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Kane Abel Reader ↠ ↠ Jeffrey archer ↠ Born on the same day near the turn of the century on opposite sides of the world both men are brought together by fate and the uest of a dream These two men ambitious powerful ruthless are locked in a relentless struggle to build an empire fuelled by their all consuming hatred Over 60 years Born on the same day near the turn of the century on opposite sides of the world both men are brought together by fate and the uest of a dream This was a book my mother recommended to me She read it several years ago and remembered how good it was And oh how good it was This is a great story that is told over about 60 years from Europe to America Archer tells 2 parallel stories One about Abel Rosnovki and one about William Kane The story is so well told and so interesting that I felt torn between the two main characters and their stories You feel pulled away from one story line when Archer takes you to the next I enjoyed Archer’s historical weave throughout each chapter Especially the history of Poland and the part it played in both World Wars Fascinating Each character is developed from birth by the author and he does an outstanding job of taking you thru their childhood teenage school years and then adulthood So as a reader you really get a feel for what they are made of and why they made the decisions they made throughout their life The stories cross paths through out the book and the ending is a masterful surprise I have already mooched the seuel The Prodigal Daughter which I can’t wait to read

Doc Ë ☆ Jeffrey Archer

These two men ambitious powerful ruthless are locked in a relentless struggle to build an empire fuelled by their all consuming hatred Over 60 It was clear from the start that this wasn't great literature by any means but for the first part of around 200 pages I found it gripping One of those sagas where you enjoy a panorama of history and watching two powerful characters clashing The story follows two men born on the same day in 1906 William Kane Lowell a Boston Brahmin and Abel Rosnovski the illegitimate son of a Polish baron We follow their parallel but contrasting from boyhood Both prove themselves at first both extraordinary and sympathetic We watch self contained William shrewdly build on his fortune making his own money buying and selling matchbox cars to his classmates building a stockmarket portfolio while still a schoolboy and struggling against his feckless stepfather Meanwhile Abel comes into his inheritance learning he's his father's son even as he loses everything to the Russians in the wake of World War I and emigrating to the United States with only a few dollars coming off the boat My problems with the books began when their lives began to intersect Too many coincidences moved the plot too many misunderstandings and pettiness factored into their enmity and the resolution was too cliched

Book Kane Abel

Kane AbelYears and three generations through war marriage fortune and disaster Kane and Abel battle for the success and triumph that only one man can ha I cannot say enough good things about this book Outstanding character development excellent plot wonderful setting structures and a totally satisfying read and conclusion Top of my best for best books I have read