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The Ends of the Earth

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Description A thrilling climax to Robert Goddard s bestselling adventure trilogy The Wide World July 1919 Ex World July 1919 Ex ace James Max Maxted s attempt to uncover the secret behind the death of his father Sir Henry Maxted murdered while serving as an adviser with the British delegation to the Paris peace conference has seemingly ended in failure and his own death The trail uncovered by him leads to Japan and a mysterious prisoner held by Sir Henry Maxted s old enemy Count Tomura Unaware of Max s fate the team he has ecruited to finish the job are already there where their paths cross that of former German spymaster Fritz Lemmer now ebuilding his spy network in the service of a new sinister
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In the days weeks ahead the uest Max embarked on in Paris will each its dizzying end at Tomura s castle in the mountains of Honshu and the full truth of what occurred thirty years before will finally be laid bare Opening SAM TWENTYMAN WAS A LONG WAY FROM HOME HE HAD NEVER imagined he might stray so far from his Walthamstow oots He was not by nature the straying kind Yet here he was sitting on a bollard smoking a cigarette while people of several races and numerous nationalities swarmed around him on Yokohama pierUnderwhelmed by this last book in the trilogy it was a uestion and numerous nationalities swarmed around him on Yokohama pierUnderwhelmed by this last book in the trilogy it was a uestion having to drive myself through I did wonder if Goddard himself had tired of it Baseline 35 In Pale Battalions3 Into the Blue5 Past Caring4 Caught In The Light4 Long Time Coming3 Never Go Back3 Sight UnseenTR Beyond Recall3 Borrowed Time3 Hand in GloveWL Fault Line4 Set In Stone1 Found Wanting2 Name To A Face4 Painting The Darkness1 Dying To Tell3 Play to the End3 Out of the Sun3 Days Without Number4 Take No Farewell2 Closed CircleTR Blood Count3 Sea Change3 The Ways of the World The Wide World Trilogy 14 The Corners of the Globe The Wide World James Maxted 23 The Ends of the Earth The Wide World Trilogy 3 Award winning narrator Derek Perkins eads the audio version of this historical thriller and does a great job There are many characters perhaps too many from many countries and Perkins has the chance to use multiple accent. July 1919 Ex flying ace James 'Max' Maxted's attempt to uncover the secret behind the death of his father Sir Henry Maxted murdered while serving as an adviser with the British delegation to the Paris peace conference has seemingly ended in failure and his own deathThe trail. .
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Japanese Originally this was meant be a trilogy but the conclusion of this third book clearly sets the Stage For Additional Volumes for additional volumes the first book disappointed in the second one and satisfied with this one I wouldn t suggest anyone jump in with this one too much back story Start with the first one The Ways of the World My eview is for the whole trilogy not just the 3rd instalment I have the e book combo of the 3 books all in one digital file Goddard is one of my very favou The journey of James Maxted Max begun in the first volume of Robert Goddard s World Wide Trilogy continues in the third volume THE ENDS OF THE EARTH The focus shifts to Japan as Max is determined to bring his investigation of his father s death Sir Henry Maxted a British diplomat to a conclusion In the first two installments we learn that Max does not accept the verdict of the Parisian police that his father had committed suicide and he is bent on estoring his father s Omnibus Films reputation and finally learn the truth Max is certain his father was murdered and everything seems to center on a failed Japanese nationalist attempt to assassinate the Russian Tsarevitch upon his visit to Tokyo in 1891 The Dark Ocean is a Japanese nationalist organization that hoped to prevent any improvement in Russo Japaneseelations as they were focused on Japanese expansion in the Far EastMany of the characters from the previous novels Graeco-Egyptian Magick reappear in THE ENDS OF THE EARTH Sam Twentyman Max s engineer from World War I Malory Hollander an assistant to Schools Morahan Horace Appleby a British secret agent and they with their allies confront the xenophobic Count Iwazu Tomura a nationalist leader with his own murderous agenda as they try to block the sale of Frederick Lemmer s spy network to the Japanese government As in the two earlier novels the book possesses numerous twists and turns one would expect from a Goddard story Goddard s description of the historical period is very accurate The infighting in the Japanese government over expansion and honor is a major theme The difficulties between Russia an. He had uncovered leads to Japan and a mysterious prisoner held by Sir Henry Maxted's old enemy Count Tomura Unaware of Max's fate the team he hasecruited to finish the job are already in Japan where their paths cross that of former German spymaster Fritz Lemmer now ebuil. ,

D Japan over the Far East would culminate in the Russo Japanese War in 1905 and continue thereafter is accurate Goddard also creates a number of documents and letters That Keep The Reader Abreast keep the eader abreast what took place in the previous novels that allows the current volume to make sensethe plot is current volume to make senseThe plot is suspenseful as Max s uest continues but as the story evolves Max is presented with a number of situations that blindside him At times in the novel it appears that things are about to settle down but Goddard will then introduce a new character or bring back an old one from the previous volumes to twist the plot even further Goddard seems to have a low opinion of even further Goddard seems to have a low opinion of nature as most of his characters seem to be seeking some sort of evenge Max s goal is to find the letter that Jack Farngold an old friend whose sister is married to Tomura had sent his father in 1917 The purpose of the letter was to warn him about Tomura and Lemmer which would explain Sir Henry s death As he proceeds Max will learn things about his past that are shocking and will force him to confront Tomura as he tries to uncover the mystery of his own birth Throughout the novel Goddard constantly provides hints from the perspective of 1919 of what to expect from Japan in the future Goddard s knowledge of Japanese history and geography is an asset as he sets his scenes and allows the eader insights into Japanese culture and politics between 1891 and 1919 The novel is very fast paced and at times I found myself jotting down who some of the characters were because they came and then disappeared at a Autumn Days with the Moodys (Moody Family rapidate Despite the numerous characters and shifting plot lines the novel is surprisingly easy to follow if one pays attention Despite a storyline seems to bring closure at the book s end in true Goddard fashion there are hints that some of these characters may eappear once again in the future If you enjoyed THE WAYS OF THE WORLD and THE CORNERS OF THE WORLD Goddard s final installment will not disappoint I can t emember when I ve been disappointed in a book I loved the first of this trilogy and couldn t put it down This one I couldn. Ding his spy network in the service of a new sinister causeIn the days and weeks ahead the uest Max embarked on in Paris will each its dizzying end at Tomura's castle in the mountains of Honshu and the full truth of what occurred thirty years before will finally be laid bar. ,

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