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.
The highest ever for a fortune 100 company, Facebook has approved the sum of $10m for the security details of their CEO and founder Mark Zuckerberg.
The million-dollar pre-tax allowance is a jump from last year‚Äôs $7.3million allocated for home security, body guards, and private air travel.
In a world full of monsters, assassins, and psychopathic vampires, it's a miracle any one left is sane. A young emotionless assassin finds himself cut off from his past life, and on a treacherous journey into forbidden territories. He, alongside a group of scarred heroes, have come with a sense of vendetta to do the unthinkable that would either save them, or damn them all to hell.
‚ÄúThe man of knowledge must be able not only to love his enemies but also to hate his friends.‚ÄĚ ‚Äē Friedrich Nietzsche.
Sounds confusing, but an explanation below: For me this quote by Nietzsche is addressing true objectivity.
Think of the ‚Äúman of knowledge‚ÄĚ as a referee in a football game. They love one team and hope that team will win.
But they have to be fair.
They can‚Äôt let their ‚Äúhatred‚ÄĚ of the one team or their love of the other influence the truth of a call. In this case they must learn to ‚Äėlove their enemy‚ÄĚ (the other team) and ‚Äúhate their friends‚ÄĚ as a metaphor for the difficulty in staying in ‚ÄúWhat is true, regardless of your relationship to either side‚ÄĚ.