4 Stars! #TheKillingKind @chrisfholm @mulhollandbooks
Wow, a killer who kills killers who are being paid to kill bad people. This one had me intrigued from the blurb and interested from chapter one. There is a lot of gory violence in this one, so if that bothers you, you may want to rethink buying this book. But if not, then you will be caught up in the suspense like I was. I mean people are being killed left and right. This English dude doesn't care who he kills. And this Corporation that these two killers work for? Something seriously wrong is going on there. I don't know if there's a rebel involved inside there or what, but to pit two members against each other, one unknowingly. That's just wrong.
This book definitely kept my attention and was definitely a page turner for me. Before I knew, I was done with this one. The ending was like SOOOOO good. That poor house though. I really did like Michael though. Even though he was a hit man, he did have a conscience. I mean he was all worried about the hit on the 16 year old boy until he met him. I don't doubt his decision on that one at all. He made the right one. I definitely recommend this book!
Thanks Mulholland Books and Net Galley for providing me with this free e-galley in exchange for an honest review.