Word Of Honour Paperback – 3 Jul 2008
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'The military scenes have the gunmetal ring of authenticity ... a long, over-the-shoulder look at a time that grows larger as it recedes from sight' - TIME magazine
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on 25 September 2017
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I have now read this book twice which is a recommendation in itself. The author obviously has first hand experience of the times and conditions of the conflict that the storyline is retrospectively looking at and I felt that that added authenticity to the tale. I found the story and the characters engaging and the fact that I so wanted the "right ending" to be arrived at is a testimony as to how much I had invested in the tale. Excellent read.
on 10 September 2001
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
What an amazing book! I discovered Demille after reading 'Plum Island' which was a great book. This is in a completely different vein from 'Plum Island's' detective story, but the subtle humour is still there and the story is just amazing. I'm sure it helped that he was writing about something that he had seen first hand, but the way he told this story just had me gripped. The way that he doesn't actually reveal what 'really' happened over in 'Nam' until near the end of the book, as he cleverly dips from past to present to remember the events, keeps you completely spellbound. I've read a few of his other books since this, but this is definately my favourite. Well Done!
on 6 June 2002
My fourth DeMille and, like 'Plum Island', 'The Lion;s Gate' and 'The General's Daughter', quite impossible to put down. Superb characterisation - consummate unfolding of the plot - profoundly thoughtful. Why don't literary prizes go to those (like DeMille) who truly deserve them?
on 14 March 2001
Not since the early days of Patterson and Cornwell have I stayed up all night to finish a book. You know the feeling - you want to keep going and find out what happens, but you just don't want it to end! I discovered Demille at an airport bookshop in the summer when I bought The Lion's Game for my partner - now I've read another five titles and I'm an addict. 'Word of Honour' is frenetic in its pace, addictive in its storyline and keeps you guessing right to the end. Try Demille once and you've found your bed-partner for life!
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I am reading it, and, so far, as usuel with Nelson Demille it, already, deserve 5 stars
The absolute best novel I have ever read. First got it in 1988. I have bought it 4 times...Read it to pieces. I read this about twice a year and still enjoy it immensely
Totally different to what I expected from this author but nevertheless an interesting read.
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