Kingdoms Fall The Korniloff Affair In the second novel of the thrilling Kingdoms Fall WWI espionage series Great Britain isn t the only empire seeking to undermine its adversaries governments A German spy known only as Dunn has been b

  • Title: Kingdoms Fall - The Korniloff Affair
  • Author: Edward Parr
  • ISBN: 9781494245931
  • Page: 336
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the second novel of the thrilling Kingdoms Fall WWI espionage series, Great Britain isn t the only empire seeking to undermine its adversaries governments A German spy known only as Dunn has been busy inciting rebellion in Ireland and India British agents Gresham and Wilkins, pulled from the front lines at Verdun, must race through Europe trying to track down DIn the second novel of the thrilling Kingdoms Fall WWI espionage series, Great Britain isn t the only empire seeking to undermine its adversaries governments A German spy known only as Dunn has been busy inciting rebellion in Ireland and India British agents Gresham and Wilkins, pulled from the front lines at Verdun, must race through Europe trying to track down Dunn before traveling to Romania to convince the neutral country to finally declare war against Germany despite the consequences However, Great Britain s ally Russia is soon on the verge of collapse Wilkins must learn how he can help rebuild a country in ruins and hold on to the love of his life while Gresham, fresh from a visit to Arabia, seeks revenge on Dunn.

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    1. Wow.First, a confession: I am an avid reader and, for some years, I had resentfully come to accept that "all the good books in history have already been written." As I read many of the latest mainstream "hits" in recent years, I noticed that they were often ill-researched, poorly planned, nauseatingly oversentimental, excessively and obviously moralized, and usually relied on contrived plot twists to advance the story.This is not so with Edward Parr's Kingdoms Fall - The Korniloff Affair. I actu [...]

    2. This second novel in the Kingdoms Fall series is another winner. The author again displays his great research and narrative skill to portray engaging characters embroiled in pivotal events from the First World War in a way that is illuminating, surprising and entertaining to the reader. The story rushes from one arresting scene to the next, from one country to the next, from one battle to the next, and although it surely stretches the bounds of what was physically possible for the time period, t [...]

    3. The 2nd Book of an Epic 3 Part SeriesAs a young man myself, I have always enjoyed reading about heroes or heroic figures of past times. We live in a world nowadays that has lost the chivalrous touch.In “Kingdoms Fall - The Korniloff Affair”, we follow two British secret agents/soldiers whose missions intertwine. Agent James Wilkins is sent to Munch to seek out the Irish revolutionary Sir Roger Casement. David Gresham is sent on a secret mission to the German port of Lübeck.The fun begins as [...]

    4. The author has created a very engaging work of historical fiction. I have to admit I’ve never read anything about Russia, so this was a very unique and enjoyable book for me. This international story takes the agent James Wilkins and revolutionary Roger Casement to Germany, Russia, France, and Romania, where big things are happening while they search for an elusive agent provocateur. The Korniloff Affair is equal parts exciting, mysterious, and historically engaging. Parr has created an intric [...]

    5. A pleasure to read and learn about WWI with exciting intrigues, fun characters, a huge backdrop, and even a love story. Highly recommended.

    6. Only one step up from YA, this author dishes out cream-puff history in the guise of clunky spy stories.

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