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The story flows very well and the characters are interesting and plausible.
The characters seemed too often one-dimensional, the dialogue implausible and artificial, and the conclusion muddled and just not fully credible.
That's what Ignatius portrays so well in his books, as well as his intimate knowledge of the Middle East.
If the reader follows the news in either the Middle East and Pakistan and Afghanistan, you will learn a great deal and acquire a better understanding of what is currently... Read morePublished 1 month ago by SLSchroeder
Like all his books, David Ignatius, keeps your interest aroused all through his book. Very interesting style of writing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rosette Obeid
An insightful, complex thriller with an unpredictable and entirely plausible plot.Outstanding!Published 4 months ago by Carla Norton
Great espionage stuff. This is what I like to read and Ignatius does it very wellPublished 4 months ago by gloria faylor
Very realistic given current situation in Afghanistan and the secret criminal activities of the CIA. Not just a novel but a provocative piece of writingPublished 4 months ago by Gary B. Rhodes
After devouring The Director, I am an admitted fan of David Ignatius.
BLOODMONEY is a spellbinding, torrid, breathtaking journey submerged in... Read more
This is my second Ignatius book and o liked this one better than the Director.i found the historical passages on Pakistan and Pashtun culture fascinating. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Michael E. Pressman
I thought the attention to surroundings in the different locals in which the action occurs was rewarding especially in London and in Kew Gardens.Published 6 months ago by Paul Berg