Adam Hamdy’s Red Wolves is Relentless, Intelligent, Disturbing, Stunning,Timely,Tense And Terrifying

We believe in making you read and finding you the best to read. Adam Hamdy is our best Prickly Juice Award author this year with Red Wolves as our best novel to read. The best part of this book is its part of a collection that you can follow up to read, making Adam really our favorite for having the ability to intrigue us more in the post pandemic with such a work! We love you.Here is a quick review:In this book, Hamdy excels at scrotal compression and we learn that he is a complex thinker.The hero, Scott Pearce, does not appear until page 15 at which time we discover him, perched on a hard office chair, his home for the past eight days. Pearce soon leads us into the uncomfortable life of an investigator tracking smugglers. While he can attack his opposition with gun and knife and show no sign of compassion, he diverts from his planning when women are in trouble  or a female colleague is in distress and shows numerous instances of care for his injured team member Leila.Red Wolves tells a story fraught with complications. It is unusual to find a character that is not conflicted but that does not matter. What is important is the story, which must be measured, given that there are so many characters who add their excessive avoirdupois to the tale. Each character offers something to the story, and while the contributions of some might easily have fitted into the action and dialogue of others, thus reducing the population of participants, Hamdy seems happy with the current groups. After all, the author has no time to spend on developing characters. Readers will have no trouble sorting them out and, readers who cannot work out who belongs to which criminal gang, who is a Red Wolf and who is an unassociated scumbag, is not the sort of intelligent reader to attract to this writer’s oeuvre. It appeared that there might be some depth to Pearce, something memorable – but his thoughts turn to justifying murder and I lost interest.Stylistically, the book displays a tight control over adverb usage. Hamdy has experience and this shows in the level of his writing. He shows in several places that he is concerned with more than simply churning out a story. He gives the reader something to think about. For example, Pearce considers the daftar agen sbobet terpercaya amount of freight that passes through the massive seaport of Seattle with not the slightest hitch in the computer software. “People were the problem,” Pearce decides – but is more interested in continuing the tale as it involved a gang of killers.This is a tale that promises action on an international scale. This it provides at the penalty of implausibility. The story often takes the easy path. If the science is inadequate, invent a solution; if a disease is needed to wipe out a population, create one; if a reason is needed for widespread murder and mayhem, don’t look for one in this book. The protagonists are too busy being busy – that no one takes the time to ask why.An interesting book that critics will argue over on many cold, wintry nights.

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