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Cutter by [Gordon, David E.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1287 KB
  • Print Length: 251 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MOQ19OE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,585,052 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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What a wonderful, inspiring debut from the very talented David E. Gordon. ‘Cutter’ was an absolute dream to read and can honestly say it is an amazing read!!!

Firstly, I would just like to say a massive thank you to David for giving me the privilege to receive an arc of this magnificent book. I absolutely loved it and devoured every single page. ‘Cutter’ is fantastically written and you can tell how much time and effort has gone in to the whole process of writing; from the research, the plot and the characters, the attention to detail was exquisite. It pulled at my heart strings and by the end my eyes were glistening with happy tears.

From a very young age Robert Cutter learned that if he wanted something, then he would have to work hard to get it. So that's what he did. He grabbed life by the balls and went the extra mile to get what he wanted when it came to it. And in the long run, it had paid off.

But now, everything is changing.

“For most of his life he had been, “the boss”. Now he was starting to feel as if someone else was pulling the strings.”

After a number of attacks, it is soon realised that the attended target is in fact Robert himself. But the question is who? and "What could be so important that they were willing to kill him for?"

These attacks have just put in to perspective how short life is. His whole outlook in life changes and makes him think differently.

"For the first time in his career he did not want to be in the middle of it, he wanted to stay right here in New York."

He wants more in life, and wants to give back to those who have nothing.

And...

"Nothing was going to stand in his way now. Nothing and no one.
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Cutter Review

This is a book that will remind you of what is important in life.

Robert Cutter is a self made man, given one chance at success he grabs it with both hands and reaps the rewards, or does he?

He is at a point in his life were he is starting to realise that although he has everything he could ever want career wise and financially, something is missing.

The book begins with Robert’s flashbacks regarding a young boy, struggling to survive on the mean streets, these flashbacks seem to bring home his current existence and make him question his life choices. Around this time it becomes apparent that there are some serious threats being made on his life.

Between keeping himself safe and continuing managing his business he makes a move to help an area severely affected by fires and during this times discovers some people that will touch his life, and heart forever.

There is a great supporting cast in the book, and many twists and turns to keep you guessing. You do root for Cutter the whole way through, hoping he can save the people he is trying so hard to save, whilst saving himself…
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HASH(0x95f71804) out of 5 stars Food for Thought 12 Oct. 2014
By SpanishLady - Published on Amazon.com
Oct 6 at 7:09 PM

I was gifted this book by the author for an honest review.

This story takes you through the sad difficult life a homeless boy lives and how he overcomes all the hard life he has lived as a child by becoming a very successful man, by hard work and determination, in the world of finance

Robert Cutter is very successful, but he keeps having recurring dreams of the little boy he was and then he meets a 6 year old who is homeless as he was because of a terrible fire in the same neighborhood where he lived in the streets. Now he has a mission, he will give back to these people and especially the little boy and his mother. He will buy the whole area and offer them the opportunity to rebuild their lives.

There are unknown forces threatening to tear down what he has built, by killing him, will Robert overcome this threat and will he finally remember what his mentor taught him many years ago, to never forget where he came from. But most importantly will Robert remember to live his life and not just make money.

Very inspiring story, lots of action and intrigue, I actually cried a couple of times.

I highly recommend this book to all readers, there is a big message in there.
HASH(0x96e3b750) out of 5 stars From Nothing to Every Thing 16 Sept. 2015
By Heather L - Published on Amazon.com
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After reading the blurb, and excerpt, I decided I really needed to read this books. I just finished CUTTER and let me tell you it is a story that will grab you by the heartstrings and make you want to read more. It's a story I can relate to 100% as I've been that little boy. Have you ever felt so alone in life even with others all around? Have you ever struggled to survive not knowing why the bad things are happen? Then this story is for you. It's about a billionaire who has every thing money can buy but no one really by his side to share it with. It's about a little boy who is alone, homeless and doesn't know where his next meal will come from.

Billionaire Robert Cutter seemingly has it all until the front of the building he lives in literally explodes in his face. Robert realizes that some one is trying to kill him but he just cant figure out who. In the mean time he decides he needs to get back to business as usual. After watching the news where he sees a fire has destroyed an area in Philadelphia that is unkept and run down by its owners, he decides to do some thing to help those lost souls that are not only homeless but without their possessions.

Robert is also having dreams of a homeless, cold, and very hungry little boy that is alone in the world. And the police officer who gives him the kindness he needs.

This story has a mix of every thing; mystery, suspense, romance, a struggle to survive and to succeed. A story of loneliness and desperation and a happiness that can only be achieved from with in the heart and soul.

Read the book and when you get to the heart of the story youll truly understand  That's all I'm going to say, you'll have to go check it out for yourself to see how great a story this is. Click the link and get your copy today And don't forget there is also a second book as well. Happy reading to all
HASH(0x95fe0468) out of 5 stars Book Review – Cutter by David E. Gordon 26 Mar. 2015
By HKelleyB - Published on Amazon.com
Cutter by David E. Gordon is a suspenseful novel with mystery and romance, set in New York, Philadelphia, and Las Vegas. The story opens with a vividly realistic dream about a hungry, homeless, little boy, and a generous corner store owner who feeds him in a rundown, boarded up section of Philadelphia.

