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Fast paced and full of action -- some great twists and turns with a good ending.
It's a good story and as always with Frederick Forsyth, well written and very well researched, but I found it a bit predictable.
I've read every single one of Frederick Forsyth's books, and this one is definitely one of his best.
It could be argued that Frederick Forsyth is the Orson Welles of novelists - starting off with a masterpiece (The Day of the Jackal being the literary equivalent of Citizen Kane)... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Katieboots
Its an OK read but was expecting a lot more from a Frederick Forsyth Novel. No where closer to 'Day of the Jackal'. Lacks the build up to the key characters.Published 4 days ago by Gabbar
Well-written and probably too close to truth to be comfortable. It shows how fragile and interconnected our world is in this age of instant global communication, and inability to... Read morePublished 4 days ago by PSOUTH
Pretty much of a formula book with a spy/soldier and a teenage hacker matching wits with the bad guys.Published 4 days ago by RLA