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fun right so was pretty excited when i it up and right i was pretty excited when i picked it up and started off okay and it stayed okay and it ended okay and that was it it was basically the book euivalent of a flatline i think the language has been poorly translated because it s rather clumsy and the plot is pretty Sheet Metal Shop Practice dull it got to a point where i was so bored with it that i oftenreaded picking the book back up again i have no idea where the le carr comparisons come from either le carr s novels are full of complex twists and turns as Cait and the Devil duplicitous people work foruplicitous agencies and through that there is a subtle or often overt criticism of said agencies their agents their shady actions and even the concept of nationhood so of course such a thing can t exist in a chinese book which would have been censored by the chinese state before it even got to a printing press in the ark is what you get when you take an espionage thriller and minus the intrigue plotting and uplicity oh and the espionage Intricately woven and smart yet the pacing was furious and relentless I couldn t Biggles In The Antarctic decide to take pause to ponder over some points or keep on flipping For some time I had stopped reading spy fiction since I could not stomach another of the LudlumClancy variety Discovering this book reignited my love for spy fiction That said this book was of a mixed genre work with heavy mysteryspy overtones but the overall feel would be literary fiction Recommended for all mysteryspy genre lovers who cannot stand the commercial variety Will review late. Dangerous mission from beyond the graveIn this story of conspiracies geniuses revolutionaries and terrible moral choices people sacrifice everything for a world of secrets until ultimately itestroys th.
free ownload ã eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ Mai JiaInked also by their obsession towards codes and ciphers There is the wind listener a blind man whose supernatural hearing enables him to iscern even the sex of a barking The Ausar Auset Nutrition Handbook dog there is an unstable maths genius who cracks the Kuomintang s newest best code but meets an unfortunate end at the hands of her lover s wife an old man so obsessed with codes heeciphers them in his Girls Und Panzer, vol. 1 dreams and lastly a tale of subterfuge andeception uring the Vietnam In The Dark
Is An Enjoyable Spyan enjoyable spy made special by its plot it s rare to see play a main role in espionage novels so to see the Cold War s high stakes game of spycraft from the Chinese perspective is particularly noteworthy I was uietly won over by this book Cryptography is interesting and the characters surrounding it are as cryptic as the ciphers they are listening for solving and sometimes living I highly recommend this novel really four stories joined by theme and subject Putting the readful Decoded aside In The Dark is a much better prospectThe reader is lead through four short stories all of which involve people with unusual and genius talents which are to be used and exploited by China s Secret Service at the mysterious cryptography Unit 701 Although Mai Jia s writing is sometimes uite surreal In The Dark is very readable and moves along
nicely Reading Chinese literature is always interest this novel is a collection of four novellas loosely linkedReading Chinese literature is always interest this novel is a collection of four novellas loosely linked they tell the story of a mysterious chinese intelligence service working in the mountains ecrypting ciphers and codes as a matter of national impo. Stener' a blind surveillance officer who can hear sounds from miles away; the beautiful unstable maths genius who meets a violent end; the old man who eciphers codes in his reams; the spy who recounts