Four Hands



Greg Simon And Julio Fernandez Are Investigative Jounalists Who Are Chasing Down An Elaborate Conspiracy Plot The Story They Discover And Type Out Together Weaves Truth With Lies, Wild Humor With Tragedy, And Reality With Fantasy A Stranger Than Fiction Tale Of Imperial Excess Where Delusion Makes Perfect Sense.Four Hands

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[Epub] ➠ Four Hands  ➡ Paco Ignacio Taibo II – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • Four Hands
  • Paco Ignacio Taibo II
  • English
  • 20 June 2017
  • 0312130791

10 thoughts on “Four Hands

  1. says:

    In spite of the deceptive complexity, the plot of Paco Ignacio Taibo II s Four Hands is actually very simple It is the colorful yet believable characters and the playful and witty telling that makes the novel very engaging.The story is simply about how the Central Intelligence Agency CIA tried to frame a Sandinista Minister who had a significant role in the struggle against dictator Somoza, spread disinformation, and demoralize the Sandinista government in Nicaragua This occurs in the backgr In spite of the deceptive complexity, the plot of Paco Ignacio Taibo II s Four Hands is actually very simple It is the colorful yet believable characters and the playful and witty telling that makes the novel very engaging.The story is simply about how the Central Intelligence Agency CIA tried to frame a Sandinista Minister who had a significant role in the struggle against dictator Somoza...

  2. says:

    Llevando ya varios libros del autor puedo afirmar que esta novela se aleja mucho de lo que nos tiene acostumbrados Lo que llevar a a muchos a tomar distancia Y s , puedo secundar esa acci n No es un libro complicado pero tampoco es tan sencillo como las decenas que le preceden No es dif cil de leer pero s de ver en un contexto general y poder definir el camino a seguir Los personajes son geniales y te encari as f cilmente, pero de la misma manera te pierdes y cuesta engancharlos unos a ot Llevando ya varios libros del autor puedo afirmar que esta novela se aleja mucho de lo que nos tiene acostumbrados Lo que llevar a a ...

  3. says:

    this book is HELLA fun bungling CIA agents are the bad guys like in real life, right a pair of Mexican and American Jewish journalists, and a pair of old comrades a Spanish anarchist and Ukranian i might be remembering wrong communist are the good guys.throw in some references to Lau...

  4. says:

    Excellent read As you are reading this, you find yourself wondering how on earth it all ties together This is well done, and ties together quite well, although I must admit I am tempted to put this on re read list to see I I figured it out correctely.

  5. says:

    Enjoyed the hell out of it But have no desire to write about it.

  6. says:

    possibly one of the best books I ve read

  7. says:

    I was given this novel by a fan of Taibo s oeuvre, and I wanted to thank his generosity by doing the novel justice, reading carefully and attentively Unfortunately, I was in the midst of personal chaos making a permanent move from one continent to another , and I jerkily proceeded in fits and starts through the novel over the course of four days, never being able to read for longer than 30 minutes This created something of mental strobe effect, a disj...

  8. says:

    I m not really a fan of detective or crime novels Although when it happens to read these kind of books I have this problem I like almost most of them, just a few seem uninteresting to me, and less make me love them Unfortunately this one was one of them which didn t manage to impress me I had this book many days next to my bed, and when I was taking it to my hands for reading it was very easy for me to put it down after a few pages or paragraphs It s not a really easy reading I think, and I m not really a fan of detective or crime novels Although when it happens to read these kind of books I have this problem I like almost most of them, just a few seem uninteresting to me, and less make me love them Unfortunately this one was one of them which didn t manage to impress me I had t...

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  10. says:

    THIS is fantastic crime espionage novel even if you need a degree in central american revolutionary history to truly follow Taibo II is so intelligent it hurts and the dexterity with which he ties together disparate arcs is a wonder to behold Four Hands is a bit of a patchwork, and with the abundance of characters and histories it can be daunting, but I quickly became addicted to each of the story lines and found them all rewarding threads in and of themselves But in that sense I almo...

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