Kane and Abel - TelegraphWilliam Lowell Kane and Abel Rosnovski, one the son of a Boston millionaire, the other a penniless Polish immigrant — two men both born on the same day on opposite sides of the world, their paths destined to cross in the ruthless struggle to build an empire. An unputdownable tale, spanning sixty years, of two powerful men kinked by an all consuming hatred, brought together by fate to save… and finally destroy… each other. Not only does this book have many pages but there is so much storyline crammed onto every page that you feel you are reading several books, not just one. At no point does the storyline let up; it never drags or loses the pace for a moment. I would say a lot of the story is descriptive rather than dialogue, but this suits the style of the book as you are taken through various decades and different parts of the world. The book follows the two main characters from birth through their lives, dedicating alternative chapters to each character.
Kane and Abel by Jeffrey Archer – Review
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Taken from the book of Genesis, it tells the story of brothers Cain, a farmer and Abel, a shepherd, who make offerings to the Lord. Thus, a story of love and loss, of jealousy and of death.
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Initial Thoughts on Kane and Abel by Jeffrey Archer
Kane and Abel. That happened to me in an interview with Andrew Warner, the founder of Mixergy. One of the five books that Andrew would like to have with him on a desert island is Kane and Abel by Jeffrey Archer. The one that feels like an old friend; the one you grew up with; the one that gets you through hard times; even the one that changed your life? This was the reason why, 30 years after its publication, I set about the task of re-writing it. Re-crafting turned out to be a more accurate description of what took place during the next nine months, because despite making considerable revisions, the plot remains unchanged. I first published it in April