Monday, 21 April 2014

Seb Kirby

Third in a great thriller trilogy.

Forgive No More Forgive No More

My review - 

This is the final book in Seb Kirby's 'No More' trilogy and it's as internationally wide-ranging and exciting as the previous two. James and Julia Blake and their three week old baby are separated while James, in Italy and Germany and his brother Miles in South America, follow the Lando family's fortunes. This is a huge story arc touching on drugs, art, mythology and even the early history of the Nazis.

Seb Kirby manages to keep the excitement cranked up in so many locations and on so many levels. Because of the scope of this book, the only problem I had was remembering who was who though that could well be down to my age. If you love a good thriller with plenty of action and intrigue, this is the series for you.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the perceptive review, Kath. I've spent a little time at Shelfari making notes on each of the characters. Hopefully these will become available on the amazon book page in the fulness of time and show up in the X-ray feature when it becomes activated.