Fiction review: Kill Order

I recently featured an interview with Author Adam Blumer, which you can access here. Today, I give you my review of his suspense novel, Kill Order.

The diagnosis is brain cancer, a tumor, operable but not curable. Landon Turner is a concert pianist. He’s already lost peripheral vision, and it appears he might lose his life. The only hope is in a “miracle worker surgeon,” one who claims to have healed others.

Can things get worse? As in most thrillers, they do. Instead of healing medicine, the surgeon implanted Landon’s brain with some kind of chip that enabled the bad guys to tell Landon what to do—even when he should be sleeping.

He wakes up with blood all over his clothes and turns himself in to the police. The officer takes him away, and soon, Landon realizes that this policeman is on the wrong side. He’s in league with the enemy—whoever that is.

Landon knows he must flee. He’s not sure how to escape, but he knows he will be killed—and maybe even kill others—if he doesn’t.

I’ll let you read the rest. I could hardly put this down. Kill Order is scary, exciting, full of action, and has heart. There’s everything: romance, spiritual growth, concerned parents, memory repression and recovery, and of course, the kill order.

I loved it, loved it, loved it.

Adam Blumer’s writing is excellent, and this plot will keep you turning pages until the very end—which is satisfying and leaves you thinking.

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