Shadow of the Wind is a slowly unraveling mystery, a puzzle assembled in a candlelit room from a kit with no box.
The end of the world is almost a secondary concern...
We see his strength of character as he overcomes challenges most take for granted, and learn that sometimes what others see as weakness can be great strength.
In a world with super-villains and world-threatening crises, the Commander’s greatest nemesis may be himself.
I had a phase once upon a time where I consumed the works of Jeff Sharra and David Liss, both of whom delve deep into history or historical settings and twist until all the drama is wrung out. This week’s book does not have the heavy depth of research of a Sharra or the character … Continue reading Book Review: 1945