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I found myself a little disappointed in the characters' and plot's thinness.
This is an enthralling political thriller that is totally frightening because Robert Harris makes his basic premise believable.
I really enjoyed this book on so many levels (it kept me up late many a night while reading before bedtime).
Beautifully written, with an engaging and unique storyline that barely ever slows for a quick breath, once it takes off. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Erin Anne Beirne
I have always enjoyed Harris's historical fiction. This is a great story( pure fiction, but believable). Great suspense, well written as always. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J Michael McDade
Fun political mystery-thriller, tho strongly in either category. Thinly veiled story about a retired Tony Blair and his unflinching support for US policy (the political part). Read morePublished 3 months ago by UCLASteve
IN VIEW OF THIS COUNTRY'S INVOLVEMENT IN THE RECENT NSA AND OTHER SCANDALS, I CAN BELIEVE THAT SUCH AN OCCURENCE COULD HAPPEN!Published 4 months ago by William Davis
I bought this novel because I saw the Movie "the ghost writer"...... which was an incredible movie and I reccoment the movie to everyone.Published 4 months ago by Helen Summerbread
Lots of plot twists and turns written in Robert Harris' amazing style. I'm going to watch the movie version. I've shared this book with others and they've loved it, too.Published 4 months ago by Mary L. Hruby
For Anglophones and Ameriphones alike: what is really the relationship between 10 Downing and the White House!
Light but reviting read..... makes you think.
This wasn't a well thought out book, in my opinion, It started off as a fairly taut thriller and declined in prosaic description of landscape,states of mind and tepid sex. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Frank Maguire
Overall, I was disappointed by The Ghostwriter. Having read another Robert Harris title, Fatherland, I was expecting more oomph, more energy, in this one. Read morePublished 9 months ago by St. Louis Book Lover