Das letzte Plädoyer
Publish date: 2011
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag GmbH
Pages no: 592
Edition language: Deutsch
This is Jeffrey Archer's take on The Count of Monte Cristo. The strength of this book lies in the court scenes between the MC lawyers, a father/son duo who believe their client's innocence, and the prosecutor. They are the strongest scenes in the book. It was OK. Archer is always an easy read...
“- My lord, if a man cannot express his honestly held views in the Central Criminal Court, perhaps you can advise me where else he is free to state that which he believes to be the truth?”Truly beatiful language, empowering scenery and ending. I especially loved that the plot was very neat, overly s...
I would have given this five stars but for the cheesy "East End" dialogue.I have always enjoyed the Count of Monte Cristo on which this is based.
Amazing book.....fast paced thriller......paisa vasool !!!!!
As I have read more of Jeffrey Archer's novels, the more I realize that his work is more of a retelling of a classic story than anything original. Which is a pity -- if he would just focus on coming up with something that was new, he might do a lot better than just be a mediocre hack. This time, he ...
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