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What the community says about Eye of the Needle
- "I love this book! It is so thrilling. One minute I am disgusted and scared, the next I feel all romantic, warm and cozy. I feel like in someway this book is real. I mean, Everyone in love has to deal with a side of their significant other that may not be preferred. This is a great book! A must read! "
- "Eye of the Needle is a thriller that I had a lot of fun read. The mysterious elements in the book will really take you on for a ride and left me wanting to read more and more each time that I had to put this book down. I found it especially appealing to me because I'm interested in history. "
- "I have recently become a fan of Ken Follett novels. I read the first Pillars of the Earth series a while back,but I started reading other types of literature for some time, so it was a while before I got back to his novels. I am also interested in Historical Fiction. I know that most of the characters in this novel are fictional, they seemed very real. I was especially captivated by the protagonist, Henry Faber. (He is a great example of how the protagonist of a story does not need to be the "hero" or "good guy.") There were times when I nearly found myself rooting for Faber. At the same time I was rooting for Bloggs. I admit that I questioned who would "win the race" until the very end. Faber's relationship with Lucy Rose was intriguing. The internal conflicts that both had made it suspenseful right up to the very end. I honestly did not know if one of them would make decisions just based on their feelings for each other. The last couple of pages which showed Faber's final message to Hitler shocked me. I loved the final twist. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys WWII fiction or anyone who likes Follett but has not had the chance to read this book."