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Kane and Abel by Jeffrey Archer
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May 06, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: bbc-100-greatest-books
Read from June 25 to 28, 2012

I've set myself the challenge of reading all the books on the BBC Big Read list - a compilation on the 100 greatest books as of 2003 as voted for by the British public. I started this a number of years ago, and it's not something I'm pursuing seriously, but I have to say this: it's introduced me to books I've fallen in love with that I never would have otherwise read.

This is one of those books.

I never would have read this book just because it's not what I think of as 'my thing', but within pages I was gripped by the characters of (William Lowell) Kane and Abel (Rosnovsky), and my favourite storyline was whichever the book happened to be following at the time. Spanning decades and showing what impact long-standing feuds can have, this book is brilliant and I am definitely going to read more by Jeffrey Archer.
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06/25/2012 page 57
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