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  • Heads you win

    Not as good as previous books and quite confusing in places trying to work out which Alex you were reading about. Also quite similar to previous books

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  • Delightful and Engrossing!

    I have admired Jeffrey Archer's writing for a long time, ever since burying my nose in Kane and Abel; he delivers every time and this is reminiscent of his previous works - and yet so very different . .. Put simply, this is the tale of a young Russian boy who learns only too soon what it's like to live in a totalitarian state - but this is no simple story. When necessity demands that he leave the country of his birth, Alexander has a brief window in which to decide to head to which united country; that of Britain of the states of America. Which should it be? This is a cleverly woven and engrossing read which, very cleverly, makes a few oblique references to the author's previous works (blink and you'll miss them) which all adds to the authenticity as I find all his novels completely believable. Such a fascinating read but it pays never to get too comfortable as there is always a surprise lurking in the wings - and none more so that the ending. Never saw THAT coming!! A truly delightful and encompassing novel which makes the brain work overtime and left me with the feeling of a good book well read! My thanks to publisher Pan Macmillan for my copy via NetGalley. This is my honest, original and unbiased review.

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  • Heads You Win

    How different and somewhat the same as his other books, keeps you reading it to find out more, but the end I didn't see that comming, So there must be more books to follow, at least I hope so.

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  • Not bad

    Started off very well. Typical Jeffery archer page turner... but I think it ended quite abruptly with little explanation and left a lot to imagination....

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  • Disappointing

    What started off as quite a good story became ridiculous part way through for a reason I can't explain without giving the story away. Although I always enjoy Jeffrey Archer's books as he is a master storyteller I would like there to be some semblance of believability in what I am reading.

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