John

 
Votes utiles reçus relativement à des chroniques: 100% (3 de 3)
Lieu: Charleston, USA
 

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Classement des meilleurs critiques: 19 110 - Total des votes Utile : 3 sur 3
Private L.A. de James Patterson
Private L.A. de James Patterson
5.0 étoiles sur 5 I loved it, 19 février 2014
So much of the subject matter of this book is realistic. It is a fascinating blend of current events and realistic plot, which though intricate, spins the reader with consistent developments and subplots that abound in the story.The characters are also very believable. It reminds me of Triple Agent Double Cross, another thriller with similar development and pattern. I cannot wait for the next one.
The Secrets of the FBI de Ronald Kessler
The Secrets of the FBI de Ronald Kessler
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Revealing, 7 février 2014
This very fascinating book is as revealing as it is educative, insightful and entertaining. Not only did Ronald Hessler introduce us to the workings of the bigger than life Hoover whose legacy is controversial for the good he did to his country, but also to the damages he wrought on its citizens, he did so in a way that made reading it pleasurable. Spanning several decades, this book takes us into the world of intelligence and the conflicts involving the different branches, than few other books have done.

But the most interesting aspect of the book is the way it delved into and dealt with the current intelligence threats facing America---from economic, terrorist, military and… Lire la suite
The Last Juror de John Grisham
The Last Juror de John Grisham
5.0 étoiles sur 5 fast-paced, 7 février 2014
The good thing about this book is that it is a light-hearted story to read. It is a fast-paced book. I consider it to be one of Grisham's best. Grisham returned to legal thriller with style after his most recent books (Bleachers, Painted House, etc.). The Juror is presented through the eyes of the local newspaper editor. Like all Grisham books, it comes to a very sudden and abrupt ending, but for a change, it doesn't deviate from the story .In this novel John Grisham has created an intense, fascinating and revealing study of a small southern town, and created lively characters that developed with the story. His details are plentiful. Before reading this, I read Disciples of Fortune, another… Lire la suite