An enthralling, gripping tale of epic proportions taking the reader on a ride full of twists, turns and action…
Kurt Brindley has constructed an intricate story that immediately immerses readers into the brutal world of organised crime, drug and sex trafficking and a gangster underworld all of which is centered around main character Killian Lebon. This warrior and former navy seal embarks on a journey in search of answers and revenge while also dealing with a huge level of trauma. He’s a character that for all of his flaws and even dark moments you cannot help but admire and get behind.
The story unfolds gradually via a gripping and very readable style with the emphasis on Brindley’s descriptive full sentences (proper sentences, how I have longed for thee…) with a series of stories and characters that all eventually find themselves linked later on. There are a wealth of three dimensional realistic characters with many who have their own flaws much like Killian such as ‘RJ’ with her own traumatic history or ‘Toni’ who is trying to do right even though her surroundings are wrong.
As a reader you definitely get value for money as The Good Kill is long read but it needs to be for the type of story it is and takes some time to get through although not once did I feel as if the story dragged and for a read of this caliber that is indeed an incredible feat.
It’s modern Jason Bourne meets Taken but it feels fresher with a grittier story that is brutal, dark and sometimes violent and always entertaining. There’s revenge and redemption as well as a series of revelations that appear in many different pinnacle moments during the story which is split into 4 parts all of which culminate dramatically.
The Good Kill represents independently published books in the finest possible way.
5 Stars – Great read, Reviews left on Amazon UK and Goodreads
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Reblogged this on KURT BRINDLEY and commented:
Many thanks to author Lee Hall for review my novel The Good Kill. It’s such a rewarding feeling when someone really gets your work. You really need to learn more about Lee if you are now just being introduced to him. He is both the creator of fine independent work, and a big supporter of other independents with his willingness to focus so much of his time and effort reading and reviewing their. So please check out his awesome review of my book, which I have reblogged for you here for your entertainment and instruction, and then check out some of his work when you’re through.
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