Sunday, January 29, 2012
Review of Kim Oh 1: Real Dangerous Girl by K.W. Jeter
Review of: Kim Oh 1—Real Dangerous Girl by K.W. Jeter (Kim Oh Thrillers)
Killer-thriller. This is one of those novels that just sucked me in and kept me reading all night long. I love reading books that are so tense and so interesting that you are compelled to keep going. One more chapter. Then one more chapter. And repeat. When this happens you know you’ve got a great plot and a great character, and are in the hands of a master writer.
K.W. Jeter has created an awesome character and series. Kim Oh is a pint-sized Korean American heroine with serious ass-kicking talent. She’s an assassin, but her heart is in the right place. She’s a fascinating person with an interesting life—to say the least. I can totally see this as a movie or TV series. The scenes are almost all extremely cinematic and really pop out.
If you’re a fan of A Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, La Femme Nikita, thrillers, ass-kicking heroines, and great writing, this is a book for you.
Editor of The Crimson Pact
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I love butt kicking heroines. Most of my books have strong female protagonists. I'm tired of macho guy with big muscles, blond hair and blue eyes.
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