I really enjoyed this book until suddenly after reading 70 odd percent of it on kindle it all began to go pear shaped.
Just as it seemed to working towards an interesting conclusion, the author suddenly loses all credibility and people aren't who you thought they were which is fine if it's only one or two but not when it appears to be almost everyone. How on earth the author could come up with an ending which stretched credibility to such a point (and went on for far far too long) is beyond belief (literally)
If a character had suddenly revealed themselves as an alien or to have superhuman powers it would have been more believable.
What got me the most was that fact that there was no hint of lack of writing ability or style until three quarters of the way through the book.
Maybe someone finished the novel for him, or he just got bored, or he had so many possible endings, couldn't decide which one to put in and so put in them all.
As for a hitman who is videoed at a murder scene, admits to the authorities he is a killer and they let him go without even questioning him ?? Or how he 'outruns' the FBI at an airport when he is in a wheel chair? - Or how did so many people get access to a red carpet event when they were on the run, and even waved a gun to threaten a tv reporter live on air as they went in and no one stopped or searched them, or even asked for their ticket?
I could go on (and on)but that would be too much like the end of this novel.
It was in all disappointing, as it was quite readable up until that point.
Still three stars for the first three quarters, but none for the conclusion.