Although the story was wonderful, I miss Phil Gigante. He was Gabriel Alon, and no reader can take his place.
Not only does DeMille bring you an action packed John Corey/Kate Mayfield story, you get an incredible history lesson of Yenen. As always, Corey is ruthless and quite amusing. Scott Brick is the only one to read this! Twenty one hours and I hated to see it end!
This was a very well written book with many twists, hard to turn off. Grover Gardner really brought it to life.
My husband (who only reads nonfiction) and I are currently listening to The Survivor. We take trips in our car, and dream up places to go, just to listen to this book. It's outstanding!!
A journey through a dreamstate. A foreign country where words flow from a gentle waterfall of images of a fantasy New Orleans that may never have been, but surrounds you with a credible and meaningful reality that you hope will never end!
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