The Spymasters (Men at War Series #7)

The Spymasters (Men at War Series #7)

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The Spymasters 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 57 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have been a regular reader of WEB Griffin's works over the years and have read all his series multiple times. The Men at War series has been a very good read most of the time. This book was not one of his best. It moved along very slowly and did not deal with the multiple scenarios found in previous books in this series. When completed I was left with the feeling it was written more to set up coming releases than to be a good stand alone story. While I was a bit disappointed I hope the future releases will match other previous works.
pgfrench More than 1 year ago
Am a long time fan of Griffin. This book continues the mastery of the profession. While the storyline is essentially a continuation from prior series books, this book does a good stand-alone of the Spymasters story. A good read.
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MCPO-Ski-USN-Ret More than 1 year ago
I really didn't care for this book from WEB Griffin in that there was a lot of background going on a little of what was happening. I prefer his books where the characters are immersed in espionage or battling the enemy. I have read all of his series, and I just didn't think this one was up to snuff with the rest of his books. However, as much as I was disappointed in this particular book, I will still read his next book, regardless.
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I am done reading the series written by Griffin and"son". I thought it was just my perception of these co-authored books, but after reading other reviews I think I'm right. I used to love his books and looked forward to them. Since the writing partnership started the quality of the books has sunk quickly. I wasn't going to read THE SPYMASTERS after the previous book, but I tried it. I got it from the library because I was didn't want to risk a bad purchase. I am glad I didn't buy it. Same formula of retelling old information from previous books, unneeded filler information, and thin plots that don't stack up to previous books written just by Griffin. I am sorry that the franchise is being turned over to the son. I don't think that the son will be asked to join as many legions or orders as his father if it is based on writing ability. I can hope that there is a grandchild out there with the ability to write well enough so that this franchise doesn't go under. Until then, I'm done with the DeMille series.
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As per usual for W.E.B. and son, a very good book with lots of obvious research. The only problem, for me anyway, is the complete in depth details. I end up getting lost in the details. Good continuing story of the OSS and other under cover agencies during WWII. Getting on in age but I hope the stories continue.
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Aggiepolo80 More than 1 year ago
Another very good book from Griffin, what you would expect from him.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like several successful authors, W.E.B. Griffin has fallen prey to the thought that it's OK to be paid by the pound. This is a shallow finish for the series that started with the "Brotherhood of War". It's clear that Griffin has run out of gas. I won't buy anymore books that are authored by xxxxxx x. xxxxxx and zzzzzzzz z. zzzzzz.