Book Review: All Sins Fulfilled

 


A DEVILISHLY DARK THRILLER THAT EXPLORES HOW FAR A MAN WILL GO TO SURVIVE WHEN MONEY ISN'T ALWAYS ENOUGH TO GET EVERYTHING HE DESIRES.

Any wish fulfilled for the right price. That's the promise the organization behind The Desire Card gives to its elite clients. But sometimes the price is more menacing than anyone ever imagined.

Harrison Stockton has lived an adult life of privilege and excess. A high-powered job on Wall Street fuels his fondness for alcohol and pills at the expense of a family he has no time for. Quite suddenly, all of his luxuries come to a crashing halt when he loses his job and-at the same time-discovers he has just months left to live.

Desperate, and with seemingly nowhere else left to turn, Harrison activates his Desire Card. What follows is a gritty and gripping quest that takes him from New York City to the slums of Mumbai, where he's forced to take chances and make decisions he hoped to never face. And when his moral descent threatens his wife and children, Harrison must decide whether to save himself at any cost...or do what's right and break his bargain with The Desire Card.

A taut and fast-paced thriller, All Sins Fulfilled follows those indebted to this sinister organization-where the ultimate price is the cost of one's soul.


My Review

I have read several books by Mr. Goldberg but this is the first from this series. A fellow reader friend is raving about this series, so I had to check out these books. Actually, I am a third of the way through book one but jumped to book three and ended up reading it first. Now that I have finished this book, i plan to go back and finish book one and the other books in this series. I could see these books being turned into television series.

Ok, so let's admit that Harrison is not the most likable guy. For the most part I really did not feel bad for his situation but than he did some things that gave him a redeemable quality. So, then I did find myself kind of rooting for Harrison. Besides the elite Society behind the desire card do need to be stopped...or do they. The names of the members of the Society were great. I recognized every name.

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