Paris, City of Night

Paris, City of Night is an excellent thriller that would make a good movie one day. I found it to be a gripping, compelling story as events unfold in real time. Having visited Paris, I could picture the scenes perfectly, but that is not really necessary as the author, David Downie, paints a vivid picture that sits well in your imagination. The tale itself is full of excitement - as a reader, you want to know what happens next, as the mysteries and intrigues keep building and building. I read it in two sittings, which is a good sign for a book! It didn't feel like a struggle either, both in just reading and following the story. As for the story itself, it was perfectly believable, nothing outlandish and enough room given for you to form your own opinions about characters and their motives. In other words, it doesn't attempt to break you over the head with a sledgehammer.

I'm not sure what else to say apart from this is a very good book, and if you want to read a good thriller, you should give this a try.


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