In many ways I Am Pilgrim is a standard race-against-time story: The protagonist (code-named "Pilgrim") a remarkably skillful former head of a super-secret U.S. agency few know exists is brought out of retirement to find a terrorist ("The Saracen") before he's able to release a particularly virulent strain of the smallpox virus on an unsuspecting American public. Along the way he tracks his prey using his finely honed skills (coupled with the occasional bit of good luck), has setbacks and successes, and plays cat and mouse with international bad guys that want him out of the way - permanently. In other words, pretty formulaic stuff that could be the synopsis of any one of a number of novels.There are aspects to this particular book, though, that set it above most of the others in this genre.
First and foremost, Hayes creates richly detailed characters whom one ...
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