The Quiet American - Graham Greene, Robert Stone
It seems like a rather easy story and it is writ­ten that way, but when you read closer you’ll see par­al­lels between dif­fer­ent sto­ry­lines, you’ll see how peo­ple (have to) behave in wartime and you’ll see how in the end Fowler has to take sides and how hard it is for him, because he knows that when you takes sides you auto­mat­i­cally affect other lives and that is exactly what he does. Now he has to live with it.

It is a very good book, but it becomes that book when you read it more then once I think. Very interesting.