"Support first-time novelists: School of the Assassins by W.K. Blais." (Brad Meltzer, best-selling thriller author)
Winner, Best Mystery/Thriller eBook, 2014 Independent Publisher Book Awards, Bronze Medalist.
Honorable mention, Readers' Favorite 2014 International Book Awards, thriller category.
Praise for School of the Assassins:
"This is a riveting story from start to finish, filled with pathos, courage, evil, and a very satisfying triumph." (Judge, Writer's Digest Ebook Awards)
"...[A] page turning and exhilarating thriller. It was captivating from the prologue to the last page and once I started I couldn't put it down." (Reviewer, Readers' Favorite)
©2013 Wendy K. Blais (P)2015 Wendy K. Blais
I enjoyed the book more than I thought I would. I got caught up in the characters and it was tough realizing the way veterans come back from war and how they and their families are affected. Some adjust to the changes well and some don't.
Not having wasted a credit on this.
Anybody that could maybe even pretend to fake a South African accent. Joshua Jordan's attempt was incredibly pathetic and just made him sound as if he was speaking with a potato in his mouth.
A couple of times it seemed it could go somewhere, but false hope, then it developed into a most improbable plot.
I can't imagine how other listeners could have given this book more than one star.
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