Night Over Water: And Dangerous Fortune

Night Over Water And Dangerous Fortune None

  • Title: Night Over Water: And Dangerous Fortune
  • Author: Ken Follett
  • ISBN: 9780330418195
  • Page: 217
  • Format: None
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    One thought on “Night Over Water: And Dangerous Fortune”

    1. Night over water is the longer and weaker of the two. Once again, Follett comes up trumps with the setting and his imagination and characterisation are superb. It's a story that feels like it could have been true, and it parts it's rather saucy. A good tale, but not his best.Dangerous Fortune is classic Follett. An absolutely ripping yarn. I simply could not put this down. If I had read it on it's own, Dangerous Fortune would be a belting 5 stars. Superb.

    2. The beginning was a bit confusing as all the characters, along with their back stories, had to be set up. Once the Pam Am Flying Clipper took off, so did the story. The descriptions of the luxurious accommodations on the plane made me long for these past times, instead of the sardine cans that we fly in today. Skillfully woven together and only requiring a bit of a stretch, the story took many delightful twists and turns. The various story lines came together quite well and the twist ending was [...]

    3. This was OK to listen to A bit more coincidence and "action" on one flight, even a 37 hour flight, than I liked.

    4. This wasn't one of my favorite Ken Follett books because it had a slow start - but it was definitely worth a read!

    5. This is a fun read. I am fascinated by aviation, loved the description of the Pan Am Clipper. Nice suspenseful story.

    6. Very good overall.Started out a bit slow, developing the characters. Once the plane was going it was fast paced.

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