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|Book 1 of 5 in Gideon series|
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- Publisher : Dutton (April 10, 2007)
- File size : 1353 KB
- Publication date : April 10, 2007
- Print length : 330 pages
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- Language: : English
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- ASIN : B000Q67JFM
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- Best Sellers Rank: #226,186 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Eric Jerome Dickey has penned a book of murder and mayhem that is surprisingly empathetic to the killer Gideon. As Gideon's early life is revealed, it becomes easy to see how he became a cold blooded killer. I never thought I would ever understand the twisted mind of a killer, but Dickey has accomplished that huge task. I even found myself urging Gideon to be careful. There are also plenty of steamy love scenes as Gideon winds his way through London and Amsterdam. The book ends on a note that has you begging for more. Fortunately, the sequel will be out later this year. This is a real pager turner. Once you pick it up, you can't put it down.
Reviewed by Alice Holman
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This book had something for everybody and with the majority of the story being based in Europe there was always an exotic backdrop to the story. I was very impressed and I'm looking forward to the 3rd book in the series because the first 2 were page turners!!
I did not give the book 5 stars for 2 reasons:
1) I was somewhat disappointed when SWS ended and it was "to be continued". If I wasn't able to immediately able to download the next book and read from there I would have felt like I was really left hanging.
2) The second book (Waking With Enemies) was excellent as well (except for the excessive sex-filled chapters), but these two books would have made a great 600-page single book as opposed to 2 very good books with a "to be continued" book followed by a book that has to recap much of what was learned from the first book. If they were two separate stories, then its always fun to follow a good character. Considering it was one story, it could have been sewn up in one book.
Anyway - great job EJD - very impressive. Gideon is the man!!
The manner in which EJD presents the story line left me wanting more, even tempting me to peek on the next page to see what would happen next. The usage of short statements and discriptive narration provides a visual picture into every aspect of the story. As a native Londoner I could see all the areas EJD so artfully described. Totally different from the norm of his writings...so make no comparisons...If you are looking for love, "normal" relationships, happy endings, this is not the forum. It is a must read web of twists and turns that leaves you breathless no matter what is unfolding between the characters. I must say this was one of the best non-fiction books I have read in quite some time.