am 30. Dezember 2012
Due to the author’s intimate knowledge and access to the key players, this book really stands out. It adds some detail about Operations which have been documented already, as well as portrays the current situation and operations against Irans nuclear program. It especially focuses on how Meir Dagan has transformed the Organization into a more potent force, which has been able to delay the Iranian Bomb.
Overall, this book is good for a first time “sniff” into the realms of Mossad, as well as for readers looking for new information on previous Mossad Operations.
am 4. September 2013
This is a piece of writing that sets the pace of story telling that not many books have achieved. Ir set my pulse racing as I anticipated what the next line, paragraph or chapters would reveal.Why a cool ride,coming with a marvelous plot, rich characters and a brilliant setting.It is tightly written, a style that brings to mind another the story of Gavin in Triple Agent Double Cross. I think this is a well researched novel.
am 7. Mai 2015
The book is written as if it's a script for a thriller movie . it's more short stories than official documentations. Moreover there are historical mistakes 1) In the story of Eli Cohen ,his dead body was left hanged in public for 4 days not only for 6 hours.
2) In the a story of the MIG-21 , the traitor Iraqi pilot was seduced with a beautiful girl to execute what the message planned for. In this book it's said that he done this voluntarily because he refused bombing the Kurds which is not true.
3) Jack piton was not a double agent as the israelis claim, but a pure egyptian spy in the heart of Israel. ( It wouldn't be a shame if the israelis confess with this reality as they already done the same in Syria)
And I am sure that there are a lot of other mistakes that any specialist in history can pick them up !!!
I agree that all the stated stories in book were real but they have been extremely bubbled.