Case White

Case White

by Thomas Sullivan

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ISBN-13: 9781941408834
Publisher: Crossroad Press
Publication date: 01/15/2017
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.21(h) x 0.81(d)

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Case White 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
C_Lanham More than 1 year ago
Case White packs a powerful punch that will leave you wobbling around with a smile on your face and goose bumps running up and down your arms for days. Thought provoking and wholly captivating, it’s the most gripping book I’ve read this year. Sullivan is a master at taking numerous genres and pouring them on the canvas Jackson Pollock style, the results of which have earned him a Pulitzer nom, the Hemingway Days Literary Award, and USA Today bestselling status. I started with the beautiful and poignant THE PHASES OF HARRY MOON and then began haunting the library, tracking down all of his titles. Yep, he’s one of those authors – the kind that gets you up on your feet and dancing when you realize he’s got some fourteen or so books you can throw yourself into. Case White might just be the best of the bunch, and for a fan like me, that’s saying worlds!
Book_Bling_Reviews More than 1 year ago
"Plan White" as the Nazis called their prewar plan to invade and destroy enemies, is a fictionalized perspective of horrific historic events as seen through the uncanny vision of a World-Class, Pulitzer-Nominated Wordsmith. Sullivan's fascinating characters live out their lives in a breathtaking whirlwind of intrigue and substantiated conspiracies worthy of a mass insanity that could enable genocide and its inevitable retaliation. Case White reads like the rise and fall of an anti-Christ, and illustrates in believable detail how people could fall prey to his hypnotic psychosis--like drivers unable to look away from a disturbing accident scene while following police directives to move along. The reader begins to understand how intertwined historical events can be, and how decisions that individuals make can shape events that change the world.  Fortunately you don't have to be a fan of history or war or politics to love this novel. The interaction of characters who share motivations, insecurities and sudden urges few would talk about with their closest friends draw the reader forward with eager anticipation and sometimes squeamish realization. Sullivan is the sorcerer behind this mystical tale.  Book Bling gives this novel FIVE STARS!
DocFoto More than 1 year ago
I don’t know, maybe it was because I had just finished reading a biography of Cecil B. DeMille, because Thomas Sullivan’s newest novel, Case White, reads like a major motion picture just waiting to happen - lights, camera, ACTION!  Case White has it all, suspense, romance, humor, and did I say suspense?  It is a thriller that seizes the reader and takes you on a ride through history going back to the crucifixion and up through WWII with a focus on the evil that griped central Europe under the Hitler regime.   Sullivan can turn a phrase quicker than a whirling dervish can do a pirouette.  I found myself underlining passages because I was so taken with his poetic descriptions.  He is a master of his trade.  Reading Case White will convince you of that, no doubt. ~ Mark Manrique
BevAquarius More than 1 year ago
Read this on a recommendation though I’m not a big fan of historicals. So this is just amazing to me. I’m sure some of the history is fiction, but you really can’t tell and the story of Mika and Krantz and Lutka is fascinating on its own. Still sorting this out, but only a great read can do that to me.
Woodcut More than 1 year ago
Having been a Sully reader and admirer for years, I naturally expected CASE WHITE to be an excellent book.  I wasn't prepared to actually feel the powerful effect of the words.  That was a new experience, and it lingers still.    Robert C. Jones
Alice Teranian More than 1 year ago
This is perhaps the most engrossing book I've read this year. Mr. Sullivan uses two characters to portray some incredible history. It's not light reading, but it is riveting and I'd have to say important!