Murder Your Employer: The McMasters Guide to Homicide: THE NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
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However, I do feel that the pace does slow down considerably in parts owing to excessive detail (mostly in the first half of the novel) which also renders the narrative a tad too lengthy. Unfortunately for me this time Simon Vance was so monotone and long drawn that I couldn’t keep track of who was speaking when. Who hasn't wondered for a split second what the world would be like the object of your affliction ceased to exist? Going Zero is a captivating thriller that examines the consequences of widespread surveillance and the loss of privacy in the digital era. The Mcmasters Academy does not endorse any murder, only the deletion of people that deserves it and whose demise benefits others without making no innocent suffer.
Wonderful world building with a colourful and imaginative plot, I found the story creative, unique and absorbing. A delightful mix of witty wordplay, breathtaking twists and genuine intrigue, Murder Your Employer will gain you admission into a wholly original world, cocooned within the most entertaining book about well-intentioned would-be murderers you ll ever read.Without giving away anything, Murder Your Employer switches between the first-person journal account of the main character, Cliff Iverson, to a narrative account of other characters’ experiences and missions that you end up getting attached to. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH).
I normally have an audio book playing, this was really good, the narration was easy on the ear and the story was entertaining. His first novel, Where the Truth Lies , was nominated for a Nero Wolfe award for Best American Mystery Novel, was a Booklist Top Ten Debut Novel, and became a motion picture starring Colin Firth and Kevin Bacon. Read more about the condition New: A new, unread, unused book in perfect condition with no missing or damaged pages. In fact, the school’s location is so secret, students arrive blindfolded after being taken on quite a circuitous journey. It's also a story I didn't want to end, so apparently I'm a touch on the fickle-side about this listen.The author also tried to imply a little bit of a romance, or at least an interest, between Gemma and Cliff. This is specialty school and world unknown to us mundanes (you have to know someone who knows someone to get in), and it’s also kind of an homage to the highly detailed nature of an attempted crime in a Sherlock Holmes or Agatha Christie murder scenario.
Welcome to The McMasters Conservatory for the Applied Arts - a luxurious, clandestine college dedicated to the fine art of murder where earnest students study how best to delete their most deserving victim. There was also plenty of Schadenfreude to go around while never losing sight of what really matters in life (I never agreed with the notion that once you become a killer you're not better than any other murderer - there IS nuance and some just deserve getting killed but would never have to face any justice). With a final thesis before him, Cliff will have to develop the perfect plan to kill someone and ensure that he is not caught. Where the book REALLY shines is the third act: we get to see the murderers-in-training take their new skills into the real world, and see how they fare.I paired my reading with the superb audio narration by Neil Patrick Harris and Simon Vance which made for an entertaining and immersive experience. A delightful mix of witty wordplay, breathtaking twists and genuine intrigue, Murder Your Employer will gain you admission into a wholly original world, cocooned within the most entertaining book about well-intentioned would-be murderers you'll ever read.
He's the one we started following at the beginning of the book, and his story felt less pulled-from-modern headlines.
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