Robert Cutter is a very busy man. Too busy, by some accounts. Too preoccupied, by other accounts. His NYC firm, Cutter & Company, is in the middle of several huge acquisitions: a casino project in Las Vegas and an aircraft project in New Jersey/New Mexico. It is a good thing Robert has Joseph, his right hand man and confidant. Joseph brings order to Robert’s bustling life.

When a CNN report on a fire in Philly airs one morning, an image catches Robert’s eye. A store sign on the TV screen is the same sign as the one in Robert’s dream. Robert is drawn to the site of the fire in Philly. While touring the destruction with Joseph, Robert meets Mikhail, a six-year-old boy who captures his heart and eventually changes his whole outlook on life. But, what is the connection between the homeless boy from his dreams and the little boy from Philadelphia?

After his evening with Mikhail and the other residents of the burned Philadelphia neighborhood, Robert creates the Cutter Foundation. The Philadelphia project becomes its first mission – a Herculean experiment designed to turn a six block, dilapidated neighborhood into a thriving, humanitarian utopia. But, can the Philadelphia project succeed, or will Robert’s pet project get tied up in political red tape and bogged down in legislative bureaucracy?

Meanwhile, someone is trying to kill Robert Cutter. He doesn’t know who; and, he doesn’t know why. And, since Robert travels so often, he doesn’t know where, or when, the next attempt will happen. Robert and Joseph need to find out who is behind the attempts, before an attempted murder turns into an execution.

And, there is a budding romance between Robert and Shannon Adams, an ER physician who just may be the key to his emotional healing. If, Robert can find the time to be with her. If, he can find the courage to let her into his world, both past and present. And if, he can manage to stay alive.

Cutter is the ambitious, debut novel from David E. Gordon. Cleverly hidden within the day-to-day activities of CEO Robert Cutter are a variety of plots, and subplots, designed to keep the reader engaged and guessing until the very end, where everything ties together nicely.

I would be remiss if I did not mention that there were omissions, typos, and a few grammatical errors which reduced my overall rating.

Yet, I do recommend Cutter. Mr. Gordon has weaved a worthwhile, character-driven story. 3 ½ stars

HKelleyB is an editor, proofreader, and book reviewer. This honest review is given in exchange for a free copy of this e-book.
HASH(0x95f71930) out of 5 stars I felt like I had to be ready for something to happen ... 19 Oct. 2014
By Word Forward - Published on Amazon.com
***I received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review***

This book was about big business deals with action, suspense, mystery, and romance mixed in.

The story revolves around Robert Cutter who is a Wall Street big business man. He buys companies and makes them worth even more money. This isn’t a type of story that I would normally pick up to read but found myself very interested in the business dealings story lines. It made me want to go work for Robert Cutter and that isn’t even my line of business!

While the storyline focused on the businesses and how the deals went from an idea to completion, there was also a mystery that was introduced into the story. The first incident seemed to be random but as we read further into the book, we learn that it is the beginning of the mystery piece of the story line.

Robert Cutter keeps having dreams about a little boy and our heart breaks for this little boy even though these are just dreams Robert is having. As we get further into the story, we see that these dreams actually have more meaning and at one point, I had an A HA! Moment as to how these dreams related to the story.

As mentioned, there is romance in this story as well. With the rest of the sub-stories that are in this book, this started off innocent and slow until we realize that it is a relationship that is forming.
There was suspense in this book too! I felt like I had to be ready for something to happen at any moment and would find myself relaxing when I realized nothing was going to happen. But when I thought all was well, BAM! I was in the middle of a tense situation that I didn’t see coming.

I really liked the way this book was written. All the sub-plots were introduced slowly as part of the main story and all end up coming together in the end. There were a lot of story lines packed into this book but it was so well written that it was not until after I finished the book and thought about it did I realize how much was in the book and how well these plots integrated into the main story. Cutter was easy to follow and all the sub-plots fix in perfectly without taking away from the main theme. I have read books before where there were a few different story lines going on and it felt forced. Not with Cutter. Everything flowed seamlessly and the sub-plots enhanced the main story as opposed to taking away from it.
HASH(0x95fe172c) out of 5 stars Thought provoking... 8 Oct. 2014
By Bare Naked Words - Published on Amazon.com
Cutter Review

This is a book that will remind you of what is important in life.

Robert Cutter is a self made man, given one chance at success he grabs it with both hands and reaps the rewards, or does he?

He is at a point in his life were he is starting to realise that although he has everything he could ever want career wise and financially, something is missing.

The book begins with Robert’s flashbacks regarding a young boy, struggling to survive on the mean streets, these flashbacks seem to bring home his current existence and make him question his life choices. Around this time it becomes apparent that there are some serious threats being made on his life.

Between keeping himself safe and continuing managing his business he makes a move to help an area severely affected by fires and during this times discovers some people that will touch his life, and heart forever.

There is a great supporting cast in the book, and many twists and turns to keep you guessing. You do root for Cutter the whole way through, hoping he can save the people he is trying so hard to save, whilst saving himself…
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