Book Reviews of The Apocalypse Watch

The Apocalypse Watch
The Apocalypse Watch
Author: Robert Ludlum
ISBN-13: 9780006496298
ISBN-10: 0006496296
Edition: Unabridged
Rating:
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Book Type: Paperback
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Didn't like the French accent. The story was a little drawn out.
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This is my favorite book by him so far. This one kept me guessing!
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This is vintage Ludlum and worth an eight on my scale.
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American agent vs. neo-nazi organization. If a Pulitzer prize were awarded for excapist fiction, Robert Ludlum would win it ten times over. NY Times best seller.
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This is a good nazi type book.
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There is a return of the Nazi monster of the Second World War - the Valley is the processing centre for thousands dedicated to the emergence of the Fourth Reich. Spying, deadly traps and betrayal ensue.
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4 cassettes, 360 minutes, performed by Edward Herrmann
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American agent Harry Latham has penetrated the mountain hideaway of the Brotherhood of the Watch, a neo-Nazi organization, born in the days following the fall of the Third Reich. But now Harry has disappeared. Drew, Harry's younger brother, is frantic to find him -- the fate of the free world is in his hands.
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Another great Ludlum book
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from the cover:
American agent Harry Latham has penetrated the fortresslike mountain hideaway of the Brotherhood of the Watch, a neo-Nazi organization that was born in the days after the fall of the Third Reich. After three years in ceep cover, on the eve of his most spectacular success, Harry Latham has disappeared. Drew Latham, special Officer for Consular Operations in Paris, is frantic to discover his older brother's fate. But when he receives the sudden good news that Harry has surfaced, gut-twisting doubts arise. Has Harry's cover been blown? And if so, why has the Brotherhood of the Watch let him live?
For Harry Latham has emerged with an explosive list: the secret supporters of the movement, among them high-ranking officials in the United States and its allies. It is a document that could topple governments--but is it legitimate? Can Drew Latham trust his own brother? The search for the truth about Harry--and the growing Nazi threat--will plunge Drew into a labyrinth of deceit and death. And whoever gets out alive holds the fate of the free world in his hands.
Earl H., Meldrim, Ga.
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Great book.Woul make a great movie.
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FROM THE PUBLISHER
Deep in the Hausruck Mountains of Austria, there is a remote hideaway - the fortresslike nerve center of an ominous movement, the Brotherhood of the Watch. American agent Harry Latham has penetrated the movement, a neo-Nazi organization that was born in the days after the Third Reich's defeat and whose deadly tentacles have spread to the United States and beyond. Now, after three years in deep cover, and on the eve of his most spectacular success, Harry Latham has disappeared. Drew Latham, Special Officer for Consular Operations in Paris, is frantic to discover his older brother's fate. But when he receives the sudden good news that Harry has surfaced, gut-twisting doubts arise. Has Harry's cover been blown? And if so, why has the Brotherhood of the Watch let him live? For Harry Latham has emerged with an explosive list: the secret supporters of the movement, among them some of the highest-ranking officials in the United States and its allies, names synonymous with honorable service to their nations. It is a document that could topple governments - but is the list legitimate? Can Drew Latham trust his own brother?
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WOW *******
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I rate this book as fair. It only has minor cosmetic damage to the cover and the pages are aged, but none are ripped or missing. Some would list as in good shape, technically it is, but I'm more of a realist
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A little worn, but still a good complete book.