- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1923 KB
- Print Length: 315 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Psymon H.; 1st Manuscript: Updated 3.20.14 edition (11 Feb. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00IE223UG
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #969,103 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm Living But I'm Not Alive: Book One In The Black Caviar Thriller eBook Series Kindle Edition
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Creator of the infamous Black Caviar Book Club, and a Klout score that puts him inside the top 40% social media influencers, this series is his first foray in the book world, and one he hopes will leave permanent footprints in the mind of every reader.
The mountains of America's West coast is where you can find him colossal braining another provocative Black Caviar episode inside his writing lab.
If his books were drinks for sale, he'd have the most thrilling distillery. Take a tall glass and fill it with revealing characters with flawed personalities; add a twist of conflict....Then gently drizzle in some infused eroticism over a mind-bending plot. Last but not least, stir in a large tablespoon of psychology.....Now You Have Premium Book Juice!
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Top Customer Reviews
We are taken on a journey into the underworld of drug dealers, murderers, prostitutes and the unsuspecting "cuff girls" lured into the drug trade. The author takes us deep into the mind of the drug dealers full of suspicion and fear for their lives. He portrays vividly how some young girls are lured into prostitution and exposes the world of crooked police men.
Despite Daman's cold attitude and macho persona, he finds himself unwillingly falling in love with Jane who makes him vulnerable.
There are lots of twists and turns in the book as Daman's authority as the top gangster boss in Chicago is being challenged by an unknown enemy. As we get to the end of the book it becomes apparent he is also being betrayed.
This is a well thought out plot and very interesting too. The ending of book leaves you in suspense wanting more. A nice book to read.
I highly recommended to you that get this thriller books and enjoy those stories. You will not find out such this kind eBook. “The Black Caviar” is one of the most popular thriller eBook. Thanks
if your after a book with plenty of drama that will make you want to come back for more!
"An awesome physiological thriller"
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
Damon is not the type of hero that you automatically fall in love with. He is ruthless and dangerous and for those reasons we do not see his world in shades of black and white, good and evil. We cringe at Damon’s unsavory faults, but we also secretly are rooting for him to win.
Psymon H. is an artist in the highest regards. He uses vivid words and details to paint a startling picture. I definitely recommend his work and I am about to get started on book number two as we speak!
The story is going fast and without interruption, characters are bright and real. I did not have such good time with the book for very long time.
I do not want to spoil the reading, so I will not give away any collision from the book, just would like to say again- I have a very good time with it and recommend it to anyone who like good mystery, thriller and just a good reading.
Besides the well-built protagonist, the action is also engaging. Now, maybe I'm biased because I love action/thriller novels (I have a whole stash in my room), but I think Psymon H.'s novel will appeal to any person who will read it. Besides, it's not all about violence, underworld mobs, and corrupt organizations - "I'm Living but I'm not Alive" is thought-provoking as well: it makes you wonder how much darkness resides in any person? What would you do if you were put in the same situation?
All in all, Psymon H.'s book is worth-reading: a dark atmosphere, a complex protagonist, and a gripping story, all make the novel engaging and entertaining.
While the story plays out like a cross between Breaking Bad, Miami Vice, and The Wire. It moves along at a good pace and keeps you hooked throughout the entire book. The plot is solid and carries completely though the book. There are no slow parts. The author is British so some grammar is slightly off and might bother some US readers. But it by no way harms the telling of the story. A word of note there are some extremely graphic scenes that may be to much for younger readers or those that are overly sensitive to violence.
I look forward to reading the next book in the series. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys a crime novel.