Three Religions, One Killer

Rated 4.33/5 based on 4 reviews
A young jude flees from Worldwar II and starts exploiting television in America. Instead of fighting each other he gets help by a muslim and christian friend, while his competitor with his nazi background is literally killing. More

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Words: 80,190
Language: English
ISBN: 9789081206020
About Benn Flore

Benn Flore, now 65, started to write for magazines and a book for Reed Elsevier 40 years ago. Today he focuses on literary thrillers. He won the Commprix in 2004 and the 'Zeeland' version of the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedom Award in 2010.

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Reviews

Review by: Snjezana Marinkovic on Nov. 05, 2013 :
This book first piqued my curiosity based on the title and soon found that it did not disappoint. It was interesting right from the start and became even more thought provoking after each new page. It is a blend of three major religions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam) with a plot set between Europe and America. This book is filled with suspense and even though its context is historical it can be easily connected to our present time and current world events. What I liked the most about this book is the way the main characters slowly but surely engage the reader into the story so it can be experienced to the fullest. Three Religions, One Killer may have many messages, but one stands out - differences can bring people together, can bring peace in spite of many obstacles. That notion is demonstrated as the author described the main characters: “…working together. They haven’t given up on their dream.”

I highly recommend this book.
(review of free book)

Review by: RandyCoventry Red on Dec. 27, 2012 :
A very convincing story, about what happened after Worldwar II. With surprising details about the impact of television on mankind. Thrilling history, like a movie. The book earns a better translation. That is why I give three stars, not four or five.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Ramona Schrierer on Sep. 27, 2011 : (no rating)
An exciting book with an interesting insight, allthough pure fiction, in the making of the tv-century. Thrilling adventure. This would be a five star plus if the translation would be better.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Jan Hendrik on Jan. 31, 2011 :
It takes a time to start but once the main character flees the war and is in America you cannot stop reading. The translation could be better, but the story let you forget all about that.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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