Book Review | Crossroads
Author: Steven Nedelton
Crossroads is a smart, tightly written, intense spy thriller that will have you engaged from start to finish for if you get lazy for a second, don’t pay attention to the details, you might miss something. This type of novel, admittedly, is not my usual cup of tea, but it was one that I enjoyed nonetheless.
The drama, the characters, the plot development, the conflicts, the twists and turns — all of these help keep you enthralled from page 1. Steven Nedelton has a real knack for dialogue, which is no simple task.
Crossroads tells a fascinating and intriguing tale of espionage — and mind power — that spans several countries. The plot raises issues like trust and revenge that plague the players in this international spy game.
Don’t think that you can read this for a few minutes here and there, while waiting at the doctor’s office or in the car, because that’s not happening. This novel needs your undivided attention. But that won’t be much of a problem, because you will want to give precisely that, once you start reading. I was so impressed with this novel that I have already lent it to a friend who loves spy thrillers and I trusted that Crossroads would keep his interest just as much as LeCarre or Clancy.
*I received a copy of this book to review but I was not financially compensated in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my observations while reading this novel.*