Jimmy Arni's did a very good job in the way he narrated this story, from a first person's POV. Emotions, thoughts, heart beat, and every painstaking detail about the narrator are all detailed (no pun intended). This could pass for a movie. At the point where Chief was about to be murderd, I could feel my heart beating because I thought he almost failed and that would have been disastrous, knowing what a villain chief was.
The officer who opened the door in the end is just a great way to leave us wondering a million things that could have just happened. Let's wait for a follow up if any is in progress. Great story.
I wouldn't recommended this book to anyone below the age of 18 because of the rate of f-word usage... In the past, we read stories and could use a little help from a dictionary to digest new words. For this book, you need internet connection and need to have watched a lot of contemporary movies to understand some comparisons.