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Wild Justice:Interdir

Wilbur Smith
Wilbur Smith Published in October 21, 2018, 3:16 am
 Wild Justice:Interdir

Wild Justice:Interdir


Kindle Customer Lee Rogers
Kindle Customer Lee Rogers Reply to on 6 July 2018
A good yarn though somewhat dated by todays genre. The characters are much too implausible, an incredibly handsome James Bond type character and of course an impossibly beautiful young mogul. The sort of read which is ideal for a lazu summer afternoon in the deckchair that is if you like over-painted stereotypical characters and an implausible plot. An early, and not very good Wilbur Smith.
Mr. D. J. Walford
Mr. D. J. Walford Reply to on 23 October 2012
Another fine story from Mr. Smith with a complex plot, likable characters and excellent levels of tension. Above all, 'Wild Justice' is full of adventure and deceit and rich detail describing all of the above !! The protagonist, Peter Stride, is a man you aspire to be, a true boyhood hero.

Wilbur Smith takes us on a long journey beginning over the Indian Ocean,taking us to Southern Africa, the UK, Europe, America and even the south Pacific before finally dumping us in the Middle East where the finale doesn't disappoint. You are never sure of the villain until the last few pages (and even then you wonder if all has been revealed) as Stride hunts down the evil genius known only as 'Caliph'.

One thing that I have come to really appreciate about Wilbur Smith are his characters. Heroes and villains alike are well described and at the peak of their game, but above all, it's Smith's ladies. Beautiful and powerful women who are never to be trifled with. I really enjoyed this story and will definitely read more of Wilbur Smith
Amazon Customer
Amazon Customer Reply to on 27 September 2018
I chose this rating because it demonstrates his skill in weaving a story that is believable, uses facts and well educated superstitions to the outcomes of those facts.
Strong characters, detailed places that most will never experience create a book you have to read in one attempt, usually through the late hours of the night and finish with sense of satisfaction that can only come reading a book from a master of his craft.
Long may he write.
Raymond Hardy
Raymond Hardy Reply to on 27 July 2018
Having read all his books, of which I am an avid reader. Couldn't wait for the morning so I could pick up the book I was currently reading. However this latest book, is the most boring book I have ever attempted to read. I can only describe it as too much waffle and not enough action. The maximum I could handle at a time was 2 to 3 pages, after that my attention was gone. I have now stopped reading it and deleted it from my Kindle
Kindle Customer
Kindle Customer Reply to on 2 September 2018
Not up to Mr Smiths usual standard. The whole tome is more like a 1940s Sherlock Holmes novel, with a bit a sex and travel thrown in.
Mrs J H Reefe
Mrs J H Reefe Reply to on 12 October 2018
Powerful plot from the beginning. Couldn't put it down. Excellent read. Wilbur Smith is one of the best storytellers and he keeps the reader on the edge throughout.
Wombat Reply to on 9 February 2018
Overblown and predictable.
Formulaic tripe for a long haul flight. You will be asleep before you know it.
Poor for Wilbur Smith.
Aged of Wetherby..
Aged of Wetherby.. Reply to on 21 December 2017
First time I have ŕead Wilbur Smith and found it to be an excellent rèad and a gripping story line. Will look for more Wilbur Smith books.
william stevens
william stevens Reply to on 22 June 2018
Most enjoyable, I like Wibur Smiths Style.
Radio Fan
Radio Fan Reply to on 17 March 2018
Book condition is good. Another good story from Wilbur Smith
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