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Body Of LiesDownload Body Of Lies David Ignatius Bandcamptomp3.co.uk Um Agente Da CIA, Ferris, Tenta Se Infiltrar Na Rede Al Qaeda Com A Miss O De Prender Um Dos Mais Perigosos L Deres Da Rede, Um Saudita Conhecido Como Suleiman O Livro Segue De Perto Os Passos De Ferris, Que, Depois De V Rias Tentativas Mal Sucedidas Para Prender O Inimigo, Decide P R Em Pr Tica As Estrat Gias Utilizadas Pelos Ingleses Na Segunda Guerra Mundial.

David Ignatius, a prize winning columnist for the Washington Post, has been covering the Middle East and the CIA for than twenty five years His novels include Agents of Innocence, Body of Lies, and The Increment, now in development for a major motion picture by Jerry Bruckheimer He lives in Washington, DC.

10 thoughts on “Body Of Lies

  1. says:

    This novel is one well crafted post 9 11 spy thriller with a highly elaborate plot The story starts when CIA agent Roger Ferris is sent on a mission to flush out a terrorist known as Suleiman In order to forestall further Al Qaeda attacks he develops an intricate scheme to pit the terrorists against each other by sowing seeds of suspicion that their leaders are collaborating with the Americans Unable to succeed alone, he requires the full support of his boss Ed Hoffman and with the help of Hani Salaam the head of Jordan s intelligence service Ferris sets in motion his body of lies The plot is modeled after a British plan used against the Nazis The Man Who Never Was.The novel really delivers at every level a great story line of realism and great character development The writing is done with a journalistic flavour, of an account seen though the eyes of a reporter, one with first hand experience ...

  2. says:

    I have a lot of mixed feelings about this book On the one hand, I enjoyed hearing about Ferris time in Jordan I felt like the best scenes were between Ferris and the Jordanian spy, Hani, and I also enjoyed the interplay between Roger and his boss Ed Hoffman These three characters were interesting and compelling to watch, although all of them were a little two diamensional.Where the book really fell down was introducing a love story between Ferris and an aid worker, Alice He seems to fall in ...

  3. says:

    There s nothing like an intelligent, well thought out spy novel with believable characters and credible situations If that s your kind of novel, KEEP LOOKING This was horrible Indigestible and inexcusable.It s inexcusable when an author has supposedly smart people do stupid things But it gets even worse here Suspicious people accept information without question Secretive people talk to other people about their secrets A ...

  4. says:

    Fairly well done 8 of 10 stars if you like authentic cia operative stories.

  5. says:

    David Ignatius Body Of Lies is a suspenseful, fast paced, exceptionally well written novel about a secret CIA operation in the Middle East The purpose of the operation is to bring out into the open a master terrorist known only as Suleiman Mr Ignatius, a prized winning columni...

  6. says:

    3,5Este livro foi uma leitura t o agrad vel adoro este tipo de livros especialmente com um final feliz No entanto pareceu me que alguns pontos n o estavam bem assentes por isso as 3,50

  7. says:

    Well paced, but as with almost all such stories, it suffers from being a bit juvenile in its characterizations over simplifying people and their motives and a bit formulaic in its construction However, based on the reporter s background, it is definitely well researched and quite a plausible plot The technical writing and spycraft aspects of the novel are its strongest cards, much like the better Tom Clancy books pre Op Center drivel I had already seen the film before picking up the book, so I know how it goes though the film version is not quite on the same level as Spy Game , it s obviously treading very similar territory with a not too dissimilar level of competency agility in the story telling It s worth picking up there are minor plot holes, as with all such fiction, but overall it s an intelligent portrayal Reminds me quite a bit of Spy...

  8. says:

    I liked this book a lot and there are a lot of things I liked in it above all, the story is totally gripping, I could not put the book down, the last 50 pages are breathtaking The plot is constructed as a masterpiece of espionage fiction double games which become triple, quadruple.unbelievable I also liked the overall intellectual honesty I found in the novel, the non western centric view of things in Middle East, the brutally honest portrait of the CIA for what it actually is a gigantic minster of bureaucracy, filled with too many incompetent technocrats believing their own powerpoint as opposed to the way most spy novels tend to depict it, i.e the hotspot of espionage, the house of the smartest field agents of the world.This is in my view one of the top spy novel...

  9. says:

    I learned sooo much from this book It helped me understand about the thoughts and principles of Arab Muslims I learned that America shoots herself in the foot in Arabia because we deal as arrogant interlopers Yes, we ve got the power, the money and the weapons, but it s their home.Body of Lies was full of adventure and spy story sizzle It would make a great movie starring Bruce Willis, if I got to choose There were surprise...

  10. says:

    Not up to the usual standards of this author s work Only one character was interesting and smart and he had too small of a role While the plot could have been fairly interesting, if the characters had not continuously done stupid things to propel it along, there was entirely too much focus on the MC s romances and the female characters were pretty laughable stereotypes Listened to the audio which was read by Dick Hill who does male characters...

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