This audio collection contains three fantanstic novels that are sure to please avid fans and new listeners alike.... And at such a great value, too! This value collection is priced at over 50% off the retail price of the individual audiobooks. The Ken Follett Value Collection contains three of his novels: Hammer of Eden, The Third Twin, and A Place Called Freedom read by Anthony Heald, Diane Verona, and Victor Garber respectively.... Suspense at its best!
©1996, 1997, 1999 Ken Follett (P)1998 Random House Audio
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Ken does it again with three great stories,the first is A Place Called Freedom.An Irish man named Mac has a hard time staying a free man.. Finally he ends up in Virginia, can Mac leave the past in the past? Then the next book is The Third Twin, more like a Clancy book. Probably the worst of the three but still good.This book is about a rape case,a shut book guilty by DNA but it wasn't him? When you find out someone else has the same DNA as you and a twin its a bad day but 3,4,5,6,,!!The last book is Hammer of Eden #2 out of the 3,You have a cult group of hippies threatening to cause mass earthquakes if the government doesn't listen to their demands..But their is a FBI agent named Judy one step in front of them at all times...
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This anthology of abridged books contained a good mix of stories, each completely different so you don’t feel like you are reading the same book 3 times.
A Place Called Freedom:
Too bad it was abridged!! I thought it was great and I would have loved the story to be filled out a little more. As it stands I felt like I just skimmed the highlights. It reminded me of how much I enjoy books like Ken Follett’s “Pillars of the Earth” and various other stories written by Jeffrey Archer. I am left wanting more.
The Third Twin:
I am not disappointed it was abridged. Sure, the story was interesting and suspenseful, but at the same time it seemed dated and I feel like I have read/seen this plot before in countless books and movies. Been there, done that. Perhaps this is the book that started the trend? I’m sure when it was first released it was a page turner, but some stories don’t hold up over time. I’m glad it was short.
The Hammer of Eden:
The plot was interesting, but so preposterous that I would not have wanted to read the full length book. In this case, the abridged version is the way to go; get right to the point.
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