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Midnight in Europe is an enjoyable pre war novel from Mr. Furst.
I kept reading, thinking surely something that a reader might care about would happen, and then suddenly realized that I was only 30 pages from the end.
The plot is weak and too implausible to be believed, and the characters are all one-dimensional.
Well written as usual but characters seem one dimensional. Plot seems rushed and unfinished as if Furst got bored with it half way.Published 9 hours ago by Tallperson
Alan Furst's books are unpredictable and you do not want to put the book down.Published 1 day ago by Joleen
Terrific story, as expected from this accomplished author. Great development of the spy / con tactics, with sweet humanitarian particulars applied to the central characters.Published 3 days ago by Virginia Westbrook
Fast moving, well written,good character development, interesting historical novel. Good story about supplying arms to Republican Army of Spain before WWIIPublished 4 days ago by J. Condon
I have read other books by this author and liked them much better. Just not as compelling as his other stories.Published 5 days ago by Victoria
Words do not flow through this book. It sounds stilted and a bit of a slog. Interesting story. Almost time in history.Published 6 days ago by Michael A Musen
I am a diehard Alan Furst fan. I've read all of his books.
While I don't think this is one of his better ones, I still enjoyed it very much.
A very slow moving novel with very little action or tension that focuses on two men in Paris -- Mr. Furst's favorite haunt -- who are trying to buy weapons for the government... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Richard C. Gross