The Rembrandt Affair (Gabriel Allon, #10)
Publish date: July 29th 2010
Pages no: 484
Edition language: English
Series: Gabriel Allon (#10)
Outstanding...just a notch below the last Silva book, but once again I am impressed with every Silva book I read. Gabriel Allon continues to grow in intrigue and depth as a character, and I really enjoy the way Silva writes the story to get Allon drawn back into another mission for Israel. This time...
Yet another great read about the great Gabriel Allon. This is one of the longest series of books I have read, and I have enjoyed each and every book. I love the way the author takes his time telling a story, providing important historical background. While the characters and many artifacts are fi...
Daniel Silva goes deep down the Jewish angst to craft this tale of a covert operation codenamed 'Masterpiece'. It begins as an investigation of a stolen painting by Rembrandt. To find it, Gabriel Allon, a retired Israeli uber-spy, investigates its history on the vague notion that to find the pai...
My first taste of this author. Not bad. I might even try another. The narrator was good; his varying accents were acceptable and not far enough off base to be annoying.
Gabriel Allon is one of my favorite characters of all time, and this story doesn’t do anything to tarnish that feeling for me. Mr. Silva weaves a wonderful and interesting plot of intrigue and political suspense and deception from the painting world where there’s been a huge rush on stealing pricele...
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