Review by RanaTarek -- The Expansion by Christoph Martin

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Review by RanaTarek -- The Expansion by Christoph Martin

Post by RanaTarek » 20 Jul 2017, 18:40

[Following is a volunteer review of "The Expansion" by Christoph Martin.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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The expansion by Christoph Martin, a project held in Panama city for expansion of a canal, start with a competition that end with more than a winner, a murder and mysterious love.

Max Burns a British geometrics engineer left his whole life, his fiancée , his job to a mysterious risky new job that would put him either up or down ,which exactly both happened . the job was offered by his childhood friend Godfredo who was working for his father Paco Roco company ( CISCO ),a British company that was entering a bid in the project with other companies from USA and China , Paco Roco was a manipulating man that put Godfredo and max in troubles that would end the career for both.

Agent karis from the Abby agency (agency held by agent Erika fisher ) will get you out from the canal and its expansion into suspense dramatic also thrilling events ,she will give the story a new stream . At every part with karis I started to feel that I was reading a CSI story or others familiar to it ,even I'm not a big fan with that kind of stories ,but the writer was really successful in convincing me to continue reading it. even convincing me to love that sort of stories .

As most of the huge projects there are always a higher hidden hands that control the whole thing, the author played it well like a chess moving pieces carefully on only their way of moving but with a small unpredictable mistake would put the king in check, like what happen at the unpredictable end .

I loved the accurate descriptions in each part .they gave me a wild limitless imagination .even with the characters ,I feel like I can drew them , like if I was watching not reading , I imagined Contadora in the villa see the beach Sofia smile to me , US Embassy , the Abby, Karis department , max office , panama city , I imagined every small detail in every place as if I was there before .

my rating is 4 out of 4 stars it is totally worth it , although The end was just unjustified in comparison to the other parts in the novel , a happy to 'be continued'' end that wasn't satisfy to me at all , but the whole novel was too satisfy to me and too awesome ,full of excitement never boring that never worth less than 4 stars , i think I will read it again sometime even more than once.

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Post by Titus Michael » 05 Aug 2017, 23:17

What an interesting review. Its awesome

-- 05 Aug 2017, 23:24 --

And I really love the passionate imagination in it, especially the limitless imagination which presented the novel to be so interesting.

-- 05 Aug 2017, 23:25 --

And your review made it known to readers who are yet to read the book.

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Post by RanaTarek » 06 Aug 2017, 08:11

Titus Michael wrote:What an interesting review. Its awesome

-- 05 Aug 2017, 23:24 --

And I really love the passionate imagination in it, especially the limitless imagination which presented the novel to be so interesting.

-- 05 Aug 2017, 23:25 --

And your review made it known to readers who are yet to read the book.
you are totally right ,i loved that too ...thanks :tiphat:
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Post by Naval Aulakh » 08 Aug 2017, 05:56

A review worth reading. I enjoyed reading it ?
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Post by Linus Kimomboi » 13 Aug 2017, 21:03

I Rana Terek's review of the expansion by Christopher Martin. He brings out all the comic effects in the book.

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Post by Neelam Mishra » 19 Aug 2017, 02:30

Well I very much prefer such stories and if this book is capable enough to develop a taste for such stories in you(as you mentioned), then I believe its a worth reading.
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Post by aussiebooklover » 19 Aug 2017, 06:57

Great review RanaTarek! Iloved the book too. Hopefully the sequel will be out soon.

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Post by Neliainoh » 04 Sep 2017, 11:56

The book is awesome, it's worth reading

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Post by Darakhshan Nazir » 04 Sep 2017, 23:30

I loved this novel . It was August book of month.
Admirable review

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