- File Size: 1231 KB
- Print Length: 275 pages
- Publisher: VB Publishing; 1 edition (September 18, 2013)
- Publication Date: September 18, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FAQP7OS
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #179,680 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Dr. Vigilante Kindle Edition
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Initially I expected to have a negative opinion of Sharon – thought she would be one of those dangerously naive “do-gooders” who refuses to acknowledge that there is evil. However, although she had a strong sense of right and wrong, she could understand why Robert did the things he did.
The ending of the book was a major let down for me until I found out that this book is the first of a three-book series. I would recommend Dr. Vigilanti and liked it enough to purchase the other two books in the series.
The plot, however, was extremely jumpy. After every few chapters it seemed like we were jumping weeks or months into the future, which is ok on occasion, but I think it was overdone in thia story. The dialogue between Robert & Sharon came off as clunky and superficial at times, like the author was trying to show the conflict of their ideals, but in a very canned way. Frankly, I also had a really hard time liking Robert, even though he was so convinced he was in the right, I just couldn't be convinced that he was right. (Spoilers ahead)
And despite the fact that he claimed Sharon had changed his views, there was nothing in his behavior that suggested that. He still basically just did what he wanted in the end. They also had the same philosophical conversation multiple times, where it felt like the dialogue from earlier was just being repeated.
The Neo-Nazi plotline could have been much better developed as well, it had such great potential, but it wasn't delved into quite as much as I would've liked. The bad guys were also quite one dimensional and I had a hard time imagining that them switching so rapidly between sniveling about their families to kicking Robert's ass, which they did on multiple occasions.
Basically to sum it up: I wanted less philosophical back and forth and more butt-kicking.
This was page-turner from the beginning, and I finished it in one day. We see the tortured man who has all the skills, to both save lives and kill, as he struggles to help the victims and destroy the evil. There is little plot, as he merely goes after those men who abuse their wives and children. But halfway into the book neo-Nazis become the central target for his fight and causes him the most grief. They discover his social worker girlfriend and target her to get to him. This is not a story based on plot, but characters, and lots of action. Highly recommended for the action lover.