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Fault Line by [Sperry, Duncan]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 809 KB
  • Publisher: Broadvision Publishing (11 Aug. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005H3N62O
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 24 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #385,107 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Hi,

I downloaded this last week to take on holiday but actually ended up reading it over the weekend. From page one the reader is drawn into a web of intrigue which transpires to be quite complex, but, unlike many books of this ilk around at the moment it does not resort to condescending explanations, but rather encourages the reader to become involved with the plot line and the characters in depth.As the plot moves on across continents, the reader becomes aware of the nature of the (slightly flawed) characters as well as the intricacies of the modern global business and the precarious political nature of the world we live in.

Rich
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This is just what a thriller should be - fast-paced, convincing, and packed with excitement and suspense. The writing is effortless; the book grabs your attention from the first pages. The characters are intrigung, and interestingly there are some very strong female characters given leading roles in both the military and security services. The author has an authoritative voice; he seems equally at home whether portraying the more esoteric reaches of the military establishment, the convolutions of the security services, or the geography and politics of the remote mountain areas of Pakistan and Afghanistan. Altogether this is a great read!
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A fantastic read where the underlying story and plot would rival many current film and TV productions. I was left thinking fact or fiction. Could some of these events really happen! It has highlighted the vulnerability that we all face when our (mobiles, internet etc) latest technology is either attacked or spied upon. A publisher should grab this book and writer as soon as possible so that the audience is extended so ensuring the next story.
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A simply excellent thriller, written by somebody who very obviously has either done copious and detailed research or is very familiar with money markets and international financial operations, and with the workings of both the British Intelligence community and special forces. He knows his weapons, aircraft and tactics, and has written a thriller that is thoroughly deserving of the term, unlike a number of other offerings marketed in the same genre. This book should be compulsory reading for authors like Gerald Seymour, whose thrillers manifestly don't thrill on any level. Highly recommended, without reservation.
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Enjoyed the book. A good story line. Obviously well researched however lots of details, in a way, detracted from the novel's flow. I am still none the wiser about how the finance and credit card industry works and the weaponry details went right over my head. That said, I recommend it
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A very well written thriller, this moves along at quite a pace, with the well written characters drawing us into the action.

Dunstan, the main character does have quite a history which is the reason he is the target of the book, but it also means that he has relationships that he can leverage to help him though the various challenges that face him. As in any thriller, he has access to some sophisticated toys and information that just happens to be what he needs at some crucial point in the plot.

The author is either a very good researcher or has some intimate experience in either Special Forces or in the Pakistan/India border regions. The level of detail in the operations of the inteligence services is remarkably believable and the workings of his payments processing business is again true to life.

I deducted one star on the basis that some of the description of the political situation along the Pakistan India border was a little long. We need the background but perhaps a bit of editing would have been useful.

A great novel and I would love to read more from Mr Sperry.
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Philip Dunstan, a somewhat paranoid ex-military man sees his successful business begin to uncontrollably unravel and is dragged into a continent spanning off the grid political adventure to try to save not only his business but his life and that of his family too. This is an extremely well-written novel, a stunning debut. I was captivated from the start and just didn't want it to end. The characters are fully-fleshed and believable; they have to make a return in a future novel. Terrific stuff!!
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A real page turner - I dipped into it and just couldn't put it down - it's classic John Buchan brought into the 21st Century ranging round the world but reaching a splendid climax in the Scottish Highland. It's fast paced, very credible, spot on in all the technical details and a real page turner. My only regret was right at the end when the author, as many first time authors do, seemed almost too much in a hurry to get it finished. I look forward to the next book.
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