Book Reviews of The Eighth Day

The Eighth Day
The Eighth Day
Author: John Case
ISBN-13: 9780345433091
ISBN-10: 0345433092
Publication Date: 11/26/2002
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 17 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Hardcover
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Very good book, a fast read.
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The author of New York Times bestseller "The Genesis Code" writes another good thriller!!
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Outstanding!
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Fairly good thriller, good airplane book, worth the read.
Our private eye and artist gets into a money deal which may turn out to be dangerous for him and very complicated.
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suspense that plunges an engaging young man into mystery and international deciet
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awesome I will be looking for more..
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A Thriller!
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Interesting plot.
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For Danny Cray, a struggling artist and part-time private investigator, the offer is too good to be true. A wealthy enigmatic lawyer, Jude Belzer, would like to reclaim Danny for a little damage control. Belzer's client, an elusive billionaire, is the target of a vicious campaign by the Italian press that threatens to destroy his reputation. Belzer wants Danny to find out who is responsible--and he will pay handsomely.
But the more Danny probes, the more apparent it becomes that nothing is what is seems. From the powerful world of Washington, D.C.,to the ancient grandeur of Rome, from the mysteries of Istanbul to the high-stakes drama of Silicon Valley, Danny is suddenly embroiled in a conspiracy that is dark, far-reaching and unsettling.
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Suspense novel in the genre of Ludlum and Patterson; involves international intrigue and suspense.