No Heroes: Kill & Be Killed

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iUniverse, Dec 14, 2017 - Fiction - 332 pages
Michaels life is one of little importance, which is a far cry from his dreams of being a hero throughout childhood. Several traumas in his life lead Michael down a path of vengeance in his fathers name. Guided by the desire to leave a legacy and create change, Michael battles disease and internal demons to catch his fathers killer and those that prey on society. As he delves deeper into a world of violence, Michael must balance his personal life, newfound identity, and the darkness that inevitably creeps into his life as he struggles to complete his mission.
 

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This book should be a movie or a graphic novel. It's an origin story of sorts so it takes 12 or so chapters to get into the action but you have to develop characters somehow. I see some people online calling this an action thriller but really i feel like it's a relationship driven book..........parents, girlfriends, enemies it's all there. I loved how he started his mission that drives the second half of the story. He searches long and hard to figure out how he can make a difference then fate steps in and shows him the path. I want to marry Daisy! hahaha. Great read.  

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Such a good book! Had me on the edge of my seat. This should definitely be a movie and Michael should be played by Will Poulter.

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About the author (2017)

Jamie Hall is an author, blogger, and has written for numerous publications. His style is that of sarcastic humour woven into stories of internal struggle. Jamies interest in writing started with an article about 9/11, and he has been putting pen to page ever since.

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