Tuesday, 23 December 2008

The Lahti File


After Reading
2.Do you think "The Lahti File" describes the real work of a spy?

No, I don't think so.
There are three reasons I think.

First, trigger of this story is very nonsense. Although there are many many same thing all over the world, Naylor think that there are some relationships with these news. This is a very unreal thing, I think.

Next, if Munro is a real spy, he doesn't invite unknown person to his room (But it is a usual story in "007" ;-) ).

Then, he doesn't have any arms. It is believable that if someone find arms, there are many questions to answer. But there is necessity of having minimum arms with spying, I think.

Anyway, a hero of the story must have some stupid points to make the story funny.