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{Read} ê The Angry Mountain Í Dick Farrell Is A Man Haunted By His Wartime Memories Of Torture And Fear A Time Better Forgotten But Past And Present Merge When A Trip To Eastern Europe Embroils Him In The Twilight World Of The Industrial Spy Farrell Becomes A Reluctant Player In A Lethal Game As The Hunt Shifts From Czechoslovakia To Southern Italy And There, Beneath The Blazing Summit Of Vesuvius In Full Eruption, He Comes Face To Face With The Living Ghosts Of His Past.


10 thoughts on “The Angry Mountain

  1. Debbie Zapata Debbie Zapata says:

    I picked this book to read for three reasons.1 I like Hammond Innes I can rely on him for edge of your seat hold your breath action by a hero who is haunted by a past he has tried to forget but which eventually forces itself to be dealt with.2 The title suits my mood of the moment.3 This is one of the paperbacks that will fill a certain empty space in one section of my bookcase Now if those aren t practical reasons for reading a book, I don t know what are Besides that, this was the first I picked this book to read for three reasons.1 I like Hammond Innes I can rely on him for edge of your seat hold your breath action by a hero who is haunted by a past he has tried to forget but which eventually forces itself to be dealt with.2 The title suits my mood of the moment.3 This is one of the paperbacks that will fill a certain empty s...


  2. Nils Kammenhuber Nils Kammenhuber says:

    Personally, I find this to be Innes best book, or at least the best one of those I ve read so far.


  3. David Miller David Miller says:

    Hammond Innes wrote a book a year in his prime six months of travel and research, six months of writing The attention to detail paid off in this fine thriller The letter perfect rendition of a man recovering from traumatic stress, and the awe inspiring tale of escaping f...


  4. Doyle Doyle says:

    This book farted in my mouth in the first chapter It spent a few chapters trying to convince me that I was actually enjoying a nice ice cream sunday, but by about chapter 5 there was no doubt that the taste in my mouth was indeed fart.The front cover makes promises that she was beautiful and depraved and suggests some hilarious 1950 s misogyny with an image of a naked woman covering herself on the cover The text excerpt on the back cover is misleadingly pieced together from sentences in v This book farted in my mouth in the first chapter It spent a few chapters trying to convince me that I was actually enjoying a nice ice cream sunday, but by about chapter 5 there was no doubt that the taste in my mouth was indeed fart.The front cover makes promises that she was beautiful and depraved and suggests some hilarious 1950 s misogyny ...


  5. Ruth Ruth says:

    Hammond Innes b1913 1998 was born in Horsham Sussex I have been to Horsham and was a great story teller This story is gripping and tense Innes saw active service in World War II and brings his experience to the narrative of the novel This book was published in 1950 and the plot culminates with the explosion of Mount Vesuvius and was based on the author s own experience as he had witnessed an eruption of the same volcano It was Pompeii over again We knew what was going to happen, yet Hammond Innes b1913 1998 was born in Horsham Sussex I...


  6. Alton Motobu Alton Motobu says:

    Not one of Innes s best Reads like a 1950s men s pulp magazine story with hero caught in ridiculous situations involving sexy females Would have made a great B movie in the 50s The wackiest subplot involves a mule which the hero has befriended, and as they make their escape on an airplane, the hero refuses to go unless the mule is allowed on board And this was not a comedic interlude the mule had a pivotal role in the story The author must have had a reason to involve a mule into the story Not one of Innes s best Reads like a 1950s men s pulp magazine story with hero caught in ridiculous situations involving sexy female...


  7. David David says:

    An adventure thriller set in the 50s, after World War II but prior to the eruption of Mt Vesuvius, of which said eruption happens to be the book s finale The main character has to deal with his own demons as well as the enemies of his past as a simple trip ended up with him being embroiled i...


  8. Algernon Algernon says:

    a solid thriller from a master of the genre It was a little slow in build up, and the style is slightly dated, but when it got to the actual mountain getting angry, it became a gripping tale Characters and plot are ...


  9. Frank Frank says:

    Enjoyed it immensely Loved the suspense Another superb Hammond Innesmystery


  10. John Conrad John Conrad says:

    I really enjoyed a number of Hammond Innes books as a teenager.