Another winner from Robert Wilson!
More complex than his previous books in the Javier Falcón series and rich in contemporary facts regarding Muslims and their way of using terrorism and Christians and their way of handling fanaticism.
Nothing is what it seems to be and as usual with Robert Wilson’s book, you’ll have to read until the very end in order to the get the whole picture.
I believe “The Hidden Assassins” to be an amazing book in terms of “true” information about the characters that are part of the plot, but when it comes to a spectacular ending I still think “A Small Death in Lisbon”, followed by “The Silent and the Damned” are a bit better, just a bit though. Still this book is the proof that Robert Wilson is a very, very, very underestimated gifted writer and the best in the series.
Hopefully the last chapter will be even better. That’s at least what Robert Wilson has promise, one last Javier Falcón book.