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  • Paperback
  • 323 pages
  • Sneet inde
  • Ken Follett
  • Danish
  • 25 December 2018
  • 9788777147807

10 thoughts on “Sneet inde

  1. says:

    Oh for heaven s sake, Follett Just because as a sixty ish man you wish that a hot 38 year old redhead would find you irresistible does not mean you have to bake this into a novel in such a thinly veiled fashion And P.S., the book was actually going pretty well until said 38 year old hugged the handsome sixty ish man and felt AHEM wetness in her underthings I beg your pardon Way to ruin an otherwise almost convincing romantic moment Also Mr Follett, you don t actually have to wrap up EVERY SINGLE LOOSE END when you conclude the book, like a child s chapter book The whole idea of a SPOILER ALERT one Christmas later finale, in which all the happy protagonists wistfully remember, over an expensive...

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  3. says:

    review in English below L se bem e depressa, que era o que eu pretendia De resto, achei bastante b sico Um thriller pouco emocionante, com umas intrigas amorosas mistura, incluindo um casal de adolescentes que acaba por ter alguma influ ncia no desenlace.Gostei da personagem principal, Toni Gallo.E pronto, cumpriu e ficou por a A nice and quick read, which was what I was looking for...

  4. says:

    Blink once or twice and you might mistake Whiteout s opening act for that other ode to mysophobia, The Hot Zone Coming a full ten years after Richard Preston s fan favorite, Follett administers a quick shot of d j vu, retreading familiar themes early on before cracking the lid on a dizzyingly diverse cast and a bioterrorist plot filched straight from a Hollywood screenplay Whereas The Hot Zone is an uneasy mix of nonfiction gussied up in sensationalist garb, Whiteout is pure novel and quite the kind for which Follett s reputation precedes him While the former fixes its attention almost solely on the pathogen, even idolizing it at times, the latter sculpts its drama around the many characters tangled up in the threatening peril of a diffuse outbreak.Renowned Scottish pharmaceutical Oxenford Medical specializes in lab based research on some of nature s deadliest viruses The scourge du jour here is the fictitious Madoba 2 , the deadliest of them all No one has survived its acquaintance it is the perfect pathogen When a narrowly tested vaccine for Madoba 2 goes missing from the Kremlin lab, along with an unwell rabbit reserved for in vivo trials, the company finds itself at the center of a media firestorm It is the arch responsibility of ex cop turned Chief of Oxenford Security Toni Gallo to track down the culprit and contain the leak.With public confidence at an all time low, the gears of a far sini...

  5. says:

    Invariavelmente BomUm livro que foge ao estilo habitual de Ken Follet, mas que invariavelmente bom Uma prova do alcance da mestria do autor Ken Follet persiste em n o desiludir

  6. says:

    I decided to sample another work from the author of one of my favorite books, The Pillars of the Earth It was extremely disappointing I made it through about a third of the book and it was a vanilla drama of killer viruses and apparently a big storm on the way and the scientists and security guards that attempt to fight outbreak and hardship It s the sort of thing that might have been written by any of a sheaf of modern authors like Michael Crichton, Patricia Cornwell or James Patterson and probably would have been better done A third into the novel, I didn t identify with ...

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    I was surprised to see a novel by an experienced pro that had such terrible stretches of writing in it Would not have finished if it hadn t been a club selection Got better nearer the end, where the action picks up So where was the editor Is Follett so big that they can t tell him when something is clunky and amateurish Awkward info dumps, cardboard characters, and too much that is thrown in to see what sticks Way too many superfluous beatings, errors, and convenient plot devices And in this part of Scotland, apparently most of the populace drives expensive luxury cars UmYes, there are good things, but they are overshadowed by the things that aren t ...

  8. says:

    4.5 actually Ken Follett in my opinion is an authors whose stories are always wonderful His characters are multi dimensional, his plots multi layered and his writing style is very engaging Whiteout was book up to his usual excellent standard Think of a fatal virus, with no antidote a large mostly functional family with only one really bad sheep a father who is a scientific and wealthy patriarch who ...

  9. says:

    This was a suspenseful, edge of your seat kind of read I loved it Toni Gallo is the head of security at a biochemical lab in Scotland called the Kremlin When she discovers 2 doses of an experimental drug missing, she has no idea that this is a prelude to an even dangerous plot to rob the company Stanley Oxenford, the owner, is Toni s boss They have ...

  10. says:

    Whiteout is one of those novels that you can read in a matter of hours It has a fast rhythm and although sometimes these books have a very obvious structure, Ken Follen hides it with the finesse of a master couturier.Spanish...

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