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Bald was found by an old coworker Land to do a job. Land tempted him with a new life when he is no longer hunted by the Firm.
Lot of actions, lot of guns. Bald found out the the bad guy he is after also have the Russians chasing after him.
So he is in. For the money and for the freedom. During the chase, lot of betrayal and there is no trust anywhere. He don't really know who to trust.
And someone try to kill him too.
It is action pack. But Bald is not really a likable character. He is too trigger hapy to be a good person. And he is after the money instead of higher ideal. That's no good.
His moral compass is all weird as well. Plus he is kind of sexist.
Not likable character but might to closer to a not so sophisticated or educated persons. but highly trained in weapons. Scary world that the main character might died if he is not lucky or skill or both.
Character need to develop better. On the whole still good enough because of the action and the plot twist.
4 stars read.
John Bald is screwed.
Land, his former boss asked him to help get someone. This someone is a horrible person who tortured women for fun. He was then shot at and beaten up. A woman, Odessa, come into view only to be suspected to harm him too.
Bald is not really a good person to not find out more before killing someone. But then his companions are not good people either. There aren't many good persons in this book.
Action-wise. It is okay. Just don't know why the bad guys are so good at killing and escaping.
Started this book earlier and stopped to read Festive books. Picked this up again to finish it.
Been going to the BEA for ten years now, and acquired a lot of books. If this sounds like an episode of Hoarders, you'd be right. Thankfully, with ebooks I'm not quite as hopeless as I would've been.
During Christmas week I spent the better part of three days sorting through the TBR mountain range in my apartment- anything I had in epub or simply wasn't gonna read had to go.
So after sending some off to a few local bookstores, I still had a shitload to deal with, and no more boxes to pack them in. Fortunately, I had a bunch of Trader Joe's shopping bags.
This proved a mixed blessing as it made things too easy. Someone came along and took about six bags in his shopping cart- left the big box alone. By the weekend about half the box was left and Sanitation claimed it on Monday. Good thing is I'm no longer in danger of going missing for a week and being found under a pile of old ARCs. Bad news is I have plenty of room for more this summer.