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Sons of Fortune by Jeffrey Archer
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May 07, 2012

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Starts of with a mind-blowing chapter, twins separated at birth. One, goes to a wealthy family, 'The Davenport's' and the other to a middle class, ' the Cart wright's'. They grow into fine young men, their school days, their higher education, the war, how they meet each other(not even having the slightest idea that they were brothers by birth) etc. Archer , the great, does these work of art in top form, keeps us mesmerized as we turn every page, and will make us turn it further and further. A great page-turner. But doesn't this plot sound familiar? Isn't it the plot of some of Archer's previous books? Well, the answer is 'sort of'! Its a great, by intriguing, combo of Kane and Abel and the First among Equals. But, so what? Turns-out its a excellent page-turner and i strongly suggest this book for the beginners of Archer's Epics.

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