Savelle McThias McThias itibaren Harlalpur, Punjab 140406, Hindistan
The story of a boy who is kidnapped on a trip to the Planetarium by his great uncle.The story is filled with a mysticism surrounding constellations. The lives of the characters are found to intertwine in meaningful ways. I found the story interesting, but at times a little contrived, as if the author was trying to hard to provide a deeper meaning behind everything that occurred.
This was not my favorite of Jane Austen's. It took me a little to get into the book, but I did end up enjoying the story. It's much like all her others, a lot of misunderstandings, a budding romance, and a happy ending.
Decently written well paced story. A rogue special forces outfit and an outed operative team up to rend havoc on U.S. Intelligence folks that wanted them dead. Where they got Governmental finances/resources to launch this revenge strike (other than money from the drug cartel that imprisoned them) I always wondered about. Plus, outright killing top Government officials as a sanctioned activity to solve money laundering at a National level seemed a stretch. The story did work on the surface. It kept me interested.