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Reviewed in the United States on August 27, 2017
The best part of the book is about Felix. At first, Felix comes off as a mysterious character. Little by little, Felix unravels and you get to know more about his tragic past. The pieces come together and it begins to make sense, everything is put into context. I didn't care about the Jack Crow part, he was just a very arrogant jerk. I think the story should have just focused on Felix. Most of the book felt like a chore to read. Steakley should have given Jack Crow his own book. He probably had an impulse to write about Jack Crow and couldn't resist. Armor is a very slow burn as a book. I also think it was 100 pages too long. The Jack Crow part felt like Steakley went off on a huge tangent.
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