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Debbie Bruns Gallant
20-09-2016, 02:11 AM
It was recommended to me to read all of the Adrian Hell books by James P Summer. WOW! I am now starting book number 5 and have not wanted to stop for a breather. Unfortunately, there are only 6 books so it'll come to an end way too soon. If you have not indulged, please do so. You will not be disappointed.

Gismo
20-09-2016, 02:50 AM
Another author to add to the must read list :reading:

Style
20-09-2016, 01:13 PM
It was recommended to me to read all of the Adrian Hell books by James P Summer. WOW! I am now starting book number 5 and have not wanted to stop for a breather. Unfortunately, there are only 6 books so it'll come to an end way too soon. If you have not indulged, please do so. You will not be disappointed.

What is the premise? Any kick-assness?

momckee
21-09-2016, 01:19 AM
Have made a note of it.

Deanie
21-09-2016, 09:32 PM
What is the premise? Any kick-assness?

I checked and the protagonist is an assassin, Style. He says he only kills bad people; those who deserve it.

Hell is his last name. Really? Perhaps he just uses Adrian Hell as an alias, but still...I don't quite get authors who use 'cutesy' (or whatever would be the correct adjective here) names for their characters. Although Hell certainly wrecks hell on his victims....Just a pet peeve of mine, but it wont keep me from reading the first book in the series. If I can ever get around to it. So many books, so not enough time......
And there was the author who named her protagonist Sunday Day. Another - Really?

Debbie Bruns Gallant
21-09-2016, 11:31 PM
I checked and the protagonist is an assassin, Style. He says he only kills bad people; those who deserve it.

Hell is his last name. Really? Perhaps he just uses Adrian Hell as an alias, but still...I don't quite get authors who use 'cutesy' (or whatever would be the correct adjective here) names for their characters. Although Hell certainly wrecks hell on his victims....Just a pet peeve of mine, but it wont keep me from reading the first book in the series. If I can ever get around to it. So many books, so not enough time......
And there was the author who named her protagonist Sunday Day. Another - Really?

Obviously Hell is not his real last name. It is explained at one point in the series. If you like a bad-ass assassin hero then this is a must read series.

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What is the premise? Any kick-assness?

Style
22-09-2016, 12:57 PM
Debbie- Are you the author or in some way related? :confused: