Well written but the last third part was better.
Gripping read with unexpected ending. Hard to put down.
Very good, fast paced novel.
Economist. loosely based on post political Tony blair.
Harris wrote the screenplay for the film Ghost Writer, and "with Polanski’s help, managed to give new vibrant life to his crime novel, The Ghost, about a disgraced Tony Blair-like former British Prime Minister and what happens when the man he hires to write his memoir stumbles upon some shady episodes in the PM’s past. It’s rare to find such a compellingly complex thriller in print or on film, much less both."
I really liked this book. The suspense is well crafted and the book well written. I especially liked the sense of humour and rather sardonic turn of phrase of the eminently believable narrator.
A suspenseful, engaging well written thriller. I thoroughly enjoyed this book
I saw the movie The Ghost Writer which I thoroughly enjoyed, so I got the book The Ghost. I was totally enthralled and pleased that the movie had been true to the book. Of course the fact that Robert Harris wrote the screenplay was a big plus. I am now looking forward to reading his other books.
If you liked Imperium and Pompeii (like I did), you might be disappointed by this book.
It's a thriller, but I just could not get interested in the story, and it has its lenghts (e.g., was it really necessary to copy and paste pages and pages of a google search?)
It probably helps if you know about British politics, with background information it could be a lot more interesting.
Robert Harris writes excellent literary thrillers. This is one of his best.
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