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  • Okay, not as good as previous books in the series.

    Whenever someone says that they enjoy Dan Brown or Tom Clancy, I’ll ask them if they’ve read Steve Berry… and I get so happy when they say they haven’t because I know they are really going to enjoy the Cotton Malone series. Berry always does a fantastic job incorporating true historical events and facts into his fiction, and I always read his extra bit at the end where he tells you what is all true. The Kaiser’s Web takes a look at Hitler and WWII which happens to be very timely subject matter for the United States. It made some of the recent events in our government even more interesting to think about after reading book 16 in the Cotton Malone series. While I still really enjoyed The Kaiser’s Web and it does have the great twist at the end that I have come to look forward to, it seemed to me that this one wasn’t quite as good as previous ones. Now Do Not let this stop you from reading it because it’s still very good, but the thing that I thought was not as enjoyable throughout a lot of the book was that you already knew who all the players were. In previous books there would be big surprises in regards to various characters turning out bad (or good) that I didn’t see coming. But this one had no surprises in that regard. And this is just a teeny tiny thing, but it really stuck out to me. A previous book had a very intense scene with a bear and Berry has an animal scene again which just didn’t have the impact and felt a bit recycled. But these are just my observations, and I still think fans of the series will still enjoy it. If you are new to the series you should start with book one, The Templar Legacy.

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  • Very Appropriate

    Great read! I love the intertwining of the historical narrative with current day world politics. Well done!

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  • The kaiser’ s Web

    An excellent read! Historically based on the Second World War from its final days to the renewed rising of the right in Europe , paralleling Europe to the recent United States and North America rise of the right .lots of intriguing speculation on the where a bouts of the Germans that fled Europe .

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  • Best Commentary on the Far Right Today

    Yes it is fiction Yes there is creative license BUT Like all his books the base is actual historical events, people and places. Here the base is the rise of the "far Right" in Germany and the EU and include the US and Canada.IT IS SCARY because the same rational and phrases are used today by the right wing, and republicans today as seen in your local news and social media The BIG LIE approach goes back to Goebbels and Hitler and is working today

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  • Fast paced

    A Fast paced and intriguing story that keeps you interested from beginning to end.

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