The Unquiet Genius
A Classic World War II Spy Thriller
Fiction, Action and Adventure, Historical, Thriller, Suspense
World War II Fiction, World War II Espionage Thriller
A SCIENTIST IN HIDING. A RACE TO THE ULTIMATE WEAPON. CAN A BOLD OPERATIVE CRUSH NAZI PLANS BEFORE HE’S TAKEN OUT BY A NAZI BULLET?
December, 1942. Conor Thorn will stop at nothing to end Hitler’s terror. So when a brilliant nuclear physicist is discovered holed up in Italy, the elite OSS agent reunites with his MI6 counterpart and slips behind enemy lines on a recruitment mission. Now pitted against rival forces also on the hunt, Thorn is hell-bent on preventing the key to an atomic weapon from falling into ruthless Nazi hands.
With the clock ticking on the escalating war, his operation falls under threat when
his objective proves elusive. And as Russia, a double-dealing Italian monsignor, and the Vatican all converge on the reluctant theoretician’s hideaway, Thorn struggles to keep clear of an ever-tightening deadly trap.
Can he deliver victory to the Allies before the world goes up in flames?
The Unquiet Genius is the third book in the pulse-pounding Conor Thorn spy series. If you like resolute heroes, nail-biting action, and genocidal global stakes, then you’ll love Glenn Dyer’s historically inspired thrill-ride.
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"The Unquiet Genius: A Classic World War II Spy Thriller (A Conor Thorn Novel Book 3) by Glenn Dyer is a historical espionage thriller set in the World War II period.
With a witty title and captivating cover art, the book can reel in readers at first glance.
The beginning of the book intrigues the reader in a specific way - many questions occur and the interest is spiked from the start. The prologue is done well and accurately sets the mood of the novel.
As the story begins it is evident that the author has a talent for creating suspense and mystery.
The author takes us on a thrilling journey from England to Italy. On it, we can see what it was like during WWII and follow a spy on his mission to end the horror. The plot of the novel is well-researched but yet it stays completely fictional. This is a mix that few can do. There are times that the story has lows as every story has, but then it comes back stronger.
The story moves swiftly, and the pace is good. It spikes a roller coaster of emotions and it keeps the readers on the edge.
The Unquiet Genius is not a character-driven novel. The characters, though well-developed are not the main point of the book. The dialogue and overall communication are not the strongest sides of the novel. Conor Thorn is well crafted, yet seemed a bit shallow at times but that was not an issue, and didn't take from the pleasure of reading it. Ettore Majorana is another character that is quite memorable. The romance is not much but enough to satisfy the readers' needs.
The most enjoyable thing, or let's say one of them, was the author's ability to create the atmosphere - it feels like the reader is there, on spot with the characters. The other that comes to mind is the knowledge the author demonstrates in the language and terms of the time period.
Fast-paced, thrilling, and compelling are the words that can describe the Unquiet Genius the best. Even though it is the third book of the series, it can be read as a standalone.
In conclusion, it is a nice book for genre lovers. It immerses the reader in the plot and reveals a complex and fascinating story.
Rating 3.5 - 4 stars.
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Nov 20, 2022
Nov 20, 2022