by Adam Langer

Reviewer Rating:


This is a fast read and a well-written novel with a twisty plot. Two authors who are caught in the depressing world of financial recession and modern book publishing become aligned with dark forces in an attempt to get out of debt and provide for their families. Langer does a good job of presenting the world of moral relativism these characters inhabit, in which they justify almost any action as permissible as long as these actions provide a benefit to them or their families. This strategy doesn't work out well for the first author, and the second seems determined to repeat his friend's mistakes. The ending feels a bit tacked on, but otherwise a compelling read.

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I thoroughly enjoyed this one for its suspense combined with literary-ness and the feeling that you never knew what was going to happen next.

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