the bank in KL
A very interesting look into the backgrounds for crime. How much does the author really know?
Ok story but far too many acronyms.they needed more explanation. The reader
was good though. I wanted more space
Less time spent on the technicalities of an amusement park and more on the characters.
Half of the characters can go.
The author is so wrapped up in the technicalities that the story does not get going until half way through the book.
Someone who wants a history of the area
I don't know. It was just not up to the standard that I expected.
He, too, sounded bored by the narration
I look forward to othe titles by the author
Once I got used to the switching of scenes, I enjoyed the climax, rather unsuspected on my part.
No because it does not put the effort into context with WW II.
No. It is not up to previous books by same author.
Not well spent. Too difficult to relate one chapter to another.
I like Bernard Cornwell and Lee Childs.
The narrator was awful, too many poor attempts at British accents, few of which were relevant. No explanation of why a Welsh accent should pop up in the middle of Northumbrian and Southern accents
I like fantasy as much as the next but I had trouble relating this to British history, clearly one of the attempts being made.
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