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Severed I read this when I was a young teenager and I still remember most of it It really depends what you re into, the imagery is quite horrific and the plot is quite disturbing but then you have to admire the author s imagination as it keeps you asking What The F is happening here It was recommended to me and so I read it and couldn t put it down Simon has a style of writing which suits his genre I went on to read several other similar books that same year but this one remains embedded in my I read this when I was a young teenager and I still remember most of it It really depends what you re into, the imagery is quite horrific and the plot is quite disturbing but then you have to admire the author s imagination as it keeps you asking What The F is happening here It was recommended to me and so I read it and couldn t put it down Simon has a style of writing which suits his genre I went on to read several other similar books that same year but this one remains embedded in my memory as a unique read At the start of this book, Tyler, the central character, wakes up in a house he doesn t recognise He s clearly been drugged, and when he rolls over to get his bearings, he finds the badly mutilated remains of his girlfriend next to him.Soon after, he gets a phone call that tells him that if he doesn t do certain things, the police will be called and evidence will be presented to them that suggests that he was involved in the mutilation He follows the instructions, but because he clearly can t At the start of this book, Tyler, the central character, wakes up in a house he doesn t recognise He s clearly been drugged, and when he rolls over to get his bearings, he finds the badly mutilated remains of his girlfriend next to him.Soon after, he gets a phone call that tells him that if he doesn t do certain things, the police will be called and evidence will be presented to them that suggests that he was involved in the mutilation He follows the instructions, but because he clearly can t trust who put him in this position, he goes after those who he believes were really involved in the death for the remainder of the book You might think that all this might sound rather enjoyable, if a little disgusting and the way I ve described it, it might sound a bit like a boys own adventure for adults Trust me when I say that it s too predictable to be enjoyable.After I d read Chapter 1, I guessed pretty what was going to happen This pre cognition I had wasn t helped by the fact that Kernick seems to have borrowed plot themes from his own books to help bloster his own story Almost as soon as I read certain things, I just knew how they might be related to what he wrote in Relentless, the other Kernick book I d read.Now you might think I have a knack for guessing the endings of books I don t Anyone with half a brain would guess what was going to happen in this book Anyone who has read anything that s remotely similar to this book would guess what s going on in this book too Everything he writes in this book is that well telegraphed Trust me on that In short, don t read this book Have a good look for a book with a similar plot and read that book instead It s almost bound to be better written Another excellent novel by Simon Kernick.What is there not to like about his books, very good characters and skilfully plotted. I don t know what to say It was mysterious, it was unexpected, it was really bad day But I was impressed Throughout the whole book the author took you in the knowledge that you cannot find out who is behind all the events And I have to say There were only few moments I thought I know who is behind everything and as I found out in the end I was really mistaken Only thing I knew was that if I were that man I would rather die than to fight like he had to, that I wouldn t survive better I don t know what to say It was mysterious, it was unexpected, it was really bad day But I was impressed Throughout the whole book the author took you in the knowledge that you cannot find out who is behind all the events And I have to say There were only few moments I thought I know who is behind everything and as I found out in the end I was really mistaken Only thing I knew was that if I were that man I would rather die than to fight like he had to, that I wouldn t survive better surrender to police and be in the prison lifelong And in the end I was really proud of him I really felt like he did everything he could, everything I wouldn t So I have to say I LOVED this book DNF 56%I am strained my brain enough I wish i could have loved this one Not happening. Heavily marketed with posters, adverts and book displays all over London, this bestseller gets off to a gripping start when Tyler wakes up beside the headless torso of a woman in his bed An engaging military organised crime conspiracy thriller which I admittedly couldn t put down A genuine thriller Heavily marketed with posters, adverts and book displays all over London, this bestseller gets off to a gripping start when Tyler wakes up beside the headless torso of a woman in his bed An engaging military organised crime conspiracy thriller which I admittedly couldn t put down A genuine thriller You know that a Simon Kernick novel is going to grab your attention from the very first sentence and this doesn t disappoint Your thrust straight into the action as the main character Dan Tyler wakes up to find the decapitated body of his new girlfriend lying next to him in a pool of blood in a place he doesn t recognise and with no memory of the events leading up to it He then finds himself doing a job for a mysterious man who tells him that if he doesn t complete the job the murder weapon an You know that a Simon Kernick novel is going to grab your attention from the very first sentence and this doesn t disappoint Your thrust straight into the action as the main character Dan Tyler wakes up to find the decapitated body of his new girlfriend lying next to him in a pool of blood in a place he doesn t recognise and with no memory of the events leading up to it He then finds himself doing a job for a mysterious man who tells him that if he doesn t complete the job the murder weapon and video of him committing the crime will go straight to the police There then follows a series of events that ultimately become a little too predictable and increasingly outrageous The characters are wooden and clich d and the narration suffers from to much hyperbole and altogether useless information that adds nothing to plot and leaves you with the feeling that he is desperately trying to slow the story down for added suspense It doesn t work I really enjoyed reading this book the action starts on the first page and keeps you interested through the whole book It was easy to read and read pretty fast In the book we can find round characters, they are fully formed and complex We can find many plots combined into one , and it doesn t feel forced There is a lot of twists which made you want to read it Some moments made me a little bored the flashbacks , they take you back and tell you stories from the past They are necessary to I really enjoyed reading this book the action starts on the first page and keeps you interested through the whole book It was easy to read and read pretty fast In the book we can find round characters, they are fully formed and complex We can find many plots combined into one , and it doesn t feel forced There is a lot of twists which made you want to read it Some moments made me a little bored the flashbacks , they take you back and tell you stories from the past They are necessary to fully understand the story but sometimes I felt like they were a little bit too long This was a slightly frustrating read, there was a lot of superfluous build up in the first half and I skimmed quite a bit of it without losing any of the plot After passing the half way point, the author seems to dial back on dragging out action scenes and that s where the story begins to get a little interesting.I read this book as part of my book club and one of girls raised an excellent point The character development is quite lazy, it s difficult to connect with any of them as there is no This was a slightly frustrating read, there was a lot of superfluous build up in the first half and I skimmed quite a bit of it without losing any of the plot After passing the half way point, the author seems to dial back on dragging out action scenes and that s where the story begins to get a little interesting.I read this book as part of my book club and one of girls raised an 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About the Author: Simon Kernick

Simon Kernick born 1966 in Slough, Berkshire is a British thriller crime writer now living in Oxfordshire with his wife and two daughters He attended Gillotts School, a comprehensive in Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire Whilst he was a student his jobs included fruitpicker and Christmas tree uprooter He graduated from Brighton Polytechnic in 1991 with a degree in humanities Kernick had a passion for crime fiction writing from a young age and produced many short stories during his time at polytechnic After graduating Kernick joined MMT Computing in London in early 1992, where a relative was the Chairman and Managing Director Kernick was a key member of the sales team and was very highly regarded However, he left the company after 4 years in the hope of trying to secure a publishing deal Despite interest from a number of publishers Kernick was unable to secure a deal, so he joined the sales force of the specialist IT and Business Consultancy Metaskil plc in Aldermaston, Berkshire in 1998 where he remained until he secured his first book deal The Business of Dying in September 2001 His novel Relentless was recommended on Richard Judy s Summer book club 2007 It was the 8th best selling paperback, and the best selling thriller in the UK in the same year


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