Sin

Sin

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by Shaun Allan, Lisa Daly
     
 

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Dead, dead, dead. Say it enough times and it becomes just another word.

What would you do? Could you kill a killer? Does the death of one appease the deaths of a hundred? What about that hundred against a thousand?

What if you had no choice?

Meet Sin. No, not that sort of sin, but Sin, crazy as a loon (you ask Sister Moon), and proud of it. Sin locks himself

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Dead, dead, dead. Say it enough times and it becomes just another word.

What would you do? Could you kill a killer? Does the death of one appease the deaths of a hundred? What about that hundred against a thousand?

What if you had no choice?

Meet Sin. No, not that sort of sin, but Sin, crazy as a loon (you ask Sister Moon), and proud of it. Sin locks himself away in an asylum and, every so often, gets violent. That's only so they'll give him those nice drugs, though. The ones that help him forget.

It's a pity they don't work.

Sin, you see, has a serious problem. Well, it's not so much his problem, as ours - yours, mine and everyone else's. People die around Sin. He doesn't like it and there's nothing he can do about it. But someone else knows, and Sin has to stop them... and himself...

Flip and catch...

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780615539317
Publisher:
FIBPUB.COM LLC
Publication date:
07/13/2012
Pages:
308
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.69(d)

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Sin 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
avalonpriestess More than 1 year ago
MY REVIEW I've never been a fan of books written in the first person. I like to know what everyone is thinking, not just the main character. This book could not have been written any other way but in the first person. I did not like the character of Sin much at the beginning of the story. Slowly, over the course of many pages, I found myself sympathizing with him. Several people have compared Shaun Allan to Alfred Hitchcock. I agree 100%. This is a psychological roller coaster ride that would have made Mr. Hitchcock proud. I can almost hear Rod Serling's voice "Sin Matthews, another traveller through The Twilight Zone." Shaun Allan is a masterful storyteller. His words captivated and entranced me throughout the book. I look for more from this author.