© 2003 Daniel Silva; (P) 2003 Books on Tape, Inc.
"Silva...writes with the atmospheric grace and whiplash tension of le Carre." (Booklist)
As usual, I could barely set my IPOD down as I got caught up in the action. What I especially like about Daniel Silva's books is the enlightenment about little known historical events and behind the scene intrigue.
Of course, names and places are changed to build the entire story, but I had little knowledge of the involvement of the Vatican in the "Jewish Solution". While I'm not Jewish, this subject is always relevant especially in light of current events.
I also hope this newest love interest works out for Gabriel. He deserves a good woman.
I thought this book was near perfect in terms of its suspense, its relevancy, it's charActers, its descriptions. I also thought john lee did a great job of simulating Israeli, Italian and German accents. In sum, for most of the reading my husband and I were spellbound.
Reader, John Lee, makes the story. Lots of fun. The accents of the reader are fun, and I prefer Audible to Kindle because the names are hard to pronounce
Daniel Silva is fast becoming my favorite author. Gabriel Allyon is the perfect protagonist. I felt like I was in the Vatican Square
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