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Murder Park (English Edition) di [Rickards, John]
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Lunghezza: 228 pagine Word Wise: Abilitato Miglioramenti tipografici: Abilitato
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Sinossi

There's a kidnapped five-year-old somewhere in the toxic ruins of northern Manila, stolen from the US and hidden away in the 'Concrete Sea', a failed district long fenced away by the local military.

To 19-year-old Ghost, former gangland abductee turned killer, framed for murder, little Sam is her ticket home. To Cole, professional thief whose last job went spectacularly wrong and cost the life of the woman he loved, he's his path to redemption. To teenage Filipino gang member Eddie, grieving for his own little brother, he's a way of getting revenge.

But Sam's no ordinary kid, and they're not the only ones looking for him. He's the heir to a gangland empire like no other on Earth, hidden away by a member of an underground hacker group fearing for his life. The race to find him will run from the US East Coast to the typhoon-blasted sprawl of near-future Metro Manila and the street gang dueling ground they call 'Murder Park'.

And finding him is just the start.


PRAISE FOR JOHN RICKARDS:

"A huge talent" - Steve Mosby (Black Flowers, The 50/50 Killer)

"Breathlessly classy" - The Telegraph

"One of the most talented and original voices out there" - Jason Pinter (The Fury, The Darkness)

"Smart and original" - Allan Guthrie (Two-Way Split, Kiss Her Goodbye)

"Tight and brutal as a clenched fist" - Ray Banks (No More Heroes, Donkey Punch)

"Intense, intelligent, engaging" - Elizabeth A. White

"[Rickards] has a definite flair for noir" - Adventures Of A Bookonaut

"Tight and fast-paced" - The Fringe

"Viscerally realized but also broodingly symbolic" - Crimeculture

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
  • Dimensioni file: 4850 KB
  • Lunghezza stampa: 228
  • Utilizzo simultaneo di dispositivi: illimitato
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B009SEXFPG
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5.0 su 5 stelle slick urban thrills 14 febbraio 2014
Di tlhawkins - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This book wasn’t what I’d expected. It’s barely SF, except in the way it handles urban culture and city life, kinda like classic cyberpunk but without all the tech. If you’re looking for more obviously futuristic SF then I guess this might be something to keep in mind, but if you’re happy with it rough and urban there’s weird stuff and invention to spare, and I liked that. The story moves fast and early on before the main characters all meet up I was worried I was going to have a hard time following it, but I didn’t and they do all join up soon enough. The characters are good, even though I’d have liked to see more of Ghost’s history told clearly, and they all had a reason to do the things they had to do. The bad guy is almost cartoonish, but fun. The setting is great, with the concrete sea and its toxic dust and crazy soldiers like something from a post apocalyptic book and the street side of Manila really sharp, and the writing style I thought was impressive. (It says in the end piece that this would’ve been for a publisher if his last one had been able to give him another deal and it shows.) The only thing I maybe thought was that the army could’ve had a clear ending of their own to their part in the story, but I’m just splitting hairs really. I really enjoyed this.
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