THE GOOD KILL – A Review by Meg Orton

Originally posted on For the Love of Meg:
BOOK REVIEW: Title: The Good Kill Author: Kurt Brindley Date published: 2019 Published/printed by: Prosoche Star rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ {I was graciously sent this novel by the author himself in exchange for an honest review} What is a ‘good kill’? What is so poignant to this story is…

For the Love of Meg

BOOK REVIEW:

Title: The Good Kill

Author: Kurt Brindley

Date published: 2019

Published/printed by: Prosoche

Star rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

{I was graciously sent this novel by the author himself in exchange for an honest review}

What is a ‘good kill’? What is so poignant to this story is making sure that you DO NOT (I repeat: DO NOT) make a clear distinction between wrong and right. Ever since I can remember I have always believed in the shades of grey that exist within, as well as outside the realm of good and evil, and in order to understand our hero, or ‘anti-hero’ we must accept that these particular characters exist. In Kurt Brindley’s novel our protagonist and our ‘anti-hero’ is Killian Lebon, a former Navy Seal whose experiences in Iraq have left him both severally injured physically and psychologically traumatized. Medically retired from the Navy Killian must now attempt to exist…

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Author: Kurt Brindley

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