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Gordon Zuckerman

Forfatter af Fortunes of War

5 Værker 235 Medlemmer 109 Anmeldelser 1 Favorited
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Gordon Zuckerman's debut historical thriller, Fortunes of War, was an Amazon best-seller. His follow-up novels, Crude Deception and Matter of Importance, received critical acclaim. His writings are based an being a successful serial entrepreneur. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.


Værker af Gordon Zuckerman

Fortunes of War (2009) 127 eksemplarer
A Matter of Importance (2012) 34 eksemplarer
Crude Deception (2011) 27 eksemplarer
Voices Behind the Curtain (2017) 22 eksemplarer

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Crude Deception i Book talk (december 2023)


This review was written for LibraryThing Early Reviewers.
has some interesting things but they get lost in a standard cookie cutter plot and the terrible editing doesn't help. looking for military historical fiction that doesn't feel like some boomer clancy copy has been tough.
Sage_DeForest | 20 andre anmeldelser | Jun 2, 2024 |
This review was written for LibraryThing Early Reviewers.
This story seems especially relevant in mid 2024 with middle Eastern tensions flaring up and affecting the lives of many. My spouse is from the region and has shared stories of his grandparents as they lived with the repercussions of the decisions of forces beyond their control. I liked reading this from a different perspective to supplement the tales I've heard already. There are still no easy answers though. Why is it so difficult to the "right" thing? Or is it a matter of perspective? It was easy to imagine the characters and suspense as the author described the events. Recommended for those interested in both historical events and current after effects.… (mere)
PaulaSeeger | 20 andre anmeldelser | May 27, 2024 |
This review was written for LibraryThing Early Reviewers.
Great for fans of historical fiction! The plot kept me engaged, but the proof I was sent could use a bit more editing for clarity.
bookworm1701 | 20 andre anmeldelser | May 15, 2024 |
This review was written for LibraryThing Early Reviewers.
I received this book as part of LT Early Reviewers. As a concept, this book had me very excited to read it. I enjoy spy/action novels, and one set around the 1953 Iranian coup? Sign me up! The book itself was disappointing though, as the author uses a lot of board room lingo (unironically using synergy for example) and the characters never felt natural to me. This detracted from the story a bit, but it may appeal more to people that use that language regularly. Overall, interesting concept but difficult for me to get through. I hope the author continues writing and refining their craft because if they could make the characters livelier the stories are there.
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dlweeks | 20 andre anmeldelser | May 15, 2024 |

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