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The Day After Tomorrow by Allan Folsom

The Day After Tomorrow (original 1994; edition 1995)

by Allan Folsom

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Title:The Day After Tomorrow
Authors:Allan Folsom
Info:Vision (1995), Mass Market Paperback, 752 pages
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The Day After Tomorrow by Allan Folsom (1994)

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Calling this a fast paced thriller is like referring to Scarlett Johansson as a blonde actress. This is thrilling and chilling, a pulse-pounding page turner, if I can use a cliche. The characters might be stock, but the plot is unique and possibly even plausible. Loved every single suspenseful scene. Grabbed me from the beginning and refused to let go. ( )
  Michael-Murphy | Feb 3, 2014 |
I expected more of this one, but after a few chapters I still felt no interest in knowing what would happen, so I figured I better drop it while I still could. However I have to give this the benefit of the doubt because I've been rather uninspired to read lately, so maybe that influenced my lack of interest. ( )
  AshuritaLove | Apr 7, 2013 |


boek heeft bij lezen diepe indruk gemaakt, dat weet ik nog. Maar hoe en wat verder? Dat niet meer. Dus: herlezen en dan een review schrijven. ( )
  BoekenTrol71 | Mar 31, 2013 |
gripping story
  acmf | Feb 6, 2012 |
This is the most thrilling book I have ever read. I just couldn't keep it down and I bet neither can you. From page one its full of surprises. Go for it during a weekend, otherwise you would be losing your sleep over this one. The author succeeds in keeping you intrigued till the very end. So go for this madcap roller-coaster ride and I promise that it would be more satisfying than a fast paced action movie. Fantastic book with an equally awesome ending. ( )
  leenags | Jan 20, 2010 |
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Paul Osborn zat, te midden van mensen die van hun werk kwamen, in de drukke, rokerige ruimte alleen aan een tafeltje in zijn glas rode wijn te staren.
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In Paris, an American doctor spots the man who murdered his father and he tries to kill him. Thus begins a tale of international intrigue, the villains of which are Nazi survivors of World War II, plotting to take over the world.

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