|Amazon Price||New from||Used from|
John Le Carré put together a masterful story with which to say goodbye to his antihero George Smiley. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Miriam K. Campbell
The story unspools slowly, and the author savors the meandering journey. While I was reading it, I was relaxed just to thinking about it, like a long walk on a cool, breezy day.Published 1 month ago by joseph cox
A wonderful tale, with detailed characterizations.
Le Carre keeps you interested all the way to the end.
Great adventure. I had some difficulty keeping all the players straight. I retraced my steps several times to ensure I was following the plot correctly. Very satisfying.Published 1 month ago by Deborah M.
I've read books by Mr. Le Carre in the past, but not recently. So I found "Smiley's People" to be a very difficult book. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mac Frampton
Le Carre is a very good writer, whose books transcend the often pulpy genre of the spy novel. This book is about the aging of the central characters and of the Cold War in... Read morePublished 2 months ago by CJA
A great culmination to the Karla trilogy.
I really enjoyed this one. Smiley at his best using all of his cunning and foresight.