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Lethal Experiment: A Donovan Creed Novel Paperback – December 11, 2009
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Pick up one of his books. You won't be disappointed.
One of the things I enjoyed about how Locke put the book together is that there is a lot going on. Locke has Donovan multi-tasking and working on multiple projects at once. The characters in Lethal People are all interesting and somewhat unique - a megalomaniac, quadriplegic midget with a god complex, a mob boss, an angry ex-wife, a best friend with severe facial deformity, and a super-hot assassin are just a few of the characters making this book fascinating.
With Lethal Experiment, Creed is pursuing the next of Victor's projects and taking care of business for Darwin and Homeland Security. Unfortunately for him, he develops a health condition that affects him intermittently and puts his life at risk. With a couple of surprises and a big twist at the end, this book will keep you entertained through and through.
If you are looking for a fantastical escape from your daily grind, you will probably be engrossed. Lethal People is a break from reality, and a fun one at that. I highly recommend this book.
What I really enjoyed about this book though was the way it explained really neat tactics in which the characters used for certain jobs and missions. And I especially liked the characters personalities and humor. It was a good book and I will continue to pick up John Lockes works, but it was a little depressing at the same time.
I guess if you want a true story from a professional hit mans point of view, this is the book that you would love to read.
Lethal Experiment (a Donovan Creed Novel)
Locke is a great writer. He constantly keeps you enthralled with the characters, the action and the story line. His books aren't for the 'faint of heart', but they are definitely enjoyable. Unlike most books, you have an easy time keeping-up with his characters, i.e. you don't have to keep endless notes on 'whose-who'. There's a reason he's had the success that he's had - this book is yet another example.