The Domino Principle

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10 thoughts on “The Domino Principle

  1. Penelope Linton Penelope Linton says:

    I usually do not read books of this ilk , but it was free at the YMCA I go to, it was short and the blurbs were peaking my curiosity. So I started reading and I could not put it down. It was like I was watching a movie, his writing is so descriptive and came to life before my eyes! My husband does not read ad much as I do but I gave it to him to read and now he is into,it.
    It is story of a prisoner who is sprung from jail , free, but he has an assignment . He is given, money, new name, new clothes, and is even reunited with his wife.... I will end here because I do not want to be a spoiler. Just read it !


  2. Luke Smith Luke Smith says:

    my #1 favorite book. Highly recommended!






  3. Red Heaven Red Heaven says:

    I recently saw the movie, which I thought was good, and decided to read the book. As an entertaining story, the plot fires on all cylinders. The prose is taut and sharp with very few wasted words, although there are a few passages about Roy's background which seem like superfluous padding, even in a book as short as this.

    There are plotholes, such as whether this group, who might be the CIA, would really recruit a prisoner instead of one of their own trained agents. Also, the general is along for the helicopter ride, why doesn't he just do the business himself?

    But the story conveys such a sense of paranoia - everywhere Roy tries to turn, the group are there cutting off his escape avenues. That, I think, is its strongest point.

    That said, I think the film's ending is much better and fits the tone of the story more (although the film also had a stupid, unnecessary plot twist). I really don't think there was a need for a sequel book to this, providing explanation that undermines the mystery of them.


  4. Zare Zare says:

    Excellent thriller highly recommended to anyone who likes conspiracy theory.
    This is a book in which there is no happy ending because the main character is facing truly insurmountable odds. He's dealt lousy cards so to speak and he knows it. His only goal is to just try to survive.

    Highly recommended to all thriller fans.


  5. Frank McAdam Frank McAdam says:

    A formulaic, by-the-numbers thriller with not a single moment of real suspense. The plot is totally implausible and the characterizations, especially that of the protagonist, hopelessly flawed. If you're stuck on a long flight with nothing else to read this might help pass the time; otherwise, I'd just pass on it if I were you.


  6. Melanie Melanie says:

    I got this book off a library throw away pile. Something about it really intrigued me. It is dated to read, but I still enjoyed it. The narrator does a good job of telling his story in a concise, stark fashion.


  7. Chuck Chuck says:

    Short and fast.
    Better movie than book, I think.


  8. Sam Israels Sam Israels says:

    Visceral thrill ride, great read
    conspiracy theory cold war fiction at its best!


  9. Carol Carol says:

    Great classic thriller! I remember it from years ago, but I don't think I ever read it before. Chills, thrills, just enough reality that it could happen. I need to find the movie now.


  10. Dick Pilskog Dick Pilskog says:

    Very easy book to read. Small chapters. Not very surprising but it went fast.


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10 thoughts on “The Domino Principle

  1. Penelope Linton Penelope Linton says:

    I usually do not read books of this ilk , but it was free at the YMCA I go to, it was short and the blurbs were peaking my curiosity. So I started reading and I could not put it down. It was like I was watching a movie, his writing is so descriptive and came to life before my eyes! My husband does not read ad much as I do but I gave it to him to read and now he is into,it.
    It is story of a prisoner who is sprung from jail , free, but he has an assignment . He is given, money, new name, new clothes, and is even reunited with his wife.... I will end here because I do not want to be a spoiler. Just read it !


  2. Luke Smith Luke Smith says:

    my #1 favorite book. Highly recommended!






  3. Red Heaven Red Heaven says:

    I recently saw the movie, which I thought was good, and decided to read the book. As an entertaining story, the plot fires on all cylinders. The prose is taut and sharp with very few wasted words, although there are a few passages about Roy's background which seem like superfluous padding, even in a book as short as this.

    There are plotholes, such as whether this group, who might be the CIA, would really recruit a prisoner instead of one of their own trained agents. Also, the general is along for the helicopter ride, why doesn't he just do the business himself?

    But the story conveys such a sense of paranoia - everywhere Roy tries to turn, the group are there cutting off his escape avenues. That, I think, is its strongest point.

    That said, I think the film's ending is much better and fits the tone of the story more (although the film also had a stupid, unnecessary plot twist). I really don't think there was a need for a sequel book to this, providing explanation that undermines the mystery of them.


  4. Zare Zare says:

    Excellent thriller highly recommended to anyone who likes conspiracy theory.
    This is a book in which there is no happy ending because the main character is facing truly insurmountable odds. He's dealt lousy cards so to speak and he knows it. His only goal is to just try to survive.

    Highly recommended to all thriller fans.


  5. Frank McAdam Frank McAdam says:

    A formulaic, by-the-numbers thriller with not a single moment of real suspense. The plot is totally implausible and the characterizations, especially that of the protagonist, hopelessly flawed. If you're stuck on a long flight with nothing else to read this might help pass the time; otherwise, I'd just pass on it if I were you.


  6. Melanie Melanie says:

    I got this book off a library throw away pile. Something about it really intrigued me. It is dated to read, but I still enjoyed it. The narrator does a good job of telling his story in a concise, stark fashion.


  7. Chuck Chuck says:

    Short and fast.
    Better movie than book, I think.


  8. Sam Israels Sam Israels says:

    Visceral thrill ride, great read
    conspiracy theory cold war fiction at its best!


  9. Carol Carol says:

    Great classic thriller! I remember it from years ago, but I don't think I ever read it before. Chills, thrills, just enough reality that it could happen. I need to find the movie now.


  10. Dick Pilskog Dick Pilskog says:

    Very easy book to read. Small chapters. Not very surprising but it went fast.


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