Paul Recalde Recalde itibaren Texas
I didn't really know if Lehane could top 'A Drink Before the War' but, oh man, did he ever! Arguably Lehane's magnum opus in the Kenzie/Gennaro series, this novel has enough twists and turns to make a coiled python green with envy. In one word, this novel is terrifying. If I had a quarter for every time I felt my fingers quake in fear or saw goosebumps ripple across my arm while I was reading this book, I'd have a lot of quarters. The examination into the nature of human depravity that Lehane embarked upon in his first Kenzie/Gennaro novel is continued in full-force, and boy is it depraved! Lehane thrusts his protagonists Patrick Kenzie and Angela Gennaro into their most gruesome, horrifying case yet: what starts as a simple stalker situation quickly escalates into a macabre bloodbath of nightmarish proportions that tests our heroes both physically and mentally. The story is dark, exhausting, and incredibly graphic; certainly not for the faint of heart. It will keep the reader glued to the edge of their seat, turning those pages with a fervored frenzy, stopping to catch their breath at the end of each chapter. Just make sure you leave the light on.