The Last Kind Words

The Last Kind Words

by Tom Piccirilli
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The Last Kind Words: A Novel 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 49 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Leaves you wanting more... interesting, quirky, fully developed characters...very witty dialogue. Looking forward to the second book about this unusual family.
Suzzie1 More than 1 year ago
************* THIS BOOK WAS JUST INCREDIBLE ************* This book was not what i expected at all !!!!!!!!!!!!!! It was a capitvating story that held my complete attention until the very end with characters that are all too real, who draw you into their lives through lines that are so well written. It truely astounds the reader with all the complex make-up of each and every character and conveys an understanding of what's it's like in the world of criminals. I didn't want the book to end, and have pre-ordered the sequel, "The Last Whisper In The Dark". DO YOURSELF A HUGE FAVOR, GET THIS BOOK, PLEASE. This would make an incredible movie. oh my gosh, if i had the money, i would make it myself.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A superb read. Tom Piccirilli has managed to fuse the thriller-crime fiction conventions with a literary style full of depth and emotional context. A gripping read with thoughtful, rich, complex characterizations and motifs.
DallyHo More than 1 year ago
I love books by Tom Piccirilli. I couldn't put this book down. This series is so good!! I hope he writes a third installment!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
See, here’s the thing. You ever read a book that you thoroughly enjoyed ‘cause maybe it was real easy reading, just kinda flowed, and it held your attention right from page one? Yeah, you know what I’m talkin’ about. Then you go on and read somebody else’s book, and then somebody else’s book after that. And then you come to the next book on your to-be-read list, start reading, smile to yourself and think, ‘Gee, I never realized how much I really missed reading this guy’s stories.’ Well, that’s exactly how it is with Pic. You never realize how much you’ve missed reading his stories until you start the next one. Great stories. Easy reading. It don’t get much better than that.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book easily made my top 10 WORST book list. A less than compelling story, the writing is full of cliches, Piccirilli clumsy attempts to explore the phyches' of his characters is at times so painful that I had to stop to laugh. Peripheral characters add nothing to the story. Elmore Leonard, he ain't.
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Loved it from start to finish! Just enough wit and humor to balance out the heavier themes. I'm ready for the sequel for sure.
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Me,rory and rory sit at a small place we made in the middle of the dump. I say " Alright you guys ready?" They nod. Ok i take boths hand sand whistper "Arese" and the dump starts to move. The WHOLE dump. All the trash starts to form and it comes out as our base as it lands softly i say "ok lets go" i walk in and smile it looks like a spy building from the inside computers, robots, elevators and everything its AWESOME?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
looking forward to reading more from this author
LivreloverLA More than 1 year ago
This is one of those books that really captivated me when I first saw it.  The premise was intriguing and spurred me into reading it.  It is the story of two brothers, a dysfunctional family, an unexplained murder of seven people, one brother seeking a means of getting out of the family business of burglary, petty theft and grifting and one just days from his execution.    There is plenty in this story to build on and a great deal of possibility.  Unfortunately, it just didn’t live up to the expectation.   There were some things that Picarilli got right — and then there was the rest of the story.
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Could not finish
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I like how the main character things about things but thn later on he goes with is gut feeling and i think that is what pulled me in this book and makes me want to read it again , Will Davis Mexico Missouri
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I really enjoyed this book and agree very much with Lee Child's review of it ... which is quite honestly why I got it and read it. I can also easily see this being made into a movie and even know who I think should be cast as Terry. I will be reading the second book. I thought he did an excelent job in the characterizations of the family members and am interested in discovering what happens to them.
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WallyC More than 1 year ago
Tom has created a great cast of characters with Terry Rand topping the list as a most likable anti-hero. The reader gets into the characters head as he moves along his defined life. Tom Piccirilli has become my go-to author for suspense. Bring on the sequel!