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The Soviet world as lived by real people shown through fiction. Fascinating and confounding. How did so many people fall into such a trap?Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Longer and messier than the first book, but still a fascinating and revealing story about events mostly unfamiliar to American readers.Published 1 month ago by Alex Blavatnik
Tom Rob Smith is quite the writer of an extremely engrossing story. I have been anxiously engulfed in his Child 44 Trilogy and cannot wait to experience the final book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jjjaffe1
This book was as captivating and thrilling as the first one. Very well written. I cannot wait to start the third one.Published 2 months ago by KW
Great sequel!! Thrilled just the same as child 44, but gave it only 4 stars because I gave Child 44 5 stars. StartingPublished 2 months ago by Brian Woodworth
Compared to Child 44 this was not an impressive book. It went on much longer than necessary and had a lot of unnecessary parts. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
Of the three excellent Demidov novels, this one may be the weakest. The first half and a bit completely held me, compulsively. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David J