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Genre: General Fiction (Adult)
Release date: 08 03 2017
Price*:£ 0.99(GBP)/ $ 1.28(USD)
Pages: ~ 48
My rating: 8/10
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Summed up in few words: why it all started, short story.
The description of the book: Witnesses the dawn of a new hero. Attorney Henry Haas thought he had nothing left to lose. Wealthy from blood money, he works for the most ruthless crime boss in Redborogh, Oregon. But when innocent blood spills, Henry isn’t the only one wanting revenge. Grim Inception is a short story prequel to Grim Ambition. Be here for the beginning of Grim’s dark justice.
How this book made me feel: The description of this short story is quite self explanatory. It tells a story of a lawyer Henry, who works for Russian mafia’s head, Vance. During one of the meetings with another mafia family, Henry’s friend Julie, gets killed. He supposed to take care and protect Julie, but he failed, and he wants revenge on the people who have done it.
This short story introduces some of the characters, who will be in the next part of the book. They all are cruel and vicious. It does explain why the story of Grim began, but doesn’t explain the story of the Grim itself. I would’ve liked to know the story of the Grim, how he was born, how he became Grim, as a prequel. And yes, the story told could’ve been as the follow up. But I think author left the juicy bits of the Grim for later…
About the Author: Born and raised in the Midwest, Jennifer never thought that she could actually write a book. Granted, her parents always urged her to write, considering she always had her nose stuck in a book starting at the age of two, and would never be seen without one to three books on her at any given time. She got her love of the written word from her father, and her tenacity from her mother, and eventually, she tried her hand at a full length novel. She is currently writing the third book of the trilogy. See the trilogy’s site, including character art and bios, at agrimtrilogy.com
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