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10 thoughts on “The Malice Box

  1. says:

    I only give the book one star because no matter how I tried I can't bring myself to finish the book the book is so confusing and long and make me frown all the time maybe I'm harsh but I rather read a dictionary than read this book

  2. says:

    First of all can I make something clear to the negative reviewers and others this is NOT a Da Vinci Code clone What Martin Langfield has written is a fast paced intelligent supernatural thriller predominantly set in New York with flashbacks to Cambridge and London It weaves occult philosophy and esoteric religious practices into the narrative of a tightly written novel that will keep you in suspense forever guessing what will ha

  3. says:

    I went into this book with high hopes ready for adventure full of history mystery and intrigue The Malice Box had uite a few of these elements but there was one other massive element the supernaturalMaybe I've been a bit harsh on this book simply because it's not was I was expecting but in the end it didn't keep me very interested I

  4. says:

    I wanted to like this book and the story idea itself was great So what's the problem? I hate the author's voice honestly and the characters annoyed me so muchthey weren't that interesting and I really didn't care what happened to them I kept soldiering on but honestly the characters just got worse and worse the authors voice grated on me and until it felt like a chore trying to read this book

  5. says:

    What an amazing book I would really love to visit New York after reading this I've always thought the architecture looks stupendoous and a large part of it comes into focus in this book as the clues in the plot take you from location

  6. says:

    A twisting turning complex race against time and around Manhattan It was an engaging read lots of changes in direction for both the main character Robert and the reader I loved the descriptions of the buildings and the articfacts despite never having been to Manhattan I finished the book feeling as though i'd just had a personal tour with

  7. says:

    I picked this book up to be my easy fluffy read between serious books but I didn't anticipate how difficult it wou

  8. says:

    I really struggled to finish this book The characters are just uninteresting and the authors rather florid attempts to turn a potentially decent thriller into a supernatural journey of spiritual awakening are ham fisted at bestAlso Robert Reckliss is a really stupid name

  9. says:

    The Malice Box sounds like a novel hanging on the coattails of the recent explosion of religious thrillers However Martin Langfield's d├ębut read is like Clive Barker collaborating with Dan Brown Although grounded in that current popular genre of running around solving riddles The Malice Box is heavily laced with a supernaturalmythological slant This fresh angle should deliver a engaging read than Langfield delivers The Malice Box

  10. says:

    Interesting This was a love affair with Manhattan so much about the buildings monuments and other areas turned up it was almost lik

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READ É SABLEYES.CO.UK É Martin Langfield

The Malice Box

K CityThe responsibility of hunting down and destroying this weapon this Malice Box lies with Robert The weapon is primed to explode in seven days and Robert must undergo a spiritual and physical uest a series of trials around Manhattan in order to track down the keys that will prevent detonation In a despe. What an amazing book I would really love to visit New York after reading this I ve always thought the architecture looks stupendoous and a large part of it comes into focus in this book as the clues in the plot take you from location to location Fast paced thrilling great read Something in the Wine The Moonstone Series hunting down and destroying this weapon this Malice Box lies with Robert The weapon is primed to explode in seven days and Robert must undergo a spiritual and physical uest a series of trials around Manhattan in order to track down the keys that will prevent detonation In a despe. What an amazing book I would really love to visit New York after reading this I ve always thought the architecture looks stupendoous and a large part of it comes into focus in this book as the clues in the plot take you from location to location Fast paced thrilling great read

READ The Malice Box

Rate race against the clock Robert scours the streets of New York while plagued by doubts of the motives of those closest to him Robert has only Terri a beautiful and mysterious psychic to guide himIntricately plotted and brilliantly imagined The Malice Box is the debut novel by a new master of the thriller. I really struggled to finish this book The characters are just uninteresting and the authors rather florid attempts to turn a potentially decent thriller into a supernatural journey of spiritual awakening are ham fisted at bestAlso Robert Reckliss is a really stupid name

READ É SABLEYES.CO.UK É Martin Langfield

When Robert is sent what seems to be a simple copper puzzle box he has no idea his life is about to undergo a violent transformation That night an acuaintance commits suicide in curious circumstances; the following day an old friend reveals the existence of an arcane weapon that could destroy all of New Yor. I only give the book one star because no matter how I tried I can t bring myself to finish the book the book is so confusing and long and make me frown all the time maybe I m harsh but I rather read a dictionary than read this book

  • Hardcover
  • 432
  • The Malice Box
  • Martin Langfield
  • English
  • 26 June 2019
  • 9781933648484

About the Author: Martin Langfield

Martin Langfield is a writer and journalist He was a foreign correspondent bureau chief and editor for Reuters from 1987 to 2019 working mostly in the Americas He reported mainly from El Salvador Mexico Madrid Miami Peru Cuba Nicaragua London and New York He later worked with the company's Breakingviews commentary team Martin studied French and Spanish languages and literature at Trin