I was mystified by the book title till nearly 583 pages later, revealed by Munro '...They are both oaks, even if they were planted in different forests. But then, m'lord, we all suffer in our different ways from being prisoners of birth,'
Definitely a page turner and almost impossible to put it down. There are twists and surprises in every chapter, the characters are vivid, this book is a perfect candidate for turning into a movie. I'm a fan of the author now.
I won't be the first reader to mention Jeffrey Archer's ability to create a dynamic, absorbing and intriguing atmosphere. His style and use of the language are accurate and rich while easy to read. This, in addition to the interesting and unexpected development of the story, made this book an overwhelming temptation....Continua
Jeffrey Archer is such a masterful storyteller that he can get away with implausible plots. Never mind that Danny Cartwright somehow manages to turn from an illiterate garage mechanic to a business genius and a bright academic and a knight impostor in just a few years. The simple question is, Did I enjoy reading the story? Absolutely. Enough said....Continua