Storm Front - John Sandford

Storm Front

By John Sandford

  • Release Date: 2013-10-08
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4
From 1,365 Ratings


#1 New York Times Bestseller

An ancient relic is unearthed during an archaeological dig. A Minnesota college professor is keeping a secret that could change the world’s history as we know it. For Virgil Flowers, the link between the two is inescapable—and his investigation, more dangerous and far-reaching than he can possibly imagine.


  • Unfortunate

    By Baodan2985
    This read like the author went to Jerusalem and was simply looking to write a story, any story, to justify writing off that trip on his taxes. Usually Sanford’s books have an element of casual reality to them. Not this one. It was ... off. (SPOILER ALERT coming up) And maybe because it was so off, I didn’t have the energy to go back and figure out where the money went. Did it go to the Arab pilot and his Hezbollah friend or to the friend’s daughter to care for his Alzheimers wife and the autistic child? The Fox News snark at the end went a long way in explaining why Sanford felt so compelled to paint the Arab pilot with a heart of gold and the Paris-loving misunderstood Hezbollah “terrorist” as such good guys and the Mossad agent as some hapless fool looking to shoot someone. Which was unfortunate since I’d appreciated Sanford’s take on politics before. Which was generally fair and down the middle. Anyhoo... before I plop down more money for another Sanford book, I’ll read the reviews first. If folks are complaining about his sudden insertion of GOP hate, I’ll read something else. I’m not interested in padding some leftist’s pocket who’s more interested in getting in his licks rather than writing an interesting book that makes sense.
  • Another Virgil Flowers gem!!!

    By tinaya0501
    When I read the lead in to the book, I was all 'Jerusalem, hieroglyphics & Minnesota'. Not interested at all! However, because of my absolute adoration for all John Sanders novels & the fact he has NEVER left me disappointed, I bought it & dove it. What a ride! It was another masterpiece that only John Sanders can create. Don't be foolish & think this might just be a 'skip' & move on to the next in the series. You'll be sorry if you do!!!
  • Flowers Has Met His Match

    By MysGuru
    Virgil Flowers has finally met his match with 'Ma' Nobles. I truly enjoyed Storm Front as another Flowers adventure but what I liked most was the development of the character 'Ma' Nobles. She is perfect as on going character to give another dimension to Virgil's lie. I only hope that author John Sandford will keep the character alive in Virgil's world. I can't wait for the next Flowers novel.
  • One Of The Best Books Sandford Has Written!

    By Cold Shave
    I have read every book John Sandford has published and this one is one of his best stories! I would highly recommend it.
  • Storm Front

    By Windmill91
    Typical Sandford novel. Good pace. Good story line. Central character acts as expected. Normal plot twist near the end. Virgil gets his girl - you just never know which one. I'll buy the next book too! Decent book
  • Great characters

    By Speaker2Animals
    A good crime novelist can create a memorable character who's featured in a series of good books: like Harry Bosch, Jack Reacher, John Rain, Elvis Cole -- and Lucas Davenport. A very good crime novelist can create a second memorable character, and Virgil Flowers is a prime example of this. Sandford has done another bang-up job with Storm Front.
  • Storm Front

    By Lyonstar
    Entertaining. Don't be misled by the cover. Lighthearted, but complex enough to be a interesting read. Enjoyed it.
  • Storm Front

    By Nancy layne
    This book was soooo boring. I couldn't identify with the characters and there were way too many! Plot line was scattered. I am trying to save you $$!!
  • Stolen Prey

    By Jeremy HS
    A bit convoluted. Not his best. No real excitement.
  • Storm Front

    By No. 3 reader
    I am really disappointed in this book......It was boring in the beginning......I read maybe a little over a 1/4. And then went 6 pages from end and did not feel I had missed a thing! Disappointed! Becky Dozier