Silver - Steven Savile Reviews
Description:ISBN 1935142054 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Steven Savile / 430 pages / Book published 2010-01-19 by Variance Publishing LLC
Newest Review: ... are treated equally within the story and all have interesting issues and backgrounds. The writing style was unlike any I had ... more
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by - written on 15/04/11, updated on 15/04/11 (Very useful, 95 readings)
I usually browse the cheap kindle section on Amazon and was intrigued when I came across the unanimous 5 star 'Silver' by Steven Savile, which was available for a mere 70p. It is rare for a book to have 100% 5 star ratings (admittedly from only 10 reviewers) so I decided to take a chance on it. The story is an increasingly common one, riding on the coattails of Dan Brown's success. In this case Savile has written a tale around the Disciples of Judas, a religious group who believe that Judas was the true messiah and that his true place in history has been overwritten by people in the years following his death. To draw attention to their cause the group have ... Read the complete review
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