Peter Abrahams’ Oblivion

Just finished Peter Abrahams, Oblivion, and found it a great thriller. Well, almost great. I knew who the villain was by page 100. The reason behind the villain’s actions weren’t clear until book’s end, and then all was reveals and neatly tied up. Perhaps, Mr. Abrahams didn’t care if the reader ‘figured’ out the who dunnit part of the book, as long as there was some secret to kept dangling for discovery. Perhaps, as my family will attest, I’m simply twisted enough I normally know who the guilty culprit is long before confession time arrives. Have you read Oblivion? When did you discover the villain’s identity? As for the book itself . . . the […]