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I’ve perused all of Ken Follett’s books and would rate this as his second best, behind Pillars of the Earth, and straight up there with Eye of the Needle. It has the typical stock components found in any thriller: an outstanding legend, a detestable scalawag, a defenseless yet overcome young lady, however injects them with genuine mankind and works to a crackling and intense peak. As in other Follett books, he makes the contention many-layered: The saint (Major Van Damme) needs to secure the reprobate (Alex Wolf) not just in light of the fact that it can affect the advance of the second World War in Egypt, but since they have a past together, and on the grounds that the young lady he is becoming hopelessly enamored with has been utilized as “trap” for Wolf. Shades of Alfred Hitchcock’s Notorious. Ken Follett – The Key to Rebecca Audiobook Free Online.
What I like about Follett’s best work is that it truly conveys the anticipation and resolves the story in an inconceivably fulfilling way. In the same way as other spy books, there are imagined circumstances, however he “inspires you to turn throughout the following page” (Ian Fleming’s objective as writer of the James Bond books) so anxiously that you simply need to perceive how it closes. His female characters are a long way from cardboard also: them two are completely figured it out. What’s more, best of all, he makes everybody helpless; he realizes that we can relate to characters that have qualities and shortcomings, rather than the typical cast of robots trading gunfire from speeding autos. Ken Follett – The Key to Rebecca Audiobook Free Online.
On the off chance that you like planes, interest, World War II stories, and great composition, you’ll appreciate this novel by Ken Follett. Follett dependably gets his work done and I generally gain from him. This story happens toward the start of England’s entrance into the war against Nazi Germany in 1939. It is about the last flight of the flying watercraft, the Pan American scissors (Boeing 314), from England to America. The sumptuous, brief aircraft started life in the mid year of 1939 and finished half a month later when Hitler attacked Poland.