Decisamente non ha niente a che fare con i suoi romanzi "Mondo senza fine" e "Pilastri della terra". Si legge con facilità ed ha un finale scontato. Cmq non male.
L'uomo di Pietroburgo by Ken Follett (1982)
This thriller takes us in 1914. England and France prepare their defenses against a belligerent Germany. Both sides need Russia. The Earl of Warden and Churchill are negotiating a secret alliance with the Russian Tsar envoy. The revolutionaries in Russia think differently and will act accordingly....Continua
This book was a good mix of historical fiction and thriller set in the months leading up to World War I. Though the characters at times seemed two-dimensional, the relationships and events made them come alive now and again.