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If you enjoy novels where nothing is quite as it seems and they make you take a moment to wonder about the world around you and the secrets you do not know, this book will surely be one you want to add to your collection.
The main character in this novel is one that you are unlikely to forget once you have been introduced. I appreciated that the author was careful to pay attention to detail without over-explaining to the reader. Anthony R. Howard clearly wrote this book for an intelligent audience, and allows the reader to explore the story and come to their own conclusions without constantly reinforcing the finer points, which I liked very much.
This is a quick paced story with a lot of intensity. If you are a fan of films, television shows and other books that deal with political rivalries, spies and the like, then you will want to read this book.
The novel is rather technical at certain points and does go into a lot of detail, but I found that useful in such a complex story. Overall, this was a great book and I'm happy to have had the chance to read it.
This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author in exchange for an unbiased review. All opinions are my own.
The invisible enemy II vendetta
I like that this sequel didn't "cheat". It picked up exactly where the first book left off (save for a quick recap which i didn't need), with the characters and the plot intact. it also examines a bit more of the characters personalities which was a bit different than the first book, which focused on the action, the missions, and building a good story. There is still a lot of action, but we get to know the personalities of the spies outside of the focused missions. There are also some very good twists in the plot that were unforeseeable (a good thing) and I found this book to be a good ride based on the continuation of the same exciting plot, while still adding twists to keep me guessing. There is not much chance for the reader to breathe as the assassins chase the spies and vice-versa. Overall a great reading experience.
Anyone who is looking for a good spy novel would really enjoy this book. It has all the elements that would keep that type of reader hooked to the pages between this book. In that, the book is as exciting as it is difficult to follow at times. The fact that there is a organizational map in the back of the book should have clued me into the fact that it would be hard at times to follow the hierarchy that even some of the main characters were aloof to. The book was well written, but kept me from being in complete awe do to the fact that there was so much to understand in order to truly grasp the concept of the novel.