1. DANIEL SILVA. My first on the list is Daniel Silva. I came to discover this author while browsing for books on sale at National Book Store. I found his novel, "A Death in Vienna" on sale for P50.00. After reading this novel, I learned more about the Holocaust. His narration is like non-fiction. Daniel Silva's novel is about Gabriel Allon, an Israeli spy, painter and art restorer who is a friend of the Roman Catholic pope. Daniel Silva is described as "finest writer of international intrigue and one of the greatest American spy novelists ever." After that first book of Daniel Silva, I make it a point to buy all his books and every year he releases an Allon novel which I purchase and upload on Kindle. There are talks in the internet on a movie or TV series under MGM TV about Garbiel Allon and there are already suggestions on actors who should be in the series. If you want international espionage, read Daniel Silva!
|What is nice about Daniel Silva's novels about Gabriel Allon is that his characters evolve - they get old,some get married and and some retires. It's like Harry Potter who started as a child and ended as an adult.|
|Reading Grisham repeatedly is not boring.|
|I have almost a complete set of Lee Child's books on my Kindle - downloaded for free!|
|Steel's list of novels is long!|
What about you, who are your favorite fiction writers?