Brothers - Michael Bar-Zohar Reviews
Description:ISBN 0449146782 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Michael Bar-Zohar / Edition: Reprint / Mass Market Paperback / Book is published 1995-04 by Gold Medal
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by - written on 26/04/09, updated on 23/04/10 (Very useful, 205 readings)
Hello there. Today, I am going to endeavour to do my very first book review. I am a bit nervous, but here we go . . . ---- My own bias when it comes to reading ---- I would like to inform the reader of my book reviews about my reading preferences, because I would like to believe that, by doing this, I can, somehow, help such a one to make a more informed decision as to the "worth" of the specific book I review. Well, I love to read thrillers . . . The plot must, however, be good, and it must be believable, the characters must be real (in the sense of . . . believable) and the author's writing style needs to free flowing; not ... Read the complete review
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