Sunday, January 17, 2010

Reading Piers Paul Read

I successfully requested this to be purchased by our library system--and yet I am still on queue to read it! In the meantime I found it at a religious fundraiser book sale and bought it for Husband for Christmas!

I am about one fourth into it, and greaty enjoying it. So far it's a mixture of real characters, a budding romance and a developing international intrigue set in different geographical locations. I liked the trial scene in the very beginning, and am greatly enjoying the Catholic content. It reads like a film script at times, and at time it reminds me of Michael O'Brien. Husband liked it but I don't want him to tell me any more now...
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2 comments:

Susan said...

I read it a few months ago and enjoyed it for the most part.

Ana Braga-Henebry said...

Yes, agreed. Husband was annoyed by the resent-tense. I was annoyed by Kate, and by the story's predictability. But there were certainly great parts and I would def recommend it!