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The Exit Man by Greg Levin – Review


Blurb:

Suicide should come with a warning label: “Do not try this alone.”

If you truly need out and want the job done right, you should consider using an outside expert.

Like Eli.

Eli Edelmann never intended on making a living through mercy killing. After reluctantly taking over his family’s party supply store following his father’s death, he is approached by a terminally ill family friend who’s had enough. The friend, a retired policeman, has an intricate plan involving something Eli has ready access to – helium. Eli is initially shocked and repulsed by the proposal, but soon begins to soften his stance and, after much deliberation, eventually agrees to lend a hand.

It was supposed to be a one-time thing. How could Eli have known euthanasia was his true calling? And how long can he keep his daring underground “exit” operation going before the police or his volatile new girlfriend get wise?

 

My Review:

I love the dark by our in this book, the wit and intelligence of both the characters and the author a wonderful way to start the book (and keep the readers coming!). I seriously didn’t see the ending coming, despite having a good track record with these things.

Genuinely a wonderful and delightful way to spend a day, reading this book.

4/5

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July 21, 2014 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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