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Sinema 2: Sympathy for the Devil

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Han Whitman's twisted journey continues in what will be an explosive finale. After the Northumberland massacre, Han Whitman has returned to his normal life. But the carnage in Haydon has changed him. He is a haunted man, jaded by those bloody events. That is, until he realises that his original experiment is incomplete. The experiment must continue, but along a different p ...more
Paperback, 242 pages
Published May 30th 2011 by Wild Wolf Publishing (first published May 10th 2011)
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Darren Sant
Jun 27, 2011 Darren Sant rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Yin & the Han.

Han Whitman returns! He shows a duality to his nature that is deliciously orchestrated by the author. There's a little something in here for everyone. I enjoyed spotting the film lines amongst the grisly deeds. There was even a red dwarf reference included if I’m not mistaken. There is no doubt that the author manages to create a fast paced story, with several plot strands leading into one another. He also manages to do it with humour and heart. This is not just another sou
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Victoria Watson
In ‘Sinema: The Northumberland Massacre’, Han Whitman went on a rampage around a village called Haydon. Not content with slaughtering 395 innocents, Han is back to carry out “Stage 2″ of his twisted plan. However, someone’s on his tail and there’s more than one person with an interest in his whereabouts. Han’s conscience also seems less than willing to accept his transgressions, he’s haunted by a voice he doesn’t recognise.

“Phase 2″ sees movie-addict Whitman turn vigilante, turning on the foules
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Vickie
Apr 22, 2014 Vickie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
And so the experiment continues...can Han be the single most prolific killer in history?
Our wacky film buff turned serial killer, Hannibal Whitman returns in Sinema 2 after slaughtering close to 400 people in Hendon. But it seems, Han's conscience is getting the better of him and he finds himself struggling with nightmares and flashbacks. After some thought, Han realises that the only way to restore harmony to his life would be to balance the death of innocent lives lost in Hendon, with taking a
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Kim (Wistfulskimmies Book Reviews)
This is the second story featuring Han Whitman. This is the sequel to Sinema - The Northumberland Massacre. it is necessary to read the first as this one carries on about a year after the first finished. This time around Han is attempting retribution for the events of Haydon by turning vigilante and murdering bad guys. With sole survivor of Haydon, Carol, and Detective Wright's son Will after him plus a budding relationship and a mysterious helper, can he achieve Phase 2 of the experiment succes ...more
Mark Heath
May 11, 2015 Mark Heath rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: thriller
What a series. The first book takes you on a macabre journey as the main character sets out to butcher a village. Book 2 follows on as he embarks on a brutal plan to rid society of SCUM. Book 3 take that further as he joins a society to do the same thing but almost legally, until the bottom falls out of the plan. Great books which should be read back to back, and they would make a fantastic TV series or film. A MUST READ. 20/10
Amy Shannon
Jan 22, 2015 Amy Shannon rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Magnificently horrifying

I read the first one and I love this even more. I was dedicated to every single word of this terrifying yet wonderfully gory story. I will definitely be reading book 3. Glenn drew me into this genre and I love it and his work. Highly recommended.
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