The Banker Spy Book Summary:
This is why it is so important to no give up within the first portion of a book. About one third of the way into the book, I discovered that I was actually interested in the story. Not only that, I was somewhat fascinated by this take on the story–I never considered Germany being any kind of threat in the world after WWII. This was an intriguing and somewhat scary prospect. And who doesn’t like a good spy? With a hint of romance–that is unresolved–to it.
I am happy to report that there are no sex scenes, and the profanity is limited, even though I feel it is unnecessary. There are also no graphic details or descriptive senseless violence–always nice to report. There were portions of the book where I admit that I lost interest, but much of the book truly did keep moving at a pretty good pace. I struggled in the beginning to keep the various characters straight. I would have loved a “character list” or something because often in these kinds of books, I get confused with all the various characters. Again, just my opinion.
Do you want to read a fast-paced spy/intrigue/espionage book? This may very well be for you. In invite you to check it out!
I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review. I was not financially compensated, and all opinions are 100 percent mine.
Publisher: Publish Green
Release: August 27, 2012
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