The Manchurian Candidate
Publish date: December 1st 1972
Pages no: 351
Edition language: English
, Spy Thriller
, Mystery Thriller
Audiobook. Enjoyed the story very much. It was a bit hard to get into at first though. Creepy to think what if something like this would really happen.
One of those books that I felt I ought to read just because I've always heard of it, and knew nothing about it. I haven't ever even seen the movie, so I came into the book expecting nothing.I have to say, the first half of the book, to me, was kinda boring, slow, and painfully dated. I didn't expect...
The Manchurian Candidate, described as a ‘political thriller,’ is much more…so much more. Had it not been for Dusty’s review (above), I wouldn’t have expected the tremendous humor to be encountered within the pages of Condon’s almost prophetic novel. Dusty suggests, “If Kurt Vonnegut had written a ...
When it comes to the Cold War, you just can't be too paranoid.
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