The Honor of Spies (Honor Bound Series #5)

The Honor of Spies (Honor Bound Series #5)

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The Honor of Spies (Honor Bound Series #5) 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 134 reviews.
none0 More than 1 year ago
The first time I read a Griffin book that had been co-authored with his son, I had to put it down unfinished - it was in the ' Men at War ' series, and as one who had read and re-read all of Griffin's books many times, it was easy for me to see that two hands were at work. The next co-authored book was much better, and the teamwork keeps on improving. The last co-authored book, "The Traffickers" suffered horribly at the hands of the editors at GP Putnam (as did a recent Clive Cussler title). The Putnam folks did a better job this time, but have yet to achieve anthing near perfection. For fans of Cletus Frade and the other characters, this book does not disappoint. My first reading was - as are most first readings - hurried, and I have just begun my second, and more careful, read of the book. One of the best things about the books of WEB Griffin, other than the historical details, are the well-drawn characters and attention to detail. Again, this book is worth the price and will not disappoint.
MUNIR More than 1 year ago
I was late in reading the book, as I am not living in the US. Nevertheless, I went through it as soon as it arrived and I can only say this is what we expect from this great writer. Bringing us back to the days of WWII and all its intrigues, the private life of the Frade family and the great camaraderie and loyalty among the members of the Husares de Pueyrredon is like being among them again. Yes, there are also honest Germans among the band of misfits and this was experienced also in other parts of the world during the war. But most had unfortunately given their lives to get rid of the evil at home. It is also a well known fact that many of the criminals fled to South America and had and still have florishing businesses well in to their third generations. I hope (and feel) that there will be more of these series, that not only are great to read, but also an uncontested lesson of history of events that no one in the Americas (the US especially) know or tend to remember. Thank you again for giving us this great pleasure. K.Münir HAMAMCIOGLU Istanbul, Türkiye
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is the fifth of the Honor Bound series of W.E.B Griffin and I have to say it is one of my favorite. I communte about two hours each day to work and I am always listening to audiobooks in my car. This one kept me on the edge of my seat for days. It is a pleasure to listen to and you get very involved in the characters. I have loved every book in this series and could hardly wait to listen to this one. I like the fact that Griffin draws the listener/reader into the world of spies and war. I wasn't alive during the time period portrayed by this book but my uncle, aunt, and partents were. I love to ask them questions about the validity of some aspects of this audiobook. It is a great conversation starter.
Packratt More than 1 year ago
it has a real lack of an ending, I thought that I hadn't downloaded all of the pages!
skydiverFL More than 1 year ago
Typical for WEB Griffin means fantastic for most any other writer. Griffin, and now his son continues to mete out hour after hour of good solid writing on the men in uniform, the solid characters, and the honor of arms. He sees inside as well as someone who spent 20 years in uniform, the deep seated need of these men and women to serve. I'm delighted to see each new book and all of his series, and hope that he continues to write for many more years.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A strong continuation of a great WWII story.
oldgoldenhair More than 1 year ago
As in all his past achievements, W.E.B. allways manages to capture your attention. The plot, the cast of characters are artistically entwined to grasp an hold your attention through to the end that arrives leaving you with the want for his next accomplishment.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A very entertaining book, like all of his others. I do wish Griffin would advance the story more, and spend 100 pages less in re-telling and repeating.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
To those who like the other works of Griffin, you must like this story. The books in this series are fast paced military intelligence stories, that make you believe that the good guys can still win. Excellent read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It does continue the story of what may or may not have happened in Argentina prior to the Peron regime. And there is occassionaly humor.
Anonymous 7 months ago
Good plot but too much time spent rehashing previous volumes in the series. Ending a little anti-climactic.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent plot weaving fiction with WWII history. Love the whole Honor Bound Series.
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Sigman More than 1 year ago
I've read all the Honor Bound Series now and hope there are more are to come!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Part of a book series and the author feels a paragraph or half-page explanation is needed as each character enters the story. We already know about the main characters. I would bet that 1/4 of the book was a rehash of who's who and how they fit into the story. Wasted space in a book that could/should have had more action.
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