From the world's biggest selling author, comes this thrilling story. The magnificent saga of Kane and Abel continues. Hers was the ultimate ambition...
The magnificant story of love and politics that continues the saga of Kane and Abel. The titanic battle between two men obsessed with destroying each other follows on into the next generation. Florentyna Rosnovski, Abel's daughter, inherits all her father's drive, but none of his wealth. A woman gifted with beauty and spirit, but above all with indomitable will, she sets out in pursuit of an ambition that dwarfs both Kane and Abel, as she battles for the highest office of all...
©1982 Jeffrey Archer (P)2013 Pan Macmillan Publishers Ltd
I enjoyed the book but the narrator sounds like a robot or the talking clock. ruined it a bit or me
The follow up to Kane and Abel spends the first half of the book recapping that story through the eyes of Florentina, Abel's daughter and the heroine of this tale. Ultimately for me, that was more interesting than what followed. Fairly pedestrian in pace, unusually for Archer, and just not that much fun... Narration also very robotic. Overall, very average...
Only average relies too much on the retelling of the original. The newer chapters might be of interest if you are interested in American politics. ...
I am retired and have found audiobooks the solution to problems with my hands. I have always loved reading.
This book is very similar to other books by Jeffrey Archer. The story line is almost predictable - all comes right in the end. I enjoyed reading this book with all its twists and turns as Florentina, the main character, finds her way through the American Political maze.
Lorelei King's was just right for the storyline - a good accent which helps with setting the scene. She creates a good atmosphere and adds to the quality of the story.
an awful book I only got through the first two hours which were a rehash of kane and able then gave up no story no excitement no archer
"Disappointing half book was a recap of Kain & Abel"
I eagerly purchased this sequel to Kain and Abel. BUT the first 23 chapters (over half the book) was devoted to a condensed version of Kain and Abel, before it got onto the story of the prodigal daughter. So this story could've been told in the 6 hours that were left of the audio book.
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