Pages no: 469
Edition language: English
, Spy Thriller
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Gabriel Allon (#9)
I compare this to Flynn's Memorial Day; as I consider that Flynn's masterpiece, I also consider this to be Silva's masterpiece (so far). All of Allon's experiences, memories, nightmares, etc. culminate in a blinding page-turner, as his wife is finally abducted by some of the very evil he is sworn to...
This is the ninth Gabriel Allon book I have read by Daniel Silva and this one was my favorite. It is fast paced, emotional, and everything you would expect to see when Allon is put in an intensely personal and dangerous situation. This was a sequel of sorts to the previous book, Moscow Rules, and ...
A great book in the series although the author provides a great deal of background information. Having read the other books in the series, I found this information to take up valuable place better left reserved for something else. Still, one could start with this book without feeling completely los...
Love this spy series!! They just keep getting better!
Wow, this is not a classic but as far as spy novels go, this one is a winner. The pages turn themselves. From the minute you pick up this book, you will not want to put it down. The excitement never ends. The storyline flows seamlessly throughout. The characters are very well developed and you live ...
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