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Unstoppable Must read
Nov 19, 2018 05:59 PMRead
This book was my first Archer work I came across. From the moment I started reading, I always felt it was going on the lines of Shawshank.But then Bam. No it nowhere comes close to the top IMDB rated movie. But it indeed feels very loosely related.Loved the way all the characters are int...Read More

A Nice Buy!!
May 05, 2015 10:14 PMRead
T's a breathtaking story. It takes a lot of unexpected turns throughout the novel. A typical archer stuff. You just can't stop it reading until you are done. So if you are into mystery and adventure then this is the book for you.One of the wonderful books relating to confused identity.only n...Read More

Good page turner, quite readable
Nov 30, 2008 10:48 PMRead
I am a huge fan of jeffrey archer, read almost all his books. He is one of the best english novelists of our times.Jeffrey archer had immensely drawn from his prison experience and this one is also inspired by his stint in her majesty's prison. I am sure there would be more gems in his treas...Read More

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Average, poor copy of a classic
Oct 31, 2008 03:40 PMRead
A prisoner of birth talks of the unusual twists and turns in the life of a young man starting from the eve of his marriage. The story resembles ( ? Probably inspired from) ' the count of Monte Cristo' by the great Alexandre Dumas. Pity Archer has to resort to adaptations of classics from time to...Read More

A prisoner from the first page to the last!
Oct 31, 2008 03:19 PMRead
A male lead falsely accused of murder, a female leadfaithfully awaiting her husband's return(from where? keep guessing), adetermined lawyer who doesn't even expect the pay he rightfully deserves, andfour "villains" who are responsible for the crime in real. Beforeyou assume this ...Read More

Books have been a source of knowledge for many centuries. There is atleast one book written on every single topic under the sun. Books are not only written to educate, they are written for leisure and even for the metamorphosis of the soul.There are a hundred categories to choose from when it comes to books.
Book Review: Prisoner of Birth
Aug 29, 2008 01:01 PMRead
Prisoner of Birth is a captivating fictional story containing dramatic twists and turns. Book’s protagonist is Danny Catwright, who lives in East End of London. Danny is simple, extremely bright, young garage mechanic and is madly in love with his childhood sweetheart Elizabeth (Beth). Beth is t...Read More

A worthy tribute to the Count of Monte Cristo
Aug 10, 2008 06:21 PMRead
Jeffrey Archer is undoubtedly one of the most acclaimed authors of this generation.Right from Kane and Abel to the Prisoner of Birth, Archer's writing stands out from the rest of the crowd.Prisoner of Birth can be described as a revenge drama, the sort of genre popularised immensely by The Count...Read More

Yet Again!!
Jul 18, 2008 02:12 PMRead
I’m a huge fan of Jeffery Archer and this is my 3rd Jeffery Archer book, first 2 being Kane & Abel and As the Crow Flies. And I must say this man is a brilliant His effortless ways of writing makes him one of the finest writers.This story revolves around the main character Danny; his dreams ...Read More

Jeffrey Archer Harnesses His Prison Experience
Jul 08, 2008 12:32 AMRead
Like all other Jeffrey Archer novels, A Prisoner of Birth has a very high readability and flow. The way archer describes Belmarsh prison, one can visualise the place and probably imagine the two years he spent in that purgatory.The novel starts with a murder. The tale is not a whodunnit. But...Read More

Archer at it again.
May 12, 2008 03:13 PMRead
Why did I give it 4 stars instead of 5? Probably the old man is losing touch, but then not fast enough. The book is a brilliant story, written with believable characters & a believable plot. Unlike some other revenge stories like'Count of Monte Cristo' et al, here the revenge kind of falls into ...Read More

Brilliant Story!!! Justice will be served...
Apr 16, 2008 04:09 PMRead
Brilliant!! Kudos to Jeffery Archer for writing another great story.When I started the book I was a bit disappointed because the story was very similar to a classic, "The Count Of Monte Cristo"... which he mentions a few times in the book. I felt why should Jeffery Archer, being who is, take a c...Read More

Archers Best Since Kane and Able
Apr 10, 2008 12:52 AMRead
I saw this article in a local news magazine in 2007 that Jeffrey Archer’s new novel would be out any time soon in spring 2008. And bam, there you go. Walking down the book store I saw the book and damn right me won’t miss it for anything in the world. I open the first page and got a sudden flash...Read More

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