Not Kims best,
This review is from: Jago (Kindle Edition)
After the triumphs for me of Anno Dracula and The Hound of the Durbervilles, there seems to be an appetite for putting out Kim's bottom drawer stuff.
This should have stayed in the bottom drawer; it's a bloated story were the number of pages still doesn't help you care terribly much about anyone and there is far too much going on to really grasp.
The main villain is a woefully under developed character so there is no real depth to the story.