1794: The City Between the Bridges is a dark, brutal story is unrelenting, but difficult to stop reading which is a testament to the excellent translation
I fully realized I was being manipulated, and yet I couldn’t stop reading. The historical detail paired with engaging characters made the novel appealing
The New Detective revolve around the question of how people justify the bad things they do, or not even realize they’re wrong
I enjoyed the story very much, the author put in just enough history to make it enjoyable but didn’t dwell on the details to make the narrative drag.
The glue that holds the book together, Willi Geismeier is an intriguing, nuanced character, acting as only I could wish I would under similar circumstances.
My favorite part of Never by Ken Follettwas almost a step-by-step telling of how on-the-ground intelligence impacts national policy
I appreciate what the authors tried, and somewhat succeeded to do in this book. They brought together warriors of past decades and intertwined their fates
Mr. Gray did a vast amount of research, it certainly shows in this book which is both dark and moody. Kudos to him for writing about the unknown soldiers
A dead young boy, drained of blood is found on the Fleet Rive, London 1678. Sir Edmund Bury Godfrey enlists famous polymath Robert Hooke to help
The horror in this book has nothing to do with imaginary monsters, but with the horror of what humans are able to do to one another. It is fascinating