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I wait patiently for each of his books over the years and devour them as they are released. I am never disappointed until the end when there is no more pages. This last one was a 5 star Michelin masterpiece. And now I sadly place it down amongst its great brothers and sisters on my all star shelf. Thank you again Daniel.
Fantastic. Couldn't put it down.
Daniel Silva does a great deal of research for his books and they are always entertaining and exciting.
Mediocre at best. Disappointing read.
I had so looked forward to reading this latest Gabriel Allon adventure but I am sorry to say I am disappointed. I was not as captivated by this book as I have been by the other ones in this series. I was rather bored and this book is, for me, a disappointment. I do not understand the high praise a lot of the other reviewers gave. Perhaps my expectations were too high.
I have read them all - all of Daniel Silva’s books; and my
imagination is captured by Gabriel Allon’s epic journeys.
I sense in this latest book that Silva may be planning to
phase out our hero. I hope that isn’t so. Our hero should not continue to age - no older than 55, certainly. And he must
cease complaining about aches and pains. Hopefully, the
next in this encompassing series will cure the Israeli-
American-British rift. And art and travel must always play a
permanent role. All-engrossing, fast-paced, familiar
characters - always a great read.
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Wordy, dense, dark and a slow read, it is a long slow burn to the end. Well researched, contemporary, and important, it felt rather profound and timely. Keep them coming Daniel!