The Modigliani Scandal Mass Market Paperback – Jul 15 1986
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Ken Follett is the author of fourteen bestselling books, including The Man from St. Petersburg, Lie Down with Lions, and Night Over Water. Among his most recent works are A Place Called Freedom and The Third Twin. His new book The Hammer of Eden was published in November, 1998, by Crown. He lives in London, England.See all Product Description
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Because the amount of artwork by any given artist is finite, discovering that there may be an undiscovered work by a famous artist is a huge discovery in the art world. When an art student studying abroad hears that not all of Modigliani's works are available, she delightedly decides to find the one that was reputedly hidden during the War.
The many twists of the plot are difficult to follow until they tie together at the end of the book. The plots do fit nicely! but it is confusing to follow throughout the body of the book.
This is not Ken Follett's best work. However, for an early work, it's quite good; furthermore, it's a lot better than a lot of the drek that some authors are trying to pass off as literature.
Lets call a spade a spade. The book lacks depth, character development or any sign of tension. However, it was an entertaining read for a person who was travelling by train around Europe and was often stuck for english material. by Follets own admission the book didn't turn out the way he had planned. nobody would try to argue that this book is anywhere as good as 'pillars' but at the end of the day it is still a good entertaining read.
The book has to many stories and everybody make wrong things and they go against all the laws and nobody does nothing, that is unreal, how can anybody steal one million dollars and no one does nothing? Or even worse, they forgive the thieves just for the value of the real paints, that is pathetic.
action is not as intense as later works. ( Lie Down With
Story concept is easy to follow but interest is maintained
by the introduction of several crosses and double-crosses.
Good description of story locations adds to the enjoyment.
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an early written story by a future great storyteller!Ok, so it's not Triple of Jackdaws, but it's worth reading nonetheless. Read morePublished on May 10 2004 by T. A Molina
The plot is weak, the storyline is dull, the characters are shallow, and the writing is mediocre. There's nothing to this book. Read morePublished on June 23 2003
so ugly review in the web page. no helpful and stop review this book for so stupid man. the book is good few people read it.Published on Dec 1 1999
I read this book based on Amazon's Book Matcher recomendations. It was ok, and I read it fairly quickly (less than a week), but it is definitely not as good as his more recent... Read morePublished on April 19 1999