The Four Horsemen Paperback – 28 Oct 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
As my title review would suggest there were, for me a few yell out loud moments in the book, one of which was a heart-stopping "Noooo".
The Four Horseman had been recommended to me by several people and with, I admit a little trepidation as it was a first novel for Ben Sussman I started reading. What can I say? Couldn't put it down, fantastic!
Great Characters, especially the lead heroine Andie, Nomadic tribes, evil billionaires all racing to find The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse...........are The Horseman ancient myth or real you'll have to read the book to find out but you won't be disappointed. :-)
It really is a thriller in all senses of the word, a great read from start to finish, with twists and turns to keep you guessing all the way through.
Andie Sullivan is a great heroine: intelligent, intuitive and gutsy. The people she meets on her quest to find the Four Horseman are well-rounded, fascinating characters, each one of which enhances the storyline still further.
An "un-put-down-able" read, which leaves you wanting to move straight on to a second novel - please hurry up and provide one for us, Mr. Sussman!
Short chapters and well rounded characters make this book very easy to read. If you are a fan of James Rollins, Chris Kuzneski or Steve Berry then you will love this book! Really looking forward to the next one Mr Sussman!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent thriller from an unknown author to me. Left me breathless at times but was well paced and thoroughly enjoyable.Published 21 months ago by ritchieshe
The end could have been more powerfull. Good writing, entertaining. I was expecting a bit more of factual history, but the way the fiction was managed kept me in the story.Published 21 months ago by Juan Valcarcel
kept me hooked from start to finish.well put together can definitely recommend it . could not put it down .Published on 30 May 2014 by John Tully
Unable to put the book down and have read it twice. I hope this is the first of many morePublished on 5 Mar. 2014 by vanessa halliwell
One of those books that, if I hadn't paid for it, I would probably have stopped reading fairly early on. Read morePublished on 26 Aug. 2013 by Wee Davey
Not a story that kept my attention, it was ok in parts but it never seemed to flow. I'm sure the author has written better stories but I for one will not be seeking them.Published on 5 Aug. 2013 by james edward kennedy
Whilst I appreciate it's fiction there were parts of this book that were so unbelievable it was boring. Had I not spent money on it I wouldn't have finished the book.Published on 3 Aug. 2013 by Amazon Customer
Nice easy read. Good book for those who like historical fantasy/ ancient legends themes. Not religious drivel like some can becomePublished on 7 April 2013 by P. Armstrong