Beyond the fact that the villain of the piece is given a very small role, which was disappointing, I found this to be a fine commute read. The chapters are short, the plot is simple enough that you can pick it up several days later and not have forgotten a thing, and the high life of a wealthy man playing the spy is entertaining for those of us not among the 1%. Woods has written better books, but I didn't find this one nearly as inadequate as the previous reviewers did.
Perhaps this is the worst book yet, but he has had more than 6 failures to write "good books", over the past few years. I got to page 178 and hung it up. TERRIBLE BOOK!
Didn't like this one. Too outlandish.
One of the most Boring Books I have ever read.
Boring and all over the place - big fan of Stuart Woods but this one you can skip.
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