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Angel Eyes

3.69  ·  Rating Details  ·  442 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
"Gripping...Spellbinding...A suspense novel that kill keep you glued to its pages."
Unknown to one another, three brilliant determined women in Tokyo, Washington, and Moscow will ignite events that not only decide the fates of drug runners and Japanese Yakuza members, intelligence agents and arms brokers, but that could also change the face of the world map.
Paperback, 544 pages
Published March 1st 1995 by Fawcett (first published February 1991)
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Aug 30, 2014 Christian rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: thriller
I wasn't particularly thrilled with this book. The tale of three strong women whose stories crossed in a supposedly unexpected fashion. While each of the stories had their own charm, and i personally liked Tori Nunn, the supposed main heroine best, the connection between the plots appeared forced, I don't want to say Lustbader wrote predictable, but I was very certain early on what the main twist was supposed to be (view spoiler). Also the age old topic ...more
Andrew Carter
Very complicated story which at times let the details of the characters' actions overshadow the principal story. In actuality, the real story did not surface until near the end of the book. Lengthy book.
Mar 03, 2016 Ed rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: No one.
I gave up 50 pages into this overdone, incomprehensible, slow moving disappointment. To call the writing style turgid would attribute to it a liveliness it doesn't deserve.

I was a fan of Lustbader's when he was writing the Nicholas Linnear series but something has changed, perhaps my appreciation for Lustbader's writing.

From the sound of other reviews, I'm not totally alone in my opinion. Just the thought of hanging in there for another 470 pages moved me to move on, something I don't usually
Aug 12, 2014 Kelly rated it liked it
Liked the story but jumped around a lot.
J. Ewbank
May 07, 2010 J. Ewbank rated it really liked it
Lustbader is one of a kind. His novels are always suspenceful, and can be worldwide with its implications. This books is a good read, involving technology which affects the world, our knowledge and exploration of deep space and shiftingl politics in our world.

Mystery, and suspense readers will enjoy this book!

J. Robert Ewbank author "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the 'Isms'"
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Dec 28, 2009 Theophilus (Theo) rated it really liked it
I learned that there can be women super-spy martial arts heroes and the story is just as good as one with a male protagonist. Lustbader takes three different women in three different parts of the world and draws them together in a logical and seamless story.
Oct 08, 2012 Fangdangled rated it really liked it
Great story! I am a big martial arts fan and loved this book. The female protagonist is likable yet dark. The story unfolds methodically but is action packed. It's a fund read.
Apr 01, 2011 Michelle rated it it was amazing
LOVED this!!!!!!!!!
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Eric Van Lustbader was born and raised in Greenwich Village. He is the author of more than twenty-five best-selling novels, including The Ninja, in which he introduced Nicholas Linnear, one of modern fiction's most beloved and enduring heroes. The Ninja was sold to 20th CenturyFox, to be made into a major motion picture. His novels have been translated into over twenty languages.

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