Yeah, I know the title is 'Crazy Dangerous' but I didn't really think it would live up to it's name within the first four pages.
But it does.
The reading gets easier, the characters start to form full faces, who they are and what they're doing there start to fall into place...and as soon as they do, you're thrown into an insane asylum, a murder mystery and all kinds of other craziness involving beat downs, drag outs and still the crazy girl rhyming and chiming in when you least expect it.
I don't know, I have to say, this is one of the wildest rides I've ever turned pages on. I hated it, I loved it, I hated it and I loved it all over again.
The really good thing about his book is that just when you think you know it all, that you got it down, then the storyline smacks you right in the face with something so unheard of, and something you would never think of as a twist in the story, that you can't help but stay glued to the pages.
I struggled with each and every page of this book with that "love-hate" relationship with the characters and the story; if you like suspense/thrillers with a little bit of mystery and crazy, dangerous people running around your story --all read in the context of important Biblical inferences thrown out there, you will adore this book.
And I do.
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