[ebook PDF] The Last Testament AUTHOR Sam Bourne


10 thoughts on “The Last Testament

  1. says:

    People keep on buying me books I won't likeThis trashy thriller is so contrived I nearly cried Not for the first time I'm grateful a book doesn't take long to readComparisons to The Da Vinci Code are inevitable because this is in precisely the

  2. says:

    Contrived predictable and not very believable Typical airport bookstore ware

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    Another sensational book by Sam Bourne exploring not only a fast paced thriller genre but also some ancient biblical mystery Set against the lat

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    You know the feeling when you click I am feeling lucky in Google search I had the same feeling when I picked up Sam Bourne's The last Testament Neither of them the author or the novel was recommended I was asking myself if

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    Ok so this is my first review in this forum so please bare with meBefore having to justify my 4 star rating for the book I'd like to note for many of you that the rating system provided by Goodreads should be taken at face value; that is the book be rated according to your enjoyment rather than say the individual technical components of the book itself style narrative character development etc that I have seen many refer to in th

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    You can really tell that a man wrote this book The descriptions of the central characters internal thoughts were at times laughable Women even

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    I enjoyed this book I thought it was well paced with a good storyAn interesting use of history's influence on modern events with what I thought were well thought out conseuences

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    #Bookreview THE LAST TESTAMENT by SAM BOURNE 🕍🕌⛪There are different reasons for picking up a book and this time it was purely the exciting cover with the highly ambitious and suggestive tagline THE BIGGEST CHALLENGER TO DAN BROWN'S CROWN Such direct comparisons can work both ways as they work brilliantly in enticing you towards an unknown author but also raise the expectations manifold I think Mr Dan Brown can

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    Very predictable and not very believable Very disappointed Below is a breakdown of my ratingEnjoyability 2Re Readability 1Character Development 25Complexity 25Writing Style 2Believability 15Overall 192This was the first novel I have read by

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    This was a bit shit The problem is that Bourne seems to want to obscure the story rather than tell it He jumps about from one storyline to another just as you get interested in one thread the chapter ends and the next whisks you away back in time perhaps to another Disorientated you have to start again and then just as that thread gets interesting off we go againI can see how this is trying to be clever and t

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The Last Testament

O fim de todas as coisas está escrito há muitoAbril de 2003 O exército americano entra em Bagdade e assume o controlo da capital irauiana Durante o caos ue se segue milhares de pessoas aproveitam para sauear o Museu Nacional de Antiguidades Entre elas um rapaz de 15 anos ue rouba uma peça ancestral ignorando ue o seu acto pode vir a desencadear a guerra ue porá fim a to Another sensational book by Sam Bourne exploring not only a fast paced thriller genre but also some ancient biblical mystery Set against the latest round of the Middle East peace talks Bourne brings together a peace negotiator and the son of the man with the key to the secret sending them on a mission to uncover this secret and keep from being killedBourne uses some key elements to push the story and its plot forward namely the ongoing push for peace in the region with the US as its key negotiator an ancient mystery that could either derail or solidify the talks and the rush against time to discover the secret and get it to those who need it before time runs out Set mainly in Israel and the Occupied Territory Bourne spices things up with masked men murders and just enough technology that the3 reader cannot help but forging ahead to see just what happened Without being overly preachy Bourne lays out some of the key concerns in the Peace process and the actors involved While names can be interchanged the premise remains the same Historically gripping as well Bourne adds just enough history to keep the reader informed and yet not bogged downWhile no biblical scholar this book surpasses anything Dan Brown has written with a religious undertone Perhaps the world should look to Bourne and ask if he has uncovered some ancient mysteries long forgottenExcellent work Mr Bourne I am hooked

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Das as guerras Anos mais tarde na véspera do histórico acordo de paz entre Israelitas e Palestinianos os guarda costas do primeiro ministro israelita abatem um presumível assassino Mas o ue eles pensaram ser uma arma era apenas um bilhete manchado de sangue Com a escalada de tensão no Médio Oriente a atingir um ponto crítico Washington decide enviar para a região a su Ok so this is my first review in this forum so please bare with meBefore having to justify my 4 star rating for the book I d like to note for many of you that the rating system provided by Goodreads should be taken at face value that is the book be rated according to your enjoyment rather than say the individual technical components of the book itself style narrative character development etc that I have seen many refer to in this spaceWith that said I will admit to having read The Last Testament over a year ago All I remember of the book is the basic plot line along with the fact that I truly enjoyed the time I spent with it between my fingers it is what it is a pupl thriller with some interesting historical tidbits and reflections thrown in here and there It is written at a comfortable pace it was inexpensive it was fun And that is the reason why I would recommend anyone looking for the same to pick it up and spend some time in its care the Last Testament by Sam Bourne will entertain you nothing nothing less

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A principal mediadora de acordos de paz Maggie Costello ue de imediato se depara com violência extrema mortes inexplicáveis e segredos ancestrais Mas Maggie não só tem velhos pecados por expiar como parece ser uem guarda a chave para o último enigma da Bíblia A sua chocante revelação pode resolver o mais antigo conflito à face da Terra ou deixar o planeta em ruínas Bookreview THE LAST TESTAMENT by SAM BOURNE There are different reasons for picking up a book and this time it was purely the exciting cover with the highly ambitious and suggestive tagline THE BIGGEST CHALLENGER TO DAN BROWN S CROWN Such direct comparisons can work both ways as they work brilliantly in enticing you towards an unknown author but also raise the expectations manifold I think Mr Dan Brown can rest easy because this novel comes nowhere near any of his mythological thrillers Nevertheless it is a good enough novel in itself for a one time read Though I would have liked details and certainly a less predictable story line and definitely thrills and a better ending The climax was just too much of a fairy tale for me and completely implausible Also the virtual game Second Life thing was a laughable overkill However some things which did work for me were the pace of the novel some interesting tid bits about the ancient history of Israel and Palestine and the strong willed Irish American protagonist Maggie Costello Still recommend it as a one time read 355

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About the Author: Sam Bourne

Jonathan Freedland an award winning British journalist and broadcaster He has written a weekly column for The Guardian since 1997 having previously served as the paper's Washington correspondent His work has also appeared in The New York Times The New York Review of Books the Los Angeles Times The Washington Post Newsweek The New Republic and The Jewish Chronicle and he presents BBC Radio 4's contemporary history series The Long ViewFor nearly two decades he has covered the Middle East conflict and in 2002 he chaired a three day dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians which was sponsored by The Guardian The participants in that meeting went on to broker the 2003 Geneva AccordFreedland is the author of the New York Times bestselling novel The Righteous Men also a number one bestseller in the UK which has been translated into thirty one languages and the nonfiction works Jacob's Gift and Bring Home the Revolution He lives in London with his wife and two children