by Frederick Forsyth

Reviewer Rating:
3

Review

I haven’t read a Frederick Forsyth since his early titles – Day of the Jackal, Fourth Protocol but I saw his newest title and thought I’d give it a go.  Forsyth doesn’t hold back and doesn’t try to make excuses for anyone. He just gives the reader an action packed thriller ripped from the headlines.  A fairly quick read, Kill List has two ongoing stories that cross paths – one involving a Muslim extremist who sends out broadcasts encouraging impressionable young men to go out and pick a target to kill along with the story of a freighter hijacked by Somalian pirates. The reader can pick up some interesting background on the art of negotiating with the pirates. 

Comments

Post new comment