Night Sky

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Night Sky was published in 1983 to international success It went to number one in the Sunday Times bestseller list, and spent six weeks in the New York Times top 10.Three thrillers followed,

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  • Hardcover
  • 515 pages
  • Night Sky
  • Clare Francis
  • Dutch
  • 01 February 2017
  • 9789010050250

10 thoughts on “Night Sky

  1. says:

    Brilliant writer Excellent story teller Lots of research led to a believable plot This book was an absolute great stroy I wish all novels were this well put together Character development was fantastic Prose was outstanding a suspense thriller to the end.

  2. says:

    I listened to the audio book I was pleasantly surprised This is a wonderful book It s a little hard to get in to at first because it starts off introducing the character you end up hating and it s just a little vulgar to start Once the book introduces it s other characters including Julie you will be hooked The plot is set during WWII and follows the stories of several characters eventually bringing them all together in the end.The writing is wonderful and the narrator was great to listen to It was easy to distinguish between the characters and keep track of the story line and how they all related Part of me loved this book for its historical nature, but it s full of adventure and suspense as well.It s a fantastic read and I d recommend it to anyone.

  3. says:

    I had read this a couple decades ago and loved it Decided to re read it, and found that I still love it I did find the initial set up to be somewhat slow, ie, the first third or so of the book, before the three main characters lives intersect I wonder do we expect things to move along quickly in this fast paced modern world But as before, I found the harrowing trip across the English Channel to be absolutely gripping and unforgettable As before, I loved the portrayal of a young woman and mother able to summon up an incredible amount of courage and fortitude in the face of extraordinary and dangerous circumstances And also, I was glad to be reminded of the importance of the development of radar and U Boats in WWII Highly recommended.

  4. says:

    A 1980 s perspective on WWII delivered via historical fiction Interesting main female character Interesting plot that could translate nicely to film.

  5. says:

    Most excellent WW2 thriller several different lives who intersect at this very interesting time in recent European history I m currently intrigued by stories of the French Resistance, especially where ordinary people have become involved and been extraordinarily brave and resourceful, and I loved reading the details of the escape systems for downed airmen I also found the treatment of the Germans quite believeable, they weren t all evil and crazy as they re usually painted I found this book to be the epitomy of a good thriller I was literally on the edge of my seat for some passages Recommended.

  6. says:

    This is about a young English woman who goes to France to live with relatives just before the start of WW2 and gets caught up in the resistance movement Very suspenseful with an incredibly dramatic ending Started a bit slowly but once the war is under way, the suspense builds There are actually 3 parallel stories here The main tale is the about the woman mentioned already One of the other stories involves a Jewish scientist working on radar technology while the third story is about a French traitor who would sell his grandmother for a bit of money The mystery is partly about if and how these 3 stories interact.

  7. says:

    I was tempted to give this book five stars, because I am a sucker for well researched historical fiction, but somehow I never lost myself in the process of reading Maybe I ll give a proper review later.

  8. says:

    This book was both interesting and informitive It gives the reader a glimpse of occupied France and the undergrond network that saved so many allied pilots.

  9. says:

    A good yarn with some heart in your mouth moments Set during the 2nd World War and showing the hardships many endured and the heroism of others Julie s growth and strength through some very traumatic times shone through David s realization that his brilliance mattered less than his being Jewish and his determination that no matter what the Germans were not going to get the knowledge of his invention He would get it to the British if possible Vasson a badly damaged person thrived on the chaos and unpleasantness that the war brought and would do anything if the money was right Clever, ruthless and unpatriotic, but no match for a very determined Julie when she realises that he betrayed her family, friends and the man she loved.

  10. says:

    I read this book in the 1980s and loaned my copy to someone who never returned it In the meantime, I forgot the title and author and spent years and years trying to find it again I finally rediscovered it in 2016 and still consider it one of the best World War II novels I ve ever read I thought the characters of Julie and the German Jewish scientist whose name escapes me at the moment were very well drawn Paul Vasson is probably one of the most despicable characters I ve ever read in a work of fiction This is a fantastic read.

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