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I would also like to congratulate the author on a superb cover (in my opinion). I'm actually an award-winning cover designer myself (though perhaps having two of my covers selected for the world's worst cover designer by the Daily Mail lends an untoward slant to my opinion). Still, in my opinion, it is a great cover.
My only complaint is that Mark Tullius's efforts at writing action scenes are not up to the literary standards established by the bulk of his novel. For example, a shotgun, even double-barrelled, would require a miracle to take down a helicopter in the way he described. Still, the author gets the job done in a fairly satisfying way in the end, so kudos for a thought-provoking and entertaining read, Mr. T.
I saw another reviewer complain about how this book included flashbacks and that the whole story was told out of order. This seems to be a common style of writing now, the big opening scene where you are not quite sure what is happening, but then have the story teased out in bits and pieces, past and present, here and now and then flashbacks. I believe the author handled this extremely capably. The main character's past was surely necessary to understanding how he got where he did. I loved it all beginning to end.
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