The Brotherhood Of The Rose
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Mortalis (#1)
I read this as part of a group read for the Action/Adventure Aficionados group on Goodreads. I'm glad this won the poll because it was a reason to read it sooner rather than later. This book really shows the world of espionage and assassins in a way that feels realistic. I could be wrong, because I'...
In The Brotherhood of the Rose, two orphans, Chris and Saul, were raised in an orphanage in Philadelphia until Eliot, their mentor and father figure took them in as adopted sons. From an early age, he trained them to be his personal assassins. After things go awry, he is now trying to have them kill...
Lots of action - and unpredictable action at that.A fun, quick read.
Amazing read. I've read it twice over a decade ago and I still remember vividly how much I enjoyed it. A true suspense/espionage classic.
I picked this one up along with a bunch of others for ten cents each at the permanent booksale on the Boothbay Harbor Public Library porch.It was okay. A bit reminiscent of all the other thriller/potboilers that inevitably litter the best-seller lists. But The Brotherhood of the Rose wasn't particul...