I look forward to Daniel Silva's novels. I love Gabriel and the crew. I thought the narration was terrific. I don't know what these people are talking about. I thought this was his best book ever.
Starts with a male narrator then goes to the worst female narrator I've EVER heard. It's like she's from another era. I can't get past her voice. Going to ask to return it.
The Story was very good but I'm taking the time to write a review because normally I don't like female narrators. However, Ribeca Gibel is the best I have ever heard! If I see her name again as a narrator I'll check out that book.
Best female narrator I've heard.
A real pageturner
Kat. She is a really good heroine.
This book was one of the more entertaining books I've read in a long time. It was good storytelling and I didn't have to become a philosophizer to enjoy it lol.
Yes because she writes well. It's just that this concept would put two people in asylums in real life, and one behind bars at least.
No. It began to get very frustrating.
Yes, with a different ending. The level of "Sickness" on a psychological level was really disturbing. It wasn't really believable that any man would stay and also that any woman could get away with this.
I understand it on a deeper level, but…It gives me a hopeless feeling about the state of humanity. Also, really, if you looked into her past you would realize that the vindictive things she pulled before would tend to make anyone but the dumbest police investigators suspicious. So there were plenty flaws in this story.
Hard to pinpoint.
Virgil's sense of humor is always something to look forward to.
Ma is awesome.
If someone else would have read it for him so it didn't come off so self-serving.
Not have bragged so much.
I don't know.
Yes. It showed what you can become when your ego runs rampant
Wish he would go away.
Yes. He should have written a Harry Hole book!
Harry Hole was missing in action most of the time.
No. Not this book.
I was surprised at this book. I think he just wrote it as a filler for the money. It's like he didn't take the time. If he's going to put the Harry Hole brand on it, then let him write a Harry Hole novel.
The easy way the explanation of the history of Zionism and the State of Israel came into being.
How the Jews took a desert and grew roses in it. Yes, there were other people in that land, but nothing was being done there. It was basically a wasteland, but this author doesn't say that. He has tremendous respect for the Palestinians.
His voice. He has so much personal history in just who he is. After all, his Great Grandfather was one of the founders of the Zionist movement so to speak and he has so much empathy for what is going on in Israel. It's such a balanced view.
Yes. It made me feel "Bitter sweet."
Probably the best book I've read about Israel and the Palestinian situation. It was an amazing experience.
Yes. I liked the characters and the plot.
The whole book was good.
Neither. Just right.
Just that I wish it were an on going series.
Gray man rocks.
Gray man getting out of situations.
In a way, they made Gray man come off a little stupid about some things in this one but still, I suspended my imagination and hope in the next one he will be more on point :-)
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