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I’m a big fan of the Revolutionary period so I was predisposed to like Turn, but I’m also an extremely picky reader and viewer, so the scales were balanced going into it.

Based on the historical events narrated in the book Washington’s SpiesTurn tells the story of Abraham Woodhull, a man living in Tory territory that is recruited to be a rebel spy, and who then finds himself pulled into more and more dangerous dealings as he “lives among the enemy.”

Where Turn first impressed me was the richness of the characters and writing–the dialogue is rich and mature, the acting gets an A+, the attention to detail gives a gratifying air of historicity, and the plot is well designed and terrifically paced.

I recently wrapped up True Detective (which was outstanding–one of the best shows I’ve seen in a long, long time), and Turn is a worthy replacement.

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