But when those dearest to him are murdered on the day of his homecoming, Reece discovers that this was not an act of war by a foreign enemy but a conspiracy that runs to the highest levels of government. As the story progressed in this book, I took a leap of faith in the ending chapters; however, i did not land on solid ground. New York: Random House Inc, 1999. The Marching Season Audiobook — Daniel Silva Online. The boards and spine have no wear; save a mild bump to the front lower point. And they have one goal: to destroy the peace process.
Also, Delaroche has talent as a painter and, of course Allon has the cover of being an art restoration expert in that series and considers himself an assassin, not a murderer. How the story plays out between Osbourne and October was a mind-boggling ending for me. In the center of it is the Europa Hotel, the most frequently-bombed hotel anywhere. I was so used to Gabriel Allon's stories and world - this was a really big change! Intriguing Story I thought the story held up well and the characters well developed. Themed around the Northern Ireland peace accord and the bloody enmity between the Protestants and the Catholics in the region, Daniel Silva demonstrates the deep research he does for each of his books. Obviously, Silva is considered one of them but not by me.
The perpetrators are a new terror group called the Ulster Freedom Brigade. A square solid tight carefully read copy. In this world of espionage and counter-espionage, no place is safe, and no detail is too small to ignore. In the bell curve of readers there is apparently enough of fairly smart but very busy people who just want to relax with all kind of conspiracies. In his latest international thriller, The Marching Season, Daniel Silva continues the unique blend of fact and fiction that gives his stories the immediacy and urgency of the evening news. His father in law is the target of the terrorists. Czy Michael Osbourne wreszcie pozna całą prawdę o tym, kto tym interesem kręci, komu zależy, aby na świecie zbyt spokojnie nie było? While Delaroche admits to being an assassin, he states on more than one occasion that he is not a murderer.
It does require a certain suspension of belief, especially when the Queen does a cameo, or you will nitpick your way out of what is an enjoyable read. The fact that the book was written so long ago made it particularly interesting as it offered a great contrast to Silvia's more recent work. A new group called the Ulster Freedom Brigade has shattered the peace process and they have only one goal. Although Gabriel Allon is a more engaging personality to me, part of that is because his character has been fleshed out over many novels--giving him a depth that I did not see in Osbourne. When the Good Friday peace accords are shattered with three savage acts of terrorism, Northern Ireland is blown back into the depths of conflict.
This is in Silva's line of Michael Osbourne books. This is the correct line for a first printing of this book. Michael had worked in Ireland previously, so he is brought back to the Agency to track down the terrorists and preserve the peace. The introduction for this book was pretty good. Za dużo w książce zarówno opisowego naświetlenia ówczesnej sytuacji politycznej w Zjednoczonym Królestwie, jak i detalicznych relacji wprowadzających kolejne wydarzenia i zwroty akcji. Fine book in fine jacket, not price clipped, Signed on the title page and is author's signature only.
First British Edition 1st Printing. In this world of espionage and counter-espionage, no place is safe, and no detail too small to ignore. Not one of Silvas best bujt recommended reading. With The Marching Season, Daniel Silva confirms his position as a frontrunner to succeed Tom Clancy as America's foremost source of international intrigue fiction. However I would recommend both books to those that like murder mysteries. The characters were pretty good, in depth and well done, however there were a lot of characters to follow.
The fact that the book was written so long ago made it particularly interesting as it offered a great contrast to Silvia's more recent work. In the process of saving his father in law, Michael is once again the target of the assassin named October from the previous book. These days Allon does art restoration, but little original work. I wouldn't make it into a movie 1 of 1 people found this review helpful Totally unexpected! Even though the loss of his girlfriend may have made him having second thoughts, it does not appear that he was so desperate to get back to business, being forced also to ruin a handsome face. Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! He had retired after the last book after surviving an assassination attempt in the last book. It involved a secret organization which aimed to control armed conflict on a worldwide basis.
Fast moving, keeps you flipping pages This second book by Daniel Silva in the Michael Osbourne series is just as fast paced as the first. Having said all that, I would still recommend The Marching Season to readers who enjoy reading novels on espionage, particularly those written by Silva, although, you may want to read the first Michael Osborne book before this one. The Marching Season begins several years later when Douglas Cannon, Elizabeth's father and a retired U. Filled with breathtaking plot twists, The Marching Season is a novel of power and intrigue, where appearance and reality are enemies and trust is betrayed as often as it is honored. Signed by the author on the title page. Minimum scuffing and edge wear.