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Paths of Glory

 

 

Paths of Glory

by  Jeffrey Archer

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Year 2009
ISBN No. 9780330504256
No.of pages 467
Subject Fiction, Thriller
Reviews 7

 

 

This is the story of a man who loved two women, and one of them killed him. Some people have dreams that are so outrageous that if they were to achieve them, their place in history would be guaranteed.

 

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There are 7 review(s)

A truth to be read

Posted by Anonymous on 13/10/2010
      

Amazingly written.... I almost finished this book in one day.... holds you till the end.... loved it.....


 

Compulsive reading

Posted by Roopak Shah on 25/10/2010
      

The book is no doubt a master piece written by J.A. No one can tell a true story any better then this. While reading you feel that it is actually you who is climbing the Mountains. A very very addictive book, you will not be able to keep it down until you finish reading it.


 

Jeferry Archer is indeed a master storyteller..onl

Posted by Anonymous on 03/11/2011
      

Gripping story of courage, love and Glory


 

One of the finest books by Jeffrey Archer

Posted by Nupur Patel on 08/03/2012
      

Awesome book!!
Hard to put down once you pick it up...


 

What a moving book!

Posted by Jyothi Nair on 18/02/2013
      

I couldn't put the book down. Jeffery Archer is a fantastic writer but in this book, George Mallory comes alive in your heart, soul and mind. After reading the book, my husband and I looked up all we could on the Net about him. Waiting for the movie now.


 




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