Kill Your Boss
Publish date: January 2014
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
A quick read with an interesting story line and a somewhat surprising ending. The dialogue is snappy and overall I enjoyed the book. There was room for improvement, but I think the author made the right overall choices.
I can't wait to see the film adaption! What an incredible story! There was a feeling of six degrees of separation throughout, but it totally worked! The story was full of action, lots of comedic moments, and mixed it all up with this intricately told tale. I just couldn't get enough of it! The idea ...
Full review to follow when I've stopped laughing.I stopped laughing. Eventually. If These Books Could Talk
I got this book through GR's first-read giveaway. What drew me in at first was the cover art (so gimmicky, it's got to be one of my favorites), the whole "assassin posing as an intern" premise, and the promise of humor. So I went into this book expecting a fun read. It was not a fun read. It's act...
This was a real page turner. The narrator is John Lago, an assassin, and an excellent one at that. The book is a guide, complete with rules, for those in the profession. Through the book John tells his story. We get to know him as someone who has had an incredibly hard life and is deeply flawed, but...