Wednesday, June 6, 2012

A Review: KILLER REELS by Rob Kitchin

After reading and very much enjoying Rob Kitchin's KILLER REELS, I put the below review on Amazon US & UK. I think it is important and the right thing to do to write and post a review, if I enjoyed something I have read. If I didn't dig it, I won't do a review, but that's just me.  Anyway, I really dug KILLER REELS and I'm glad I found out about it ( big-time thanks to Paul Brazill for turning me on to it). The description really sold me on it and I just had to give it a shot. Best of luck Rob!

"This was truly a good read with a very unique and engaging premise. There are 12 stories, but the author delivers each one so that they seamlessly connect to each other as you move forward. The HAVE TO KEEP READING factor is very high and I finished "Killer Reels" in under 3 hours. The writing is extremely good and the star of the show, lunatic crime boss, Jimmy Kiley (think Whitey Bulger meets Lenny Murphy meets Jigsaw) is evil, yet entertaining and is a bad guy for the ages. As I read it, I felt like I was watching 12 episodes of a well-produced cable crime series (which I think might be an option, if the author chose to pursue that angle.) Fast paced, well done violence, excellent characters and dialogue all combined to provide me with some well needed entertainment!"

1 comment:

  1. Great review.
    Good cover on the book too.