The Amber Room
Publish date: 2004
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
It was a good story that held my interest, but nothing really to write home about. I had some issues with the alleged "facts" but otherwise it was good for what I wanted -- a book to hold my interest on a long drive.
I enjoyed this book. It wasn’t a “stay up all night because you can’t stop reading it” book, but I did have fun reading it and it did go by pretty quickly. I didn’t know anything about the historical Amber Room until I started reading this, either. Maybe that’s why I only “liked” it instead of “real...
The Amber Room was a very well researched and written book. The character development showed that Steve Berry had taken a lot of time to analyze the history, drive and characteristics of each and every character. The Amber Room wasn't filled with unnecessary details that cloud the story - everything...
The best thing about this version of the book (Audio CD) was that the narrator, Steve Brick, did a pretty good job of reading it. The book was slow and not that gripping. The only reason I finished it was that I had to drive a long way to a hockey game and listened to it while driving.
Share this Book