The Day After Tomorrow Paperback
by Allan Folsom
TODAY He catches a glimpse of his father's killer. TOMORROW He is drawn into the web of a vast international conspiracy. THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW He confronts a terrifying future which threatens us all ...
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 704 pages
- Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
- Publication Date: 25/04/1995
- Category: Thriller / suspense
- ISBN: 9780751507010
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Review by fingerpost
Excellent thriller of old Nazi plots surviving to the present day to be rekindled. Only downside is that the supposed shocking revelation on the last page, the reader will have figured out at least 50 pages before the end.
Review by lcrouch
I thought the story was well thought out and fascinating. I did have some quetions at the end, but there was no question that the ending was easy to figure out way beforehand. It was a great read on a long trip, though!
Review by csweder
As I was cruising through book choices from my library, this book was listed as a mystery thriller, and while I hate to admit it, when I first downloaded it, i thought it was the book that the movie that came out a few years ago was--how wrong I was (and happily so)! <br/><br/>This story is the story of how being in the wrought place at the right time can drastically change your life. For Paul, an American doctor from LA who is visiting Paris for a conference, it is the right time and place. However, for the contract killer who killed Paul's father years ago, who is having a cup of coffee after work in the same cafe as Paul, it is definitely the wrong time. Paul recognizes this man who killed his father in front of him and immediately attacks him. The waiters obviously don't know what provoked this attack, and stop him long enough for the killer to escape. <br/><br/>This is merely the beginning for Paul, however.<br/><br/>He hires a detective to find out who this man is and vows to kill him. What he doesn't know, however, is that there is way more to the story than just this man. There is a conspiracy afoot--that will cause Paul, his newly found love interest, international police, a lot of heart pounding excitement. This was a book I didn't want to put down. A very good read!