Top positive review
on 8 June 2014
Picked up in the same action-packed form as the previous two. Not a page goes by when the Caine isn't either killing someone, about to kill someone, or fornicating. Real roller-coaster of a story.
I enjoyed this book more than the 2nd, mainly because of the development of Caine. You discover more about him and his mysterious ancestry. Also there's more depth to him than the psychotic killer he's portrayed to be.
However, the reason I didn't give this book 5 stars was because of the amount of typos contained within. It felt like the author suddenly abandoned his editing half-way through as the first half of the book was perfectly fine. A simple re-editing will pick up most, if not all the errors.
I still enjoyed the book and will definitely be buying the 4th instalment.