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John Grisham visits a Swiss bank' in this tour de force of a first novel. See all Product description. Product details Format: Kindle Edition File Size: Dell 17 May Language: English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: No customer reviews. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Most helpful customer reviews on site. Verified download.
Liked most - the realistic revealing of how money laundering works around the world. Another novel about islamic terrorists and their hideous ways. It just makes them continue their ways when you publicize them in novels, movies, and the internet. The cold, greed and hypocrisy of the Swiss banking industry - as if it is something that should be respected - not.
A great plot, with lots of twists and turns. Revenge at its finest. And a great side of romance and sexual intrigue. This is a well written thriller that is good, but comes up a bit short of excellent.
I really enjoyed that the setting was in banking and finance, rather than the typical intelligence, military, or Law Enforcement genres. I also think the writer has a nice touch with dialogue, background setting, and character development.
The only downfall involved pacing and plot development. Occasionally, it felt like something was skipped and then other times, it felt like the story stagnated. On the whole, however, I will certainly be looking for more work by Mr. Reich which is always a good indicator. Well, I can't argue that the premise isn't any good on this one. I bought this book twice because of it.
Not deliberately though. I'm a big fan of corporate thrillers, so I bought it based on the premise in hardcover when it came out. Unfortunately, it never caught my interest enough during the first part, and it kept getting pushed aside until it landed in the library donations pile.
Then, a year or so go by and I read the description of the premise and some of the reviews not remembering I'd previously bought it , and I bought it again in paperback. Once I realized my error, I was determined to get through it. But, it still took me months, as I never really wanted to pick it up versus something else I had available even when I was well over half-way through it.
So, for me, the premise is good. I didn't find the character development that bad either for this genre, and there a number of "scenes" or instances in which it was interesting and action-packed. The writing's not that bad either.
The problem is the story just isn't crafted well enough to keep the action moving along and the reader or at least me engaged. Even many of the enjoyable "scenes" are round-about sidelines to nothing.
In the end, the story, as long as it is, just never connects well.
This read was a reach back to satisfy my curiosity about the author's storytelling talent.