©2002 Daniel Silva; (P)2002 Books on Tape, Inc.
"A thriller that entertains as well as enlightens." (Orlando Sentinel)
"Superbly crafted thriller." (Publishers Weekly)
Suspenseful Silva thriller with interesting insight into Switzerland 's not so well known involvement with Nazi Germany during WWII. Easy read that holds your interest throughout.
Not Silva's best Gabriel Allon but quite entertaining. Lee's Israeli accent needed work (sounds too mittel European).
This is a great audiobook, gripping and very well read by John Lee. I listen in the car, and had that feeling more than once that my destination was approaching too fast. Time, I need more time. Can't stop listening now!
Terrible book. I cringed throughout. The dialogue and writing were so predictable and formula. Who gives these books 5 stars?
I enjoyed the story, but sometimes too much explanation and I would lose the momentum of the action. The reader is ok, but again slow.......
Understanding the intriguing plot was fun, because of excessive explanations I tended to lose interest at times and would have to replay a segment as I just knew I missed something.
Read a bit more upbeat
Could have been a bit shorter.....
If you're a fan of international espionage, you'll enjoy this. Lots of travel, intrigue and great characters.
Yes- I would . I love the lead character. However the plot was not as powerful as I thought it would be. It was a good story line... interesting.. and with a lot of movement. It is nice that Daniel has a way of keeping his characters varied but simple ... so one does not get too lost with them and in them...
most of his scenes are very descriptive and so very enjoyable..
Not really.. it had a good ending. :)
Looking forward to my next listen ...
something with more likeable characters
I don't think the problem was with the narrator as much as the story itself
I didn't like any of them
I only listened to the first 8 chapters, then I just gave up out of boredom
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