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Dancing Bear #2020

Dancing Bear Would you help a desperate young woman knocking on your door As a security guard do you really have a choice A desperate young woman is knocking on the door of the Israeli consulate in Boston seekin

  • Title: Dancing Bear
  • Author: Oren Sanderson
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dancing Bear By Oren Sanderson, Would you help a desperate young woman knocking on your door As a security guard, do you really have a choice A desperate young woman is knocking on the door of the Israeli consulate in Boston, seeking asylum, claiming that she is the only survivor of an Israeli spy network The gate remains locked, but a security guard, who falls in love with her, is trying unsuccessfullyWould you help a desperate young woman knocking on your door As a security guard, do you really have a choice A desperate young woman is knocking on the door of the Israeli consulate in Boston, seeking asylum, claiming that she is the only survivor of an Israeli spy network The gate remains locked, but a security guard, who falls in love with her, is trying unsuccessfully to rescue her He embarks on a discovery trail, meeting tough American and Israeli government agents, cynical merchants and passionate dreamers By the end of the trail he discovers the woman and the truth that lies underneath her story and his own life Dancing Bear is a political thriller, in which the author managed to bring in his life experiences into the story, and create a fast paced read with twists and turns.The story ripples with things just under the surface, waiting to be revealed by the reader.

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    1 thought on “Dancing Bear

    1. SenselessSlow starting and went downhill from there Needs a little research and a little information for a comprehensive good book.

    2. Dancing Bear, was a pleasant surprise I read a lot of spy stories, and a lot of thrillers and just have now begun to read some romances This book touches down on all three genres Mingles them together effortlessly.At first Dancing bear was just like every other spy book I have read Although I will admit that it is faster paced, and I honestly believe better written.But just when you feel like this is something you have read, a path you have already been down It bolts you onto a completely differ [...]

    3. As a huge fan of le Carre reads, I love espionage thrillers This story opens with the insistent humming of something just below the surface.A mysterious woman shows up at the Israeli consulate in Boston and nothing is the same in the security guard s life after he throws caution to the wind and decides to believe her story and help her.This story ripples with things just under the surface waiting to be revealed as well as some good twists and turns.Does David the security guard make the right de [...]

    4. I love espionage and spy novels and Dancing Bear is a definite must read Filled with thrills and suspense, the story grips you the moment you begin reading There s certainly some twists that you don t see coming, but that s for you to see for yourself David falls in love with the mysterious woman that arrives at the Israeli consulate office in Boston She goes by the name of Kate Beaver and is claiming many things David is unable to stop himself from helping her, and when he makes that decision h [...]

    5. Dancing Bear by Oren Sanderson is filled with action and keeps its word and true spirit to thriller fictions The two main characters are believable I must say I personally thought Kate was certifiable But while they are on the run for their lives, Sanderson takes the reader on an adventure through multiple cities Neither with any real experience, but they fight for their lives and try to determine which people are their friend or foe Overall the book is great but the editorial revisions at the b [...]

    6. For better or worse, Spy novels tend to be similar in many ways At first this book seems to follow that rule, but after reading it I realized that this book was actually pretty clever in many ways It s original for sure with a story that gets deeper and complex as you read The writing is good and flows well compared to some spy novels I ve read The dynamic between David and Kate makes for a good story I d say that this is worth the read if your in the mood for an original spy novel.

    7. There wasn t much I liked about this book The Kindle edition had many typos and very annoying typo corrections The only thing that I found interesting was the incident that triggered the series of events in the book The protagonist came across as unintelligent despite or perhaps not of having a law degree The story line with his mother came across very deus ex machina y What a waste of my time

    8. A Real Spy Drama Without A WinnerA Real Spy Drama Without A WinnerThis is a drama of lies that twists and turns endlessly One moment we are embedded in details then we break free Several plots are running around at the same time I only read the book to the end because I wanted to know if our hero caught his woman I thought the book rambled on and on.

    9. Lots of twists and turns.I think the plot was very good But the way it evolved was really not very believable I know it is fiction, but for one man to get through all the beuracricies is quite unbelievable But all in all it was well written.

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