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Four Star Review: One By One by Robert Enright


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Publisher: Self-Published

Released: March 16, 2015

Genre: Vigilante Justice, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense Length: 414 pages

BUY IT NOW Synopsis: Violence is like a storm. For Lucas Cole, life is more than he could have ever hoped for. Daily Muay Thai training sessions with his best friend, a progressive career as a mechanic and married to Helen, the love of his life. All of it comes to an end on a rainy saturday night in London. When Helen is ripped from the world by the notorious Drayton family on a visit to the capital and the police, including the prodigal Officer Starling, do little to bring them to justice, Lucas embarks on a rain soaked London to put things right himself. As the body count rises and the ripple effects of the escalating violence reaches further than he could have imagined, Lucas has to confront his dark past, his continuous grief, a nationwide police hunt and, of course, the Draytons.... One by One.

Review by Sara:

I think this would make a fantastic movie! The entire time I was reading the novel I was casting the different characters in my head. A Sam Worthington would make a Awesome Lucas! One by One is a gut wrenching revenge book that has you rooting for the Vigilante. The characters are so well developed I felt like I knew them and I was heartbroken, angered and revolted right there with them. I ultimately found myself cheering when vigilante justice was dished out. The only reason One by One did not get a 5 was I found it to be a little slow at times. Even though that ultimately just built into more character development (which is spot on) I wanted the action to keep going. One By One isn't the typical novel I read, however I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes vigilante justice novels.

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