Top critical review
on 31 March 2017
I don't normally write bad reviews about books, but I had to make an exception for this one. I found the plot absolutely nonsensical, the characters very under-developed, not believable or particularly likeable, and the book finished with lots of unanswered questions. Why would a bunch of hit-men go on a mission to kill a rogue hit-man? Apparently because it is bad for business and will make the police go after hit-men. Huh? I love thrillers, but I found the author's lack of research into any subject dismaying, it seemed like the author tried to fill the gap with detailing what the characters would be wearing as disguises at any point in time. It all seemed like a bit of a fudge or a novel written for early teenagers (perhaps it was?). Sorry, but I just couldn't recommend that anyone wastes their time reading this.
There was something that kept me reading until the end of the book, which is why I gave it two stars instead of one, but I won't be reading the next two in the series.