Canni Kindle Edition
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- File size : 2288 KB
- Publication date : July 4, 2019
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 292 pages
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Publisher : Blood Bound Books; 1st edition (July 4, 2019)
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07QH3WVZV
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #140,632 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Read in a few sittings, this reviewer found Canni to be a real page-turner. Replete with a lot of action and suspense, it had my rapt attention throughout. The character development was so very well-done. Immersed in the colorful and descriptive words, you could almost feel as if the author was describing you or people you knew growing up.
The author has an uncanny knack for dropping cultural, pop or musical references at just the right time throughout. There are many Easter Eggs throughout. Written into the storyline casually, they are not (nor need to be) described in greater detail as to become burdensome. (Insert Dennis Miller, MNF reference here.) You either get them (good for you!), or miss them, but still get additional fleshing out of the story line, as intended.
With, perhaps, a nod to his prior career as a New York police officer, Mr. O’Connor relays details with great clarity and depth, not only making a good storyline better but easier to follow as well.
Just back from vacation having read books by Steve Berry and Clive Cussler, I think I will remember this book longer than the two I read form those authors. (Extra bonus: the bookcover’s matte black finish reminded me of Metallica’s Black Album. Something I wouldn’t have had downloading the Kindle book format.)
I can easily see this book being made into a movie. It actually made me feel as if I was reading a movie.
Good stuff, once again from Mr. O’Connor.