“A sizzling narrative…Follett is a master.”—Time
“A literally earth-shaking confrontation.”—The New York Times
“Masterful…first class…a grand slam home run.”—The Philadelphia Inquirer --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
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Slow at points but if you stick with the story it brings you in and keeps you in.Published 2 days ago by Henry M
It was an interesting story, nice trhiller keeps you reading.Published 18 days ago by Raquel Alperstein
As with all his books, follett uses historical events that makes her s books interesting. However, three people that meet and all become spies for enemy countries is too far... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Kimmig1
Hard to read difficult ,at times very boring over all I did not like this book and I will never buy this writer books again
Too much in book not important writer to much out... Read more
Follett sticks true to his winning formula in this spy novel with its climax in the high seas. Great and fast read.Published 2 months ago by Andrew Wright
Even if a reader is not well-versed in Ken Follett books, this book still proves an enjoyable adventure from the 1960s. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Meghan
I am a Big Ken Follet follower I like this book it was fast-moving and covered a lot of different subjects I had not read about. the characters were somewhat believable. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Irene Allen
Usual Ken Follett - Excellent story but too much graphic sexSpy menage a troisPublished 2 months ago by Edward P. Allen