Many thanks to Sarah from BOTBSPublicity for the ‘Hitman Sam’ blog tour invite and ARC. Here is my review for today’s stop:
Having been made redundant as a photocopier software designer, Sam Simpson is lured by a cryptic advert. As he learns it is for a trainee hitman, will he be tough enough to see the job through? Even James Bond had to start somewhere and Sam, as his alias Josh Bradley, looks forward to enjoying James’ lifestyle, although soon embroiled in a love triangle, Sam hadn’t expected things to get so complicated so quickly.
What does TWG think?
Well this was certainly different! Its novella sized, perfect for an ‘inbetween read’ so to speak. Nothing to strenuous, nothing too heavy.
I have to say that I had to keep going backwards and forwards whilst reading, trying to make sense of the storyline. I cannot fault Morgen Bailey’s imagination one iota! She took an idea and ran with it like Buzz Lightyear; to infinity and beyond.
I do like reads which leave me guessing, but the farfetchedness of ‘Hitman Sam’ had me in a spin.