.
Good character development for future stories.
I found the interworking of the secret service to be of interest.
McLarty and Cassidy performed well together.
Moves along at a good pace and the story kept my interest.
I've already purchased Hour Game which is the next book in the series.
A common thread that would have connected the story line.
Normally I can follow a le Carre plot but not this one and I've either read or listened to 6 or 7of his books. I’m not sure I will spend my money on another. I think I’ll return this one for credit. I’m very sorry I wasted my time.
Don't know how he followed the plot.
Always love how le Carre expresses the snobbery of the upper class Brits.
Don't waste your time on this one.
Dan Brown seems to be incredibly knowledgeable regarding the Catholic Religion, Rome and The Vatican. It was an interest in the details that kept me invested for over 13 hours of listening. This story line however; is so farfetched it borders on the ridicules.
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