I liked it. Good readers, interesting info on CIA & the less than spectacular spy stuff. Better than a lot of 'spy novels' on the shelves.
I found this fascinating, and even went to look them up on the internet afterwards. (I was especially interested in their child.)
The system seems to have lost my comment on this book. Anyway the book was OK and basically held my interest but I wouldn't recommend it to others. The most interesting part was getting a picture of what life as a CIA operative in other countries is like. Dayna's sections are generally more interesting than Bob's.
Eh. It was alright but it wasn't the inside scoop on the CIA or the life of a spy that I thought it would be. Either that, or being a spy just isn't that exciting. Also, it was a little hard to follow. It seemed to jump too much from place to place. How did we get to Kabul? I thought we were in Malawi? Although, it was neat to read about Dayna's CIA training on "the farm."
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