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The Lion, the Lamb, the Hunted by Andrew E. Kaufman
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Dec 27, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: ebooks, fiction, suspense-thriller-mystery
Read from December 19 to 26, 2011

Sometimes an author's first book is such perfection, you wonder if he/she is capable of creating another book that even comes close. Andrew Kaufman had no such problem with his second book. This novel of psychological suspense is a masterpiece.

This story reached into the depths of my emotions, squeezed, and didn't let go. The main character is slightly damaged, fallible and lovable, with an inner strength that keeps him moving forward despite the challenges he faces at each turn. The plot moves at a good pace, with a few unexpected twists. While the subject matter is relatively dark and there is a bit of violence, there is not a lot of gore or strong language to make you flinch. The gasping you'll do will come from the way Kaufman steps into your mind and takes control.

My only complaint is that it had to end.

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