The Boys from Brazil by Ira Levin

Published August 4, 2014

The Boys from Brazil by Ira Levin

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I found this one hard to get into, that first chapter with the Germans meeting in Japan is in so much fine detail that it felt like a really slow start to the story. However, once the plot started to thicken and the action picked up pace, I was hooked.

It’s a terrifying but believable concept, and once it starts to be revealed, the brilliant mystery turns into a thought-provoking read. Very much enjoyed, which was a nice surprise after the slow start.

Rating: Unrated

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