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10 thoughts on “This Gun for Hire, The Confidential Agent and The Ministry of Fear

  1. says:

    Well, I really read This Gun For Hire by Graham Greene but I could only find it included in a collection. I have always wanted to read Graham Greene but never did til now. I found three copies of This Gun For Hire and ordered them for my children and myself. I planned to have a lovely little book discussion amongst the family. First no one wanted to read it and then they gradually picked it up after I raved about Raven, the hired gun with th


  2. says:

    Interesting read that is very apt for today's political situation.


  3. says:

    Review is for "This Gun for Hire" only, but there's no entry for that in Goodreads.


  4. says:

    [I only read two of the novels in the collection.] Greene's fictional worlds are unrelentingly bleak, dark and confused. In"Gun" and "Agent," senseless war looms, and the protagonists are powerless to stop it. "Gun's" Raven is the ultimate psychopath, lacking morality and spiritual solace,and the victim of a nightmarish childhood and family situation. His one chance at intimacy, with the tolerant Anne, is thrown back in his face, and he is betrayed again. The re


  5. says:

    Somewhat readable book from Graham Greene. Graham Green does not write to my taste and his books live a bad taste in my mouth.
    The book is about an agent who comes to England to secure coal for his civil war ravaged country. The book is about the various tribulations that he goes through in England where he is relentlessly chased by his enemies and by bad luck.
    He is dogged by death in every step that he takes and ends up failing to secure the coal that he an


  6. says:

    This edition is 3 of his "entertainments" -- a term Greene apparently used to distinguish his "thrillers" from his more purposefully "literary" works. Read them and you'll see why that distinction doesn't really hold water: they are more than merely entertaining, but are beautifully written and, at times, ardently philosophical.

    Of the 3, I enjoyed the Ministry of Fear the best and The Confidential Agent the least.


  7. says:

    This is very much the kind of book that I don't want to say too much about, to have an inkling of the story in advance would be to ruin the experience of reading it. It's a wonderful kind of a mystery book where you don't know and can't imagine what's coming next. The setting is the middle of the blitz in London in the second world war and Arthur Rowe's life is going spinning of the rails. Highly recommended but difficult to talk about!


  8. says:

    Only read the first and half the second.interesting really to see how he developed his skills.Very dated stories with dated ideas with some tense scenes but I thought I could spend my time more wisely.


  9. says:

    I just read This Gun for Hire. I particularly enjoyed how the villains' characters developed. A fun read, and well written.


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