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by Ken Follett
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Abandoned by user
Abandoned by user rated it 2 years ago
My digital hold on this one popped up, so I decided to read it instead of the next October Daye installment. Plus, it was the 4th of July, so a spy novel felt like just the right thing, since the worthless oxygen-thief currently occupying Pennsylvania Avenue has basically invited Russian spies into ...
shyamsundar
shyamsundar rated it 6 years ago
I like Follett and his espionage novels. But this is, sadly, a letdown of sorts. It has an excellent plot, though its more or less a rehash of the 'Eye of the Needle' scenario. Its execution is nearly good, save for being at least 50 pages too long with a bland ending. The action parts are typical F...
Sivachander
Sivachander rated it 6 years ago
I liked it from the beginning till two third of the plot. the story should have well ended before. instead follett keeps on introducing unwanted artificial twists just to drag up the tale. though finally he finishes it so suddenly and bluntly that you read that part again just to make sure nothing h...
Momster Bookworm
Momster Bookworm rated it 8 years ago
In this page-turning thriller set in World War II, Field Marshall Rommel leads a German invasion of Egypt. To aid in this effort, a spy is sent into the heart of the conflict. In infiltrating English-controlled Egypt, this spy -- armed with only his wits and charm, and a copy of Daphne du Maurier's ...
Momster Bookworm
Momster Bookworm rated it 8 years ago
In this page-turning thriller set in World War II, Field Marshall Rommel leads a German invasion of Egypt. To aid in this effort, a spy is sent into the heart of the conflict. In infiltrating English-controlled Egypt, this spy -- armed with only his wits and charm, and a copy of Daphne du Maurier's ...
Crime-on-thrill
Crime-on-thrill rated it 8 years ago
"Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again"I encountered this famous line, in the very first chapter of the book. But, unlike the book to which this phrase originally belonged; I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, THE KEY TO REBECCA. I had read it long time ago, and while reading Du Maurier’s...
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