Review: The Kill List by Frederick Forsyth

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Review: The Kill List by Frederick Forsyth

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Forsyth is a master storyteller and his previous books such as Day of the Jackal, The Odessa File and many more have been contemporary thrillers, dealing with events that are relevant to the era. In this book he has continued this trend in that the story is about young men being radicalised to Islam, being brainwashed into committing acts of terrorism against the country in which they live. Some are immigrants and asylum seekers, others are second generation or indeed converts to...
http://www.arrse.co.uk/reviews/review-kill-list-frederick-forsyth/
 
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Might have to read this. I usually appreciate Forsyth's stuff, but have found some of his recent offerings a bit heavy on the technical detail (or "techno porn" as another poster succinctly put it).
 
Interesting to see that Forsyth has used Pathfinders, he has done a couple of recommendations on the covers of David Blakeley's
2 Pathfinder based books.

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Just read this book ( it was my "car" book. Kept in there for when I am endlessly waiting for......) anyway; I concur, good story and well told. No ridiculous heroics nor supermen involved. The British troops come over nicely.
 
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Just read this book ( it was my "car" book. Kept in there for when I am endlessly waiting for......) anyway; I concur, good story and well told. No ridiculous heroics nor supermen involved. The British troops come over nicely.


Good to hear - my copy arrived from Amazon this morning :)
 

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