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Judge Dredd #6: The Final Cut Kindle Edition
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This story was gripping from the beginning and I finished it in one sitting. The opening has been described by others so I won't go there. The two story lines going on is not confusing and eventually brings it all back together. Dredd is the title character but it was Trager who stole the book. An interesting take on the Judge role and the possible disillusionment of totalitarian enforcement, desire to absolutely control, and the need to feel like your making a difference.
I would recommend this book as a good Saturday read when it is bad weather and no movie on.
This well-written story deals with a group of sadists that get satisfaction by torturing people strapped to a chair, while still-photographing it for a black market torture magazine. Dredd gets on the case along with an undercover judge named Trager (who's part is prominent in the story, almost to the point of co-headlining it with Dredd). All the Dredd and Mega-City elements you'd expect are there, along with some vicious and heartbreaking moments. The writing really puts you there, whether on location or giving you a glimpse into a character's mindset.
The only thing that I wasn't totally keen on was that Trager's parts of the story were told in First Person, where all the rest of the book was done in Third Person. I didn't like jumping back and forth between those 2 methods. I prefer a book to pick one (prefernce is Third Person) and stick with it. But that's me. I probably would've given it 5 stars if not for that.
A solid, horrific story, I read this as part of a "Dredd" collection: 3 stories in one book, tied-in to the 2012 Dredd movie (and featuring Karl Urban's Dredd on the cover).