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Night (Night Series Book 1) by [Christie, Casey]
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4.5 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1860 KB
  • Print Length: 413 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00854N1AE
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 78 customer reviews
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I have my favourite authors, however through social media was encouraged by Casey to read this novel. Im so glad I did. It was a great read from cover to cover. A real cant put down book. Read whole book in two days. Well written plot and great story. You dont wven realise the plot as it is explained theoughout book without realising. Now thats a fantastic author who has skill to do that !! So looking forward to the next one. Would encourage anyone who hasnt read Night to do so
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My first experience of Casey Christie. Brilliant book that I simple could not stop turning the pages of. All the better as with being based in SA, it is a nice twist on the usual cop/action books.
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This book did not download properly. The pages kept doubling up and also kept coming in the wrong order. Went forward a couple of chapters to see if it righted itself, but it did not. Do not know whether it was a good story or not. Perhaps someone can sort this out because there must be something wrong with it. I have never had this happen to me before
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Wasn't sure I would enjoy this but was hooked within the first chapter. Once used to the tactical element of it I really enjoyed it. love no nonsense type characters and a sharp shock of brutality, which I also love. I've downloaded the sequel too!!
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Could not put it down a berry good thought out story giving you enough information in the story without boring you
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No Easy Day - Night of the Black Bastards - Casey Christie

Before his death, the Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi arranged for a vast hoard of gold bullion and many millions in cash to be hidden in the Karoo desert in South Africa...

A trio of Special Forces cops--A veteran Sergeant, a former army commando, and his two cohorts: a Zulu giant and an expat Russian Spetsnaz operator--wage a ruthless war against a Satanic criminal, a Zimbabwean army colonel, who sets out to steal this fortune for himself.

The book provides unique insights into insider police procedure and the savage reality of the high energy lifestyle of the grindingly poor and the obscenely wealthy inhabitants of the multiracial metropolis of Johannesburg.

The trio's principal adversary is a Zimbabwean colonel who has established a criminal empire based in the black township of Alexandra, where he is fearfully known as uSathane--the Zulu expression for The Devil. uSathane uses black magic and cannibalism--he drinks the blood of raped women--to keep him alive although he is riddled with Aids.

YES I'VE CHEATED AND COPIED THE BLURB OFF AMAZON

I could tell you about the characters but I'd like you to READ THE BOOK and for out yourself.

As one of the many white South Africans who have left the country, this book was a total eye-opener. I loved the way the author has managed to sum up the whole weird and dangerous world that the police survive in. And yes, I believe that uSathane used black magic to survive, but fortunately, sometimes white magic (in the true use of the word) manages to outweigh this evil.
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Well I'll start by saying the books I normally read are definitely not as brutal as this book, but it is nice to have a change every now and again. The synopsis really intrigued me and I have read a few books set in South Africa recently so this was another one to add to my list.

The characters are all extremely well written, in particular Sergeant Michael Night. He's incredibly complex as on the one hand, he is cold and can shut off his feelings to even the death of people close to him, but on the other hand he rescues dogs when he can an he loves his girlfriend Lisa and his two fellow "Black Bastards" a Zulu and a Russian. (The full title of the book did throw me a little, but it is explained that the reason the three men are called "Black Bastards" is due to the combat gear that they wear). He is a really great character and was easy to get behind and route for in the story. I also adore Wamba his pet rescued mountain of a dog, he's written so well that you can actually picture his face and his abounding energy.

The story itself is fast paced and well written, my only slight comment would be that there were moments that felt very much like information dumps, particularly at the beginning of the book, but this is a personal thing and it may not seem that way to everyone.

The world building is quite intense and sets an extremely vivid picture of the streets in South Africa and what the police in this book at least have to face, I could quite easily envisage the gated communities and the people just trying to get on with their own life with as little disruption as possible from the warring factions.
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