Required Reading

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Saturday, October 14, 2017

Every Dead Thing by John Connolly

Charlie Parker, Angel and Louis are good guys who are "bad".    Charlie has suffered horrifically by the death of his wife and child.  He sets up to both prove his innocence and to find the serial killer who destroyed his life.

The story ends up in New Orleans and Connolly’s picturesque descriptions actually made me sweat in sympathy.   Connolly does not hesitate to kill off characters so be careful who you identify with as they may disappear.

Connolly spends some time pontificating on evil and it’s renditions.  His character doesn’t seem to have a very high opinion of mankind in general.  There are some very intense scenes and some really difficult things to read.

I repeat, there are some pretty graphic references in the book so if you are faint of heart, you may want to skip it. 

It was still a good read.

Web: http://www.johnconnollybooks.com/


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