Tuesday, August 2, 2016
A Time to Die
If the assassin known only as Victor once had a moral compass, it is long since buried, along with his many victims. Yet some men are so evil even Victor accepts they must die for reasons other than just money.
One such is Milan Rados, a former commander in the Serbian army who has escaped trial at The Hague to become a formidable criminal power. Tracking down and killing this brutal man will win Victor a reprieve for his own recent crimes on British soil.
But Victor isn't the only one who wants Rados dead. Ana, whose family was butchered on the tyrant's orders, will do anything to see Rados' blood spilled on the snow of Eastern Europe. Now Victor has an unlikely ally - but an army stands between them and justice.
This is the second book I have read in this series. Just like the first one I instantly gobbled this one up. It is like crack. I can't get enough of Victor. He has this unapologetic aura about him with a touch of egomaniac. Yet, he can have a big attitude all he wants when he is the best. There is a trail of bodies (if you can find the bodies) to prove it.
Although, Victor is not the only best thing about this book or series. It is the storylines as well. Everything from the other characters, to the worldwide locations, the beginning, middle and end. A Time to Die is like experiencing an awesome movie. You better hurry and purchase your ticket as you won't want to miss this ride.