The Last Policeman
Publish date: July 10th 2012
Publisher: Quirk Books
Pages no: 322
Edition language: English
Series: Last Policeman (#1)
One of the things I love about science fiction, disaster movies, and pre/post-apocalyptic stories is the examination of the inevitable breakdown of society. To see it from a detective’s point of view, during the course of a murder investigation, was something new to me and it made for some damn fine...
NOTE: Review of all three books. Recently promoted and rather young, Hank Palace is the only detective still solving cases (officially and unofficially) since asteroid 2011GV1 was discovered to be on a collision course with Earth. These novels present an interesting depiction of the U.S.A before...
You know, I'm usually a little ambivalent every time I see the words 'a novel' on the cover of a book - it's one of those little things where I wonder if publishers and authors realise quite how pretentious it comes across. Dude, I know it's a novel, it has pages and a cover so I didn't think it was...
I can't really explain how much I loved this book, and the rest of the trilogy. Such an awesome plot, but I think the characters and their emotions are what really do it for me. And the writing is so incredibly satisfying... I loved it.My full review is here, on Hot Stuff for Cool People.
"I had to kill her.” “No one has to kill anyone.” “Well, soon...Soon, they will.” This is a book that will make you think, but not so hard that your head hurts. Cleverly plotted and meticulously written, I found myself oddly inspired and highly entertained. And I ate this story up, forgo...
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