New York Station

New York Station A World War II spy thriller with a twist based on a true conspiracy with astounding parallels between then and now

  • Title: New York Station
  • Author: Lawrence Dudley
  • ISBN: 9781538469194
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A World War II spy thriller with a twist, based on a true conspiracy, with astounding parallels between then and now.

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    • Thanks to NetGalley, Mr. Dudley, and the publisher for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.I am enthralled with the intrigue of NEW YORK STATION, which sheds light on the espionage of pro Nazi American citizens in the 1940's , portraying Roosevelt's presidency as one of isolationism and smug detachment to the atrocities abroad. It is said this book is based on true events, and I wonder what really happened and what is fabrication. I wish the author had delineated that in his acknowledgements [...]

    • I walked away from New York Station with a distinct feeling of a new series being launched. That would certainly be welcome news, for me, as this novel gave readers a fresh perspective on the tried and true WWII espionage thriller. Roy Hawkins proved a capable man of action sliding in to every situation with ease and thinking quick on his feet. He is calm, cool and adaptable, everything a good MI6 agent should be. Definitely a man to build a book series around. New York Station ably shines a lig [...]

    • I received an ARC from NetGalley to read and review. The below is my honest, unbiased opinion. Thank you, Lawrence Dudley, the publisher, and NetGalley, for allowing me to reviewW YORK STATION is based on the true story of the Nazis' attempt to intervene in the 1940 United States presidential election. It's a World War II-era spy thriller that mirrors what we're seeing in today's real-life election. In 1940, eighteen months before Peal Harbor, Anglo-American MI6 agent Roy Hawkins is mysteriously [...]

    • The author of “New York Station,” Lawrence Dudley, writes much of his book in italics that represent the thought processes of Roy Hawkins, the protagonist. That’s not an easy thing to do as many writers have discovered. A person’s seat of consciousness is neither linear nor organized and when a writer attempts to portray it, the reader will probably not interpret it correctly, resulting in frustration and eventually some annoyance. Unfortunately this novel’s appeal, at least for me, wa [...]

    • A WWII spy thriller, New York station is all about the spy network and the politics during the times of war. Roy Hawkins, the protagonist is sent to New York to spy on some German officials and send back messages. The plot is full of different agencies, with names that are extremely difficult to follow and remember. There is a range of things happening throughout. From mild torture scenes to killings, this book has it all covered.I had trouble following the book because the change in scenes and [...]

    • I finished this book with very mixed feelings. There were parts that pulled me in and parts that left me thinking where was the editing on this book. It was an ARC so gave a little wiggle room but still gaps in timing, flow, and the character development on a few characters seemed to starty to never finish when more development was needed to feel invested in those characters.The historical aspect of it was fascinating. I cannot say much without being spoiler-y but I will say I wonder how much of [...]

    • I received this book for an honest review which follows:I was intrigued by the description of this WWII spy thriller. While parts were enjoyable, I thought the story jumped around awkwardly and some of the connections between characters seemed superficial.This didn't have the depth of plot and complexity that I expect in a spy thriller.

    • New York Station is a fascinating espionage thriller with strong historical roots. Of course, there is artistic license used at times, but it uses many small details that stop this being a fantastical Bond-like adventure.The Bond comparison is hard to escape. Dudley invites the comparison with references to both Ian Flemming and William Stephenson, and there are similarities, but this is far from a Bond knock-off or homage.The book has an old-fashioned feel to it. Not dated, stylised. The protag [...]

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