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THREE DAYS to DIE: Aaron Quinn thriller series, No. 1 by [Avery, John]
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"John Avery opens Three Days to Die with a bang and then sprints toward the finish line ... taking thriller lovers of any age on a heart-pounding, pulse-tingling ride, and he does it with style. Five Stars!" - Jill Allen, Foreword Review

"I truly got lost between the pages of this wonderfully told story - though I did cringe and even cry sometimes and wanted to hit someone at other times, which is totally against my nature. It just goes to show how totally absorbed I was in the world John Avery created in Three Days to Die." - N. Budden - Amazon Top Reviewer

"I loved this book! I found myself wanting to read about each character more and more-I couldn't put it down. I hope there is a sequel!" "I enjoyed Three Days to Die. It was a fast paced story that left no room for dull moments. I highly recommend this book to readers who enjoy thrillers and suspense!"

"I found myself a bit weepy, biting my nails, and then going YES at the end."

"An enjoyable read which had several lines that made me laugh out loud!"

"This is a bad guy that isn't a demon, vampire, or some other obvious monster of the night. This is a real flesh and blood person that has his fingers dipped into some seriously bad things, which only leads you deeper into this book and makes it even more realistic!"

"If you like thrillers and suspense, then grab this book for sure!"

From the Author

THREE DAYS to DIE is not your typical suspense thriller, and Aaron Quinn is not your typical thriller hero.
Take a look at the free preview or download a copy of THREE DAYS to DIE, and see for yourself.
And don't forget to check out the exciting sequel, BLACK COBRA!

-- john

Product Details

  • File Size: 2184 KB
  • Print Length: 225 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Apticon Books; 4th edition (June 2, 2011)
  • Publication Date: June 2, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0052QA4I0
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #520,120 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I wouldn't particularly choose to read a novel where the central character is a thirteen year old boy but I am so pleased that I read Three Days to Die. The main character Aaron and his friend, although they are young, come across as real characters - not stereotypical teenagers. They have problems, hopes and fears in their everyday world that compare to any adult.

I flew through this book at quite a lick and that's always a good sign for me, I just kept reading far into the night because the adventure never stops. I particularly liked the part where the boys were locked up in the factory - very descriptive writing. John Avery seems to be able to get under his characters' skins and he hits the emotional button time and time again. The book focuses on themes of loneliness, loss and abandonment at a variety of levels in all of the characters in the book.

So if you enjoy a fast paced thriller with an emotional heart, Three Days to Die is the one for you.
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John Avery took me into a world I didn't expect. I couldn't imagine living through, much less having to endure, many of the circumstances the characters in this book faced. Even the title of the book is perfect because, essentially, every character mentioned had the possibility of dying in three days, depending upon how the events would unfold, of course.

Three Days to Die, at the heart, shows just how people may react under desperate sets of circumstances. It shows how the "decent" people of society can fall from grace, whether from an action they've committed or because of uncontrollable circumstances - which causes the tide to turn against them. It points out how a child with a home can be falling through the cracks of society because of dysfunctional families which they don't want to return home to. However, Three Days to Die also reveals how courageous the human soul can be when confronted head on between right and wrong - between life and death.

I truly got lost between the pages of this wonderfully told story - though I did cringe and even cry sometimes and wanted to hit someone at other times, which is totally against my nature. It just goes to show how totally absorbed I was in the world John Avery created in Three Days to Die.
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I read this book in a day, which isn't surprising because it's an easy read and I skipped portions of the book, such as a dream sequence. (??) Other reviews here give a more in depth review of the plot of the book, so I won't reiterate, but I will say that had it not been for the references to prostitution and some violence, I would have thought this book was written for young adolescents.

This is certainly, in my opinion, NOT a "thriller" for adults.
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The story was suspenseful enough, the characters okay but.....I don't like that two eighth grade young boys are partly responsible and totally responsible for a number of deaths and the adult male they befriend and they themselves clean up and cover up their roles, ignoring the police and the rule of law. They laugh as they ride out in the sunset. The dead guys are bad guys to be sure, but 8th grade killers having a good laugh after the murders?...come on. NOT recommended for children and young adults.
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Once again I am surprised at the high ratings that readers have given this novel. As it was advertised as a thriller and seeing the number of 5 star ratings, I was looking forward to an exciting read. Frankly I had to skim through parts of this book as the writing was so immature. The only reason I gave it 2 stars was because I considered some young adults might enjoy it as a good read.
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The book started out with a plethora of metaphors - mostly poorly constructed - as if the author was forcing their use. Then, they disappeared. Once I start a book I finish it, even if I don't like it. This one I quit reading about 1/2 way through because I just couldn't justify wasting my time.
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Too weird. The plot and dialogue grow ever stranger and more improbable. Apart from the bad language, violence and references to prostitutes (?) this seemed very juvenile.
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I really enjoyed this book, so much so that I finished it in one day. I liked the characters, especially Aaron and his friend Willy. They were written as being young (13 years old) which is why, to me, the situations that they were involved in were easier to believe than if they were in their later teens. They were naive and in both instances were open to any type of situation that arose. They both wanted to be accepted for who they were (more so Aaron than Willy). I found both Aaron's mom and Michael to be a little dense. At least Ashley, Aaron's mom, (eventually) did the right thing. Michael, on the other hand, almost seemed like a teenager with all of his "toys". He knew Aaron was in trouble, but really did not give a second thought to calling the police. Then at the end his "infatuation" with Ashley seemed a little childish. The villains were truly evil, especially Johnny Souther. The other two, Needles and Beeks, although slightly unbelievable, were less evil and treated Aaron with more kindness. That being said, I am glad that they all got their just rewards!

The writing was very good. The descriptions were spot on and I was able to envision the characters and locations very easily. I only found one or two spelling errors, which is good for a seasoned writer such as James Patterson, but excellent for a novice. Kudos to the editor for the great job.

The plot was very good, full of action although sometimes it seemed a reach to be believable. Never the less, I enjoyed the story and would wholeheartedly recommend it. Although this is a "series" book, it is a stand alone. Everything is wrapped up nicely at the end. I look forward to reading the next book by this author.
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