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The Road to Omaha: A Novel

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 20, 2012

    What an absolute waste of my hard earned money by purchasing thi

    What an absolute waste of my hard earned money by purchasing this book on my NOOK. I didn't get past the first several pages before abandoning this ridiculous excuse for a fictional novel. Can I get my money back?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2005

    Simply Outstanding

    I am a big fan of Mr. Ludlam's writing have been for years. I recently decided to re-read 'Road to Omaha' again and I was not disappointed one bit! I can't exactly recall how many times I put down this book laughing hysterically, as Mr. Ludlam's character development was simply outstanding. Perhaps 'Road to Omaha' is a little off center from other works by the Master of the espionage' genre', but make no mistake, this is one pager turning, wonderfully crafted novel!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 20, 2000

    Wacky and zany: Ludlum does it again.

    After his first 'Road' novel, Ludlum proves once again that he still has plenty of humor on tap. It seems Ludlum uses these vehicles as a release of his artistic expression in a way that strays only slightly from his usual form. The makings of a true espionage thriller are still there with 'Omaha' only the elements of 'wacky and zany' are thrown in to add a sincere element of whimsy from the author. This suspenseful novel keeps with the standard set by other Ludlum thrillers and I definately recommend it for the reader who enjoys high-adventure 'with a twist.'

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