October 1, 2009

Review: The Gray Man by Mark Greaney

Gentry is known as The Gray Man because of the stealth and sleekness of a trained assassin. When he's on the job, he's invisible. The victims are dead before they know what hit them. Gentry is a good soldier, he only kills people who deserve to die.

He only has one real friend, Fitzroy who knows everything about Gentry. When he almost dies after a job, he finds out that he is alone in this world and has no one to turn to. Will his skills keep him alive or will an even more skilled killer be sent after him?

A roller coaster of a thrill ride. This is a book that keeps you on your toes and doesn't let up.

Book Information:
The Gray Man by Mark Greaney
Penguin Group USA
September 2009
464 pages
$9.99 US

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1 comment:

  1. very interesting. makes me think of the show dexter, where he only kills those who he believes should die. i wish i had showtime so i could watch that. LOL