7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I read and enjoyed the previous adventures of Caedmon and Edie. While the plots were very much in the style of The Da Vinci Code - the two main characters were so different from the usual fair I couldnt help but like them.
I can't say I liked them much at all this time round. Caedmon has become an over-the-top. overeducated "English gentleman" charicature. He spent the whole book either physically or emotionally wringing his hands over a daughter he has never met, nor knew existed until about page five in the story. If he ever had an skills as an MI5 agent - he's pretty much forgotten them in this book as he goes about with tears threatening his eyes or wincing over his sore ribs after… Read more