The Fallen Angel - Daniel Silva

The Fallen Angel

By Daniel Silva

  • Release Date: 2012-07-17
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 1,922 Ratings


Art restorer, assassin, spy—Gabriel Allon returns in The Fallen Angel, another blockbuster espionage thriller from #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Silva. The acclaimed author of Portrait of a Spy, Silva (“a world class practitioner of spy fiction” —Washington Post) is an undisputed master of the genre who has brought “new life to the international thriller” (Newsday).

A breathtaking adventure that races around the globe, The Fallen Angel begins in Rome, where Allon is called upon to investigate a murder at the Vatican, one with disastrous repercussions that could plunge the world into a conflict of apocalyptic proportions. If you haven’t yet been drawn into Daniel Silva’s thrilling universe of intrigue, danger, and exceptional spycraft, start here—and see why the Philadelphia Inqurer declares that, “The enigmatic Gabriel Allon remains one of the most intriguing heroes of any thriller series.”


  • Fallen Angel

    By sevenfish7
    Pretty boring compared to others in this series I have read.
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  • Fallen Angel

    By coonskin #1
    A good pot boiler , not great. The locals and background kept it interesting but the characters didn't spring to life. There were hints to a richer backstory but not truly developed.
  • The fallen angel

    By BlackWad
    I read for personal enjoyment and I really enjoyed "The Fallen Angel".
  • An intensely Truthful book

    By David Bergsland
    Yes, I know it is fiction. But it is excellent Jewish fiction. I pray Daniel comes to know personally the God so casually dismissed by Gabriel. This is a superb book.
  • The Fallen Angel

    By IL Family Guy
    This is my first Silva book. As a lot of the good thrillers, a little hard to follow at times. I loved the history and connection to the current political climate. Looking forward to another Silva book.
  • Average compared to His previous work

    By Hashoos
    It appears this one was rushed, i did not enjoy it as much as i anticipated. the plot and sequence of events is OK, the bias is obvious, and was dissappointed after ready 2/3 of the book, i knew that the thrilling ends we're used to will not be part of this book.
  • Classic Silva

    By mhegarvey
    Fallen Angel is typical Silva. If you liked his last several novels you will like this one as well. The climax is a little abrupt and short-lived, but per Silva's style, trends towards being more realistic than "Hollywood." Great historical context within the setting of the finale. Good read.
  • The fallen angel

    By Boldear
    As a catholic, i appreciate his description of the Vatican and its inner workings. As a human being, I cannot feel but sadness at the misguided Muslim belief system. So out of touch with reality. It will end in disaster. The world will suffer greatly as well as our Jewish friends.