I love Ken Follett's writing. Even though there are many characters, the book is wrtten in a way the characters are easy to recognize. Additionally, there were many historical references that kept me interested and feeling like I was learning.
The ending of this book was disappointing. There were many loose ends not explained.
This was another book where a smart woman makes some poor choices.
This was based on a true story. Still, I was hoping for a better ending.
Another novel with women doing dumb, thoughtless, careless things.
After the second careless episode in the book, I was ready to stop reading.
The lack of the character's ability to talk to one another is also frustrating.
It is an ok read - more frustrating than fun.
I wouldn't pick it up if there were other things to read.
This is one of the best books I've read. I read it while traveling by airplane, and almost started crying at two different parts of the story.
I'm looking forward to the next two in the trilogy.