Friedman’s meticulous research and passion for the subject are obvious throughout this book. As he tells the Nipsey Hussle Rip T Shirt of Israel’s first spies, sent out before Israel was even officially a country, the reader learns about one of the fascinating episodes in Jewish history. Despite having never heard this story before and being a fan of historical nonfiction, this book just didn’t grab me. I found myself interested enough each time I picked it up, but not interested enough to pick it up that often.
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I began it on December 8th and finished it on February 21st, during which time I finished 47 other books – this speaks volumes! The Nipsey Hussle Rip T Shirt blurb makes it sound like this novel is full of intrigue and suspense, a lot like a Tom Clancy or Dale Brown novel. Sadly, though the intrigue, betrayal, and danger are all there – there just wasn’t any suspense. I felt no emotion while reading this book. Sure, the facts were interesting enough and I continued reading, but the only compulsion I ever felt to pick the book back up was guilt because I accepted the book in exchange for providing a review.
Honestly, had I not felt obligated to complete a review, I may not have finished the book. But, I contrast that with the Nipsey Hussle Rip T Shirt that each time I did pick it up, I read without boredom.So, I’m giving this one 3 stars: 2 for the actual book itself and a bonus 1 for the obvious research that went into making sure it was an accurate portrayal of a story that really needs to be told. Disclaimer: I received a free advanced copy of this ebook from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.