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Playing for the highest stakes of all In the 1960s four ambitious new MPs take their seats at Westminster Over three d. Warning Do not read this unless you are actually interested in politics First Among Euals is an epic saga which follows the lives including scandals wives and lies of four British MP's The book spans than 20 years and would be nowhere near as good were it not for Archer's superb writing style Charles Seymoure is the ruthless second son of a wealthy Earl and will literally stop at nothing to make No10 his home Simon Kerslake is an ambitious career Conservative with a loving wife who backs him all the way Raymond Gould is the 'working class hero' born above his father's butcher's shop Andrew Fraser the son of an eminent Conservative member who joins the Labour party and captures his father's former seat The uestion is which one of these ambitious men will become the Prime MinisterAlthough this book is about politics Archer weaves through the book the personal stories of each of the men This worked effectively and by the end of the book I was surprised to feel a strong connection to each of the characters I found this book intriguing but I am sure that most would struggle with the heavy political focus Archer's narrative hooks worked wonders and although the story is told in third person omniscient the change from character to character kept me on the edge of my seat Although I did not back a winner right from the start rather I started to lean towards one or the other as their personal lives changed I found the suspense and twist in the final chapter absolutely thrilling I put it down looked at the wall and said Wow What just happened No did he really do that And that is the feeling I love to have at the end of a book While this book may not be for everyone it shows clearly Archer's ability to write a captivating tale He will certainly be on my to read list from now on

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Ecades they share the turbulent passions of the race for power with their wives and families men and women caught up i. It's another great book of Jeffrey Archer Recommended for those who love politics and all those who want to keep themselves occupied till the last page It also defines how the parliament works As a reader you come to know in depth about the British government system Further it shows in detail about the life of people in political stream What are the pressures highs and lows in life that politician observes How media affect their personal lives After this book I have become a fan of Jeffrey Archer as he is one of the finest story makers and keeps on rotating the strike and keeps the balance Also the author shows very smartly about different personalities their plan of action that would shape their career

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