It was about as distinctive as the most distinctive thing you could ever think of.

This is an actual sentence you’ll find in this book. 

That’s it. That’s the review.


Lee Child, Putnam (1997)

Chris Patrick Carolan is an author, editor, and hovercraft enthusiast, originally from Glasgow but now based in Calgary, Alberta. He writes science fiction, fantasy (urban and epic), and steampunk, though he has also been known to turn to crime to make ends meet. Crime fiction, that is. His first novel, THE NIGHTSHADE CABAL, was published by Parliament House Press in 2020, and has been selected as a finalist for the Crime Writers of Canada Awards of Excellence ‘Best Crime First Novel’ award. He can be found on Twitter as @cpcwrites but – consider this fair warning – it’s mostly wisecracks about McNuggets and Simpsons memes.

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One thought on “REVIEW: KILLING FLOOR, by Lee Child

  1. Hahahaha. I’ve read lots of book reviews, and I trawl on WordPress for book blogs, and I’ve never had a review on WordPress move me this way before. Thanks for this!

    p.s. that sentence is as atrocious as something atrocious would be.

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