Book Reviews of The Confessor (Gabriel Allon, Bk 3)

The Confessor (Gabriel Allon, Bk 3)
The Confessor - Gabriel Allon, Bk 3
Author: Daniel Silva
ISBN-13: 9780399149726
ISBN-10: 0399149724
Publication Date: 2/24/2003
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 29 ratings
Publisher: Putnam Publishing Group
Book Type: Hardcover
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The things that happened in this book blew my mind. That there is that much going on in this book. I was impressed with how well the jumping between POVs was done. It is not easy but Mr. Silva does it very well.

I am pleased with how things are moving along in this 3rd book in the series and I am curious to see what pulls Gabriel away from his work in the next one.
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suspenseful spy thriller.
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I really like Daniel Silva's books and this one is not different. Has many twists and turns and seems very realistic
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I don't know why I wait so long to read the next in book in this series. They are fantastic. Everything you could possibly want from a spy thriller. A wonderful, broken main character. A plot full of intrigue and history. And the secondary characters aren't too bad either. I could take or leave the subtle love interests in every book, but I guess you need a bit of romance to spice things up, eh? In this book Gabriel is brought back into the spy fold to solve the mystery of the death of one of his former agent buddies who has turned into a famous scholar. This scholarly friend had been researching the Catholic Church's involvement in the Holocaust, is that what got him killed? The mystery, the chase, and the digging into the past will bring Gabriel into contact with the highest and most powerful members of the Catholic Church. Hang onto your seats people!
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Controversial religious content. Too much intrigue and not easy to pay attention to. Arliss Howard was very good narrator.
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A gripping tale of intrigue and Vatican insider political machinations, this tape kept me engrossed until the end, and provided an unexpected conclusion. I highly recommend it if you enjoy mystery and intrigue.
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