Agent Ai by Michael Wreford - DNF (Brandon's Review)

Hi, my name is Brandon! (if you couldn't read in the title) I'd like to start by just saying that I've known these guys for a long time, and that this is going to be the first review that I have ever written. So have fun!

-Brandon

Synopsis


Journalist and SIS (MI6) contract agent George Quant arrives on the run in Beijing. Estranged from Karen, his Moscow-based handler, George is thrust into Asia's clandestine underworld of gentleman spies, nefarious business people, and murderous Party members. With his past catching up with him, George discovers that not everyone in China can be trusted.

At the centre of George Quant's dilemma lie two men: investor-adventurer Pierce de Havilland, and Karen's trusted contact known only as "Ho". Both successful in their own right, the rivals offer diverging perspectives on China's future. As their intentions grow clearer, George recognises that an important choice looms - adopting the life of a millionaire fugitive, or accepting the call of a higher moral imperative.


From his initial assignment in Cambodia in the late '90s - between the drinks, drugs and dangerous card games - George's high octane adventures spill across London, Moscow, and Beijing, before culminating in Hong Kong. Alarmed by Karen's increasing demands and damaged by her unrequited love, he begins to search for a way to disentangle himself from an expanding web of deception.


Review

So as I note in the title, this is a DNF review. Just a note, I read up to Chapter 2, Part 6. Honestly, I just didn't find the beginning of the book very interesting and easy to hook onto, and that's why I'm here writing this DNF review.

-Brandon

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