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Greatest Game by Frank Barry
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Feb 02, 2008

it was amazing
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Frank Berry's novel Greatest Game is a compelling read. The question is which is the Greatest Game? Is it the world games put on by World Wide Games or is it the race to control the oil reserves in China?

Berry has woven a great story of espionage, love and revenge. Frank Thro is the ultimate hero in this story. He suffers the death of his father and of his teammates. And if that is not enough for one’s plate, betrayal by a life long friend. Luckily, he gains the love of a CIA operative, who together solve the greatest mystery of the true question at hand “which is the greatest game?”

Frank Berry has done an excellent job with Greatest Game. The story is well written and easy to follow. Franks ability to bring his story alive is extraordinary. You the reader will find yourself entranced, I would really be surprised to find your book with dog eared pages. You will not want to put this down once you start; so don't start it on a night when you want to get some sleep!

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