The Negotiator unfolds with the spellbinding excitement, unceasing surprise and riveting detail that are the hallmarks of Frederick Forsyth, the master storyteller. Frederick Forsyth, master of the international thriller, retums with an electrifying story of a man of immense power and a conspiracy to crush the President of the. The Negotiator by Frederick Forsyth – book cover, description, publication history.
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Mass Market Paperbackpages. Published March by Bantam first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Negotiatorplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Feb 11, Bob rated it really liked it. A US oil Barron who talks to God and gets personal responses has gathered a group of oil men and industrialists, all who stand to loose big money if the treaty goes through, in a plot to get the US President out of office.
Going by the sole name of Quinn, this negotiator reluctantly agrees to help with the recovery, but only if is allowed to do it his way. This tale ranges from England to the US and Europe in non-stop action. Kept me up late last night to get it finished.
Jan 08, Jose Puttanani rated it really liked it. Awesome is the word for this book. This is a book from a person with high IQ, likely to be over Here are my reasons: Frederick Forsyth has shown an unparelleled skill in crafting their roles carefully and the timing for bringing them into the story.
Aug 24, Deepak Eshwar rated it it was amazing Shelves: Read it for Quinn the main protagonist. This novel is spine chilling with twists and turns, that will make you lose your way deep inside the novel. When you come out of it, you ll feel like the one who built the maze. Hats off to “the master story teller”. Mar 04, Ram rated it it was amazing Shelves: Just finished reading “The Negotiator” by Frederick Forsyth, an international espionage thriller involving more than a dozen countries and a plot that keeps you riveted to the book.
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Nov 25, Benjamin Thomas rated it really liked it Shelves: I pulled this one from my book store because I was looking for a Cold War era negoriator and have not yet read much from Mr Forsyth. I understand that he does an enormous amount of research for his books and that certainly showed here. This was a well-though out novel and well-structured even though it suffers from amazingly bad publishing timing.
Of course the author I pulled this one from my book store because I was looking for a Cold War era thriller and have not yet grederick much from Mr Forsyth.
Of course the author could no more see the incredible events of the Wall coming down, the desolution of the Soviet Union, etc. I was a little worried as I read the first several chapters as the author spends a lot of time building the background for the story. We get a fprsyth of back story on numerous characters, including high ranking politicians in both countries as well as businessmen, Senators, etc.
It isn’t until around page or so that we meet Quinn, the Negotiator himself and the novel settles down into a nice coherent plot. On the surface, the story centers around the kidnapping of the US president’s only son but there is so much going on here that it is not at all predictable. Very enjoyable and now, of course, I want to read more from this author, especially his more famous works such as “Day of the Jackal”.
Nov 12, Jim Puskas drederick it really liked it Shelves: Quinn is much more than a negotiator: Of course, in a Forsyth novel things are never quite what they seem; we’re never quite sure who can be trusted and who the traitors are. As usual, Forsyth introduces a large cast of characters, whose lives intersect in complex ways.
Forsyth’s research, usually impeccable, is a bit suspect in his depiction of winter in the hill country of Vermont as Quinn is much more than a negotiator: Forsyth’s research, usually impeccable, is a bit suspect in his depiction of winter in the hill country of Vermont as extremely frigid, almost od arctic proportions; setting that episode in North Dakota would have made more sense.
But in most respects this is a typical Forsyth adventure, complete with incompetent FBI agents, scoundrelly politicians, evil, sadistic villains and KGB operatives who can work both sides of the street when it suits their purposes. Not up to Forsyth’s best such as The Devil’s Alternative etc.
Sep 07, Stefan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Fdederick first two chapters of The Negotiator were very slow and ferderick and I feared that this would be a tedious read. Fortunately, the pace began to pick up and I became immersed in the story. The plot contains several sub-plots all of which are satisfactorily wrapped up in the conclusiona number of interesting characters notably the protagonist, Quinna number of neat settings Vermont, Washington D.
This novel is far above most books in the thriller genre because of its intelligent and gripping narrative. Saya mulai menyukai pengarang ini, segala detail yang terkait dengan hubungan, intrik, maupun konspirasi internasional, teknik negosiasi, teknik spionase dijelaskan oleh Forsyth di buku ini.
Beberapa orang menganggap novel-novel yang dibuatnya merupakan “investigative journalism in fictional guise”, mengambil hal-hal yang nyata terjadi, pernah terjadi, atau bisa saja terjadi yang diblurkan dengan cerita fiksi dan gabungan antara karakter nyata dan fiksi.
Sebuah novel yang sangat informatif dari m Saya mulai menyukai pengarang ini, segala detail yang terkait dengan hubungan, intrik, maupun konspirasi internasional, teknik negosiasi, teknik spionase dijelaskan oleh Forsyth di buku ini.
Sebuah novel yang sangat informatif dari mantan agen MI6 ini, tapi saya rasa novel ini bukanlah novel terbaiknya. Oct 18, Avradip Saha rated it liked it. The set up was slow, dont know whether its the book frederidk just me.
Then after the kidnapping and introduction of the negotiator it was fascinating. Spend 2 sleepless nights, just couldn’t put it down! But the third act and finish was kind of disappointing, too cheesy. The resolution lacked punch, almost lame, feels like a western. Overall I would recommend it only to a patient reader. Good, but not great as it promised to be.
Jun 08, Umang Chhawchharia rated it really liked it.
The book was excellent, a typical Frederick Forsyth masterpiece It gave me new insights into the oil scenario of the world, the vanity and selfishness of American companies in and about kidnapping in high profile cases In all an awesome book, a fun read, and recommended to all Jun 05, Kanna rated it it was amazing Shelves: At the beginning it looks like a boring novel but after some 20 pages the momentum gains and after that, whenever I found some free time available, I read it.
Feb 19, Emad rated it liked it. Jul 04, Marija rated it it was ok Shelves: Jul 18, Rajan rated it liked it Shelves: Lo usual del autor. Oct 04, Chetan rated it it was amazing. Clear 5 for Frederick Forsyth I like his books, the reason being he writes fiction. The way he moves you along with the story is wonderful. Oct 22, Marcy Speer rated it it was amazing.
I did not expect to enjoy this tightly woven novel but I could hardly wait to turn the page. Jul 20, Robbie rated it it was amazing. Haven’t read a bad Forsyth book yet. You’ll love this one!
The Negotiator by Frederick Forsyth
Jun 30, Riddhika Kulkarni rated it liked it. The Negotiator The Negotiator is set in the 90’s. Due to world shortage of oil and the due consequences of the Nantucket treaty, causes few Americans to prepare a plan to force the President of the United States out of office in a way that would completely destroy him emotionally and psychologically.
A hostage is taken and the world’s best negotiator is brought in to discuss its release, Quinn. With the events that takes place puts the life of the negotiator Quinn in danger. He uses all his exp The Negotiator The Negotiator is set in the 90’s.
He uses all his experience to find the men behind this kidnapping and the events that takes place afterwards.
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Frederick Forsyth has well researched the locations and places he include in the story. Also the way all these characters play their roles is very well thought out and are very well placed and don’t over do their parts. Frequently wooden, occasionally terrible, prose; rather too much tell-not-show; an excess of cardboard characters; a big fat fredetick involving a pretty FBI agent who wins the hero’s heart; the road map of Europe described in excessive detail It’s a cracking story!
The pace, slow at first, builds to a fabulous crescendo.