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He starts following the gypsy caravans, but little does he realise that he is inviting trouble for himself by doing so and that too, not only for himself, but also for Cecile. Alistair MacLean hardly reveals the identity of his characters and Caravan to Vaccares is no exception to that.

Nobody has any idea on who Le Grand Duc or what he is up to and the case is no different when it comes to Bowman. It is not easy to describe any kind of a fight in words and even if one manages to do so, it might not be effective as the reader might find it difficult to imagine the scenes or comprehend what is happening.

So, the author has to be appreciated for describing each duel so extensively, and personally, I had no problem in imagining the fight. That is something which I really liked about the book.

A reasonable pace was maintained throughout the novel, which is an important feature of a thriller novel, I believe. Some readers may not accept the way in which the author portrayed the gypsies and their culture. Geoffrey Reeves' Caravan to Vaccares [Danish trailer] I was also not satisfied with the character descriptions as there was a high degree of imbalance. Any kind of digression ruins a thriller novel and the major deviation in this book is the romantic sub-plot featuring Bowman and Cecile.

The plot was average and there was nothing great about it. In most cases, the protagonist either gets extremely lucky or the antagonists were being very stupid. It did maintain a reasonable level of pace though, which made it readable.

This supple, muscular, hilarious and heart-stopping thriller is my favorite Alistair Maclean. And what a riot I had re-reading it after, I think, twenty years.

Caravan to Vaccares. But Alistair Maclean was always a bridge for me - the guilty pleasure, which still enabled pencil markings under consummate writing. Fury Road would be, however incredible all road thrillers might be. First and foremost the atmospherics of the book.

The plot follows them as they travel deep into the region - and all kinds of utterly fascinating encounters take place. Violence is embedded in the story but it is the characterisation of the protagonists and the conversations, which take it to another level. The set pieces - the chase into the craggy heights of the Alpilles; the fight inside a caravan as it ends being clinically wrecked into smithereens; the absolutely heart-thudding encounter in the callajon, the bull ring, with an Andalusian monster from Spain, whose horns have been sharpened to make it a killing machine, where our hero has to become a razateur to survive.

Oh the riches abound. Alistair Maclean 's books always resonate with one dialogue in this book, when Duc is about to walk into a situation he has nothing to do with, in front of his perplexed girl-friend - "But you can't just barge in -" "Nonsense.

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I am the Duc de Croytor. Besides, I never barge. I always make an entrance. Sep 18, Ronald rated it it was ok. When I was growing up there were a number of books by Desmond Bagley and Alistair McLean on my parent's bookshelf and these formed some of the earliest adult fiction that I read. I thought it would be interesting to revisit these authors, who I haven't read for more than 30 years, to see how the books held up.

Caravan to Vacarres is not one I have read before and is certainly not one of McLean's better-known novels. I selected it in a second hand shop for the wonderful s style cover. The b When I was growing up there were a number of books by Desmond Bagley and Alistair McLean on my parent's bookshelf and these formed some of the earliest adult fiction that I read.

The book has an terribly contrived plot, nothing really hangs together and the characterisation is pretty awful, but it was so wonderfully redolent of the s.

The strength is in the action sequences which are very, very well done - not quite as ssuepensful as the depth charge scene in Das Boot, but actually quite compelling.The Last Frontier. The plot follows them as they travel deep into the region - and all kinds of utterly fascinating encounters take place.

Mar 15, Donna LaValley rated it it was ok. Dark Matter: Bear Island. Books by Alistair MacLean. This was my first MacLean.

A mindbending, relentlessly surprising thriller from the author of the bestselling Wayward Pines trilogy. In , he was awarded a D. A nefarious group of gypsies are evildoers and murderers.