Dead on Demand

Dead on Demand

by Sean Campbell, Daniel Campbell
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Dead on Demand 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 57 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There were a lot of characters involved which made it hard to keep up at times, but written well enough to where i never got lost. It was rather a good read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is 265 pages, set in London and has so many characters, the reader needs to make a list of who is who. It is a stand alone book, with an adequate conclusion and is part of a series. The editing is barely so-so. One errata, I have a great problem with is the author does not seem to know the names of his own characters, Josef is often Yosef, or is it the other way around? There is the same problem with ither names as well. To add to the confusion, some characters are needless red herrings, adding nothing but more confusion. This plot us like "STRANGERS ON A TRAIN," only in a round robin sort of way. It is convoluted, rather boring, seems to lack direction, repeats itself and needs clarafication of clues and clearer thinking process of the constables on the case. The tay sahs thread was unnecessary, adding nothing to the book, except more sorrow. This book seemed endless. There are no sexual situations, the main character is in a marriage of many years, which is nice. There is drug use, police corruption, no gays, no religion, lots of murder, violence, mayham, unique murders, torture burning and a lot of blood, but no guts. There is no humor what so ever and the characters are dry and ill defined. I will not be purchasing any more if this series. For adults, Rooster lit. Reviewers, please quit basing your ratings on other's reviews. This space is for what you think of the books. If you think a book is a plot spoiler, then report it as such. At the end of each review, there are two options, one is, was this review helpful, the other is to show what was wrong with the review, just tap, a menu comes up, tap on the option you want and viola, you have rated the review. When you leave a one star rating, only because of the plot spoilers, you hurt the author, not the reviewer. AD
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Storyline kept me on edge. Never expected the twisted ending. I will seek more from this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like the orther reviewers said, it was hard keeping up with all the people. But, it did pull me into the story, so i had to finish. The book was worth reading.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Trudi LoPreto for Readers' Favorite Dead on Demand is written by Sean and Daniel Campbell and is very different from the normal thriller story. The main character is Edwin Murphy but he has a supporting cast of many. Inspector David Morton is the man who is responsible for figuring it all out. Edwin has a perfect life until everything falls apart. He is losing his wife, his daughter and his job, and can think of only one solution to get himself out of the mess: murder his wife. Dead on Demand is the story of a no-hands-on killer. Edwin has planned the perfect murder, and he hires someone else to kill his wife. Once his wife has been killed, he decides the only thing left is to kill the killer. He hires another person on a non-traceable web site to do just that. The circle just keeps getting bigger as more and more killings become necessary. Inspector Morton of the London police is given each of the cases to solve and, while he can find nothing to link them, he isn’t convinced they aren’t related.   Dead on Demand, while confusing from time to time with a lot of characters to keep track of, is a really good book. The authors have written a well thought out story with strong character description and a detailed plot. All three hundred and fifty one pages will keep you engrossed and perched anxiously on the edge of your seat. The question is: who will get caught? Who will get away with murder? It will take until the very last pages to get the answer. It was enjoyable to read something so very different, suspenseful, and clever. I highly recommend this book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My house is dirty because I couldn't put down this book! What creative way to get rid of the ex! The ending was such a surprise. I didn't see it coming.
ginniegirl0 More than 1 year ago
I normally read feel good books. I found it cheaper to read e books that paid TV. I decided to read something different and came across this book. I loved this book. It is excellent. It is true there are a lot of characters, but I was able to keep up. Some of the grammar was a little different. The pace of the story was excellent. Great suspence, never a dull moment. I think this book would make a great movie. I was totally surprised at the end. GREAT JOB, Daniel and Sean Campbell.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Grabs you from the start and doesn't let go until the end. Very worth the time to read!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I Really Liked This Book It's a New take on a movie I saw
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ronnies4 More than 1 year ago
Tough to follow. Many twists, and too many characters.
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I would have given a 5 star rating but at the beginning of every chapter the page was missing and was kind of frustrating. Very good book other wise did not want to stop reading
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The book is good enough to keep you reading, if you can get past the spelling and grammatical errors. I would suggest hiring an editor. Overall it was a descent book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
took a while to get the authors intent, ok read
trinkaandskylar More than 1 year ago
well,i liked what i got to read of it got about half read and then it dumped me and i had deleted it from,no way to get it back velma kalista
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Despite a few glaring typos and grammatical errrors, the story line moved quickly and was relatively interesting. Not of Hitchcock calibar but I found myself enjoying the book as I got further into it. Recommended
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Dead On Demand really impressed me (minus only a few typos). It was so good that I told someone studying criminology they should read it. It really kept me reading further.
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It was a great read and the ending was great. It put a smile on my face, wasnt expected.