The spy who came in from the cold/ Call for the dead /A murder of quality / The looking glass war / A small town in Germany /St Michael 1984 hb

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  • Title: The spy who came in from the cold/ Call for the dead /A murder of quality / The looking glass war / A small town in Germany /St Michael 1984 hb
  • Author: John le Carre
  • ISBN: 0862731119
  • Page: 325
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    126 thoughts on “The spy who came in from the cold/ Call for the dead /A murder of quality / The looking glass war / A small town in Germany /St Michael 1984 hb

    • La célébrité de ce bouquin est justifiée. On n'a jamais sans doute dévoilé aussi bien le véritable travail des services d'espionnage ou de contre-espionnage pendant la guerre froide. Le réalisme est extrême. On est très loin des James Bonderies des films, mais finalement assez proche des romans de Ian Fleming, dans lesquels le "Commander Bond" est un véritable militaire aux ordres. Bref dans ce monde on ne rigole pas beaucoup et l'angoisse des opérationnels est permanente. De vérita [...]


    • I rarely read book in one go. Even more rarely do I read a book of which I have seen the film version. Yet, I would read this book again gladly and I would probably do it in one go again. The dialog is superb. A lesson on how it should be written to anyone that fancies himself a writer. It is also a moral led on. As Hemingway noted, the world breaks us all and in the case of people involved in the spy game, it is even more so. We live under governments that chest, lie, steal from us, and have li [...]


    • Excellent livre, véritable catharsis du monde des services secret, dans lequel un homme ne compte pas, ni la fraternité d'armes.A faire lire aux jeunes esprits rêvant de devenir espions. de leur faire sentir la voie miséreuse sur laquelle ils pourraient s'engager.


    • Roman d'espionnage dont l'intrigue est très confuse.L'intrigue est difficilement crédible. Je me suis finalement désintéressé de ce livre qui à mon sens n'est pas le meilleur de J. Le Carré


    • Lorsqu'au début des années 60 un jeune fonctionnaire du Foreign Office nommé David Cornwell prit sa plus belle plume pour se lancer en littérature, qui aurait pu se douter qu'il allait en quelques livres révolutionner le roman d'espionnage et s'imposer comme l'un des auteurs majeurs de sa génération? Et pourtant Ce jeune diplomate, c'était bien sûr l'immense John Le Carré, ce Conrad des temps modernes qui depuis un demi-siècle nous régale de son talent unique et nous éclaire de sa l [...]


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