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Brilliant. Le Carre has taken things to another level with this eloquent, moving tale of our modern times.Published 21 days ago by Morris Bowie
Le Carre is great. My only complaint with this one is that the ending kind of trails off. I expected more, but I loved reading the story.Published 3 months ago by Harold Smoliar
David John Moore Cornwell, using the pen name John le Carre, has written so many exciting books that when I found this one in my local library I picked it up without hesitation. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Valerie Penny
Haunting, despairing behind-the-curtains look into the unpromising world of our multicultural world and international politic powers.Published 6 months ago by Annamaria Kontor
The Mission Song
John Le Carré
John Le Carré ( David John Moore Cromwell) began his literary career, not in the law as his lawless progenitor might... Read more
I am a great fan of LeCarré and have read all his books, many of them more than once. But the Mission Song is without a doubt his most boring work by far. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Brandon Jones
Well constructed story and told in an interesting manner. But it was slow and tedious for me. Way more detail on Congo and Africa than could hold my attention. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kent Holland