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"The fast-paced plot reflects Ludlum's genuine knack for constructing good stories�" (Booklist)
Excellent from beginning to end. The depiction of the main character running from rooftop to rooftop in Paris and street to street and through the the Moscow subway system was breathtaking. I could picture every step and every jump. The love story was great and I was surprised at the ending. Just loved it.
Being both a Ludlum fan and fan of WWII material, I thought this was a very good book. After having not read Ludlum for a few years, I was a little bit leery about his titles that were published after his death, but for me, this was pure Ludlum. I had just finished listening to The Janson Directive which was good, but the Tristan Betrayal was much closer to what I remembered from Ludlum. I had a hard time putting this one down and found myself taking the long-way to my destinations in my car to get to the next chapter. The reader also does a great job with all the different accents that make the book that more interesting. A definite read for Ludlum fans.
I have been a Ludlum fan for many years and this story didn't let me down. If you like a WWII spy novel you'll like this. I enjoyed the narrator also.This is just my fourth book I've listen to and he did a wonderful job keeping me interested in the characters and the feeling of the characters at all times.
Of all the books Robert Ludlum has written, this ranks among the best. The plot was excellent; he did a tremendous job in foreshadowing, as well as character development. I would highly recommend this book.
My first Robert Ludium book. I was not disappointed in the least. The writer has a way in sucking you in and holding you. The action and supense is there the whole way thru the book.
The narrator was first rate. He pulled off the 4 accents quite well.
This is a book that you should read.
The absolute best thing was the acting ability of the performer Paul Michael. The story itself was good but somewhat predictable, however, the acting made it so much more interesting.
No, as above, it was good but obvious in places.
All the foreigners. Michael's ability to do accents and read foreign languages well was superior.
No extreme reaction.
If I could've given Paul Michael a 6 I would have. He made the book worthwhile.
I have been reading Ludlam for years. He must be rolling in his grave. The plot was thin, the characters unbelievable and the last-second-pull-through-against-all-odds just not believable. There were so many holes, even I could have escaped through one of them. It kept my mind busy whilst I was gardening, but only just.
This book was difficult to finish. A disappointment, at best.
If our hero carried all the stuff he easily and handily pulls out of his overstuffed pockets and backpack, the weight of the stuff would hold him in place and the book would stop. The book is simply an expanded short story. Finally, the ending revelations only surprised the hero.
Pick any other Ludlum Title, because it is probably better.
as is expected of Ludlum, his books are all great. This Books no differant its full of detail about the end of the war and brings you back to live this books characters. the narrator is also excelant on all of Ludlums books
"Long and involved spy story with great narration"
A rollocking romp through second world war Paris, Moscow and Berlin, intertwined with a modern day plot. Plenty of action, plot twists and turns, and a bold story-line. Kept me absorbed through the whole recording. Brilliant narration and coverage of a wide range of accents with great authenticity. Recommended.
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