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I had remembered seeing the movie, realizing it was an old novel I read it and was pleased with the writing and story. Going to read the second book in the trilogy next. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Dee Clark
Interesting to think about the timing of the whole thing. It came out early in the war, and while it clearly plays to the time, it also predicts the spy as hero, and stratagem as a... Read morePublished 8 days ago by David Litster
"The Thirty-Nine Steps" is one of the earliest examples of the "man-on-the-run" thriller archetype, subsequently adopted by Hollywood as an oft-used plot device. Read morePublished 27 days ago by HH
I liked it because I like the time period. My book club members thought it was too predictable.Published 1 month ago by Ebbecke
A great yarn. Interesting to read the book and view the two films made of The Thirty Nine Steps.Published 1 month ago by Heather
Hard to say anything about this classic that hasn't already been said before. If you like the 'spy' genre, read it.Published 2 months ago by Michael Gardner