The plot is compelling; the writing taut, lucid. Simply superb fiction. Kestin brings the action alive through details both mundane and exotic… A vivid picture of life in an everyday war zone.
Extraordinary… A powerful and unsettling finale. Hesh Kestin is a superb storyteller who knows the Middle East intimately.
The Lie is alive with an abundance of surprising fact and thoroughly engaging fiction. The Lie's political, cultural, and personal insights are matched only by its breathtaking action and suspense. Quite simply, the best thriller I've read in ages.
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Book review: The Lie by Helen Dunmore - The Scotsman
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Product Details. But the sheer length of Third Wind has been an inhibitor to broad readership. We all have many choices of what to read, and even avid readers will hesitate to read a long book they know nothing about. So Half-Life of the Lie is short — less than half of Third Wind in length — but still powerful, in my view. No spoiler alerts here, but I promise you an engaging plot, believable characters, facts and realism, and confrontation of big themes.
Half-Life of the Lie examines another perspective.
The Truth Behind the Lie
I have a personal disdain for sequels. Especially in the world of self-publishing I see many authors who seek to thrive on writing long series, hoping to hook the reader on one volume and draw them into the rest. Some of these people have talent as writers; others do not. You will never see a sequel from me, even if you beg for one.
I relish trying something different with each new effort. Half-Life of the Lie reflects this, and yet there is a flow and a consistency with my earlier novels and there is no mistaking its author.