Revenge

Revenge BE SURE YOUR SINS WILL FIND YOU OUT Michael Flynn is untouchable in a world of power money and violence He fights for what he wants and he takes it whatever the cost He learns the rules of the Life

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  • Title: Revenge
  • Author: Martina Cole
  • ISBN: 9780755375646
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • BE SURE YOUR SINS WILL FIND YOU OUT.Michael Flynn is untouchable in a world of power, money and violence He fights for what he wants and he takes it, whatever the cost He learns the rules of the Life from the best and when his mentor, legendary Face Patrick Costello, is taken out, no one questions that Michael Flynn is his natural successor For Michael, loyalty and crBE SURE YOUR SINS WILL FIND YOU OUT.Michael Flynn is untouchable in a world of power, money and violence He fights for what he wants and he takes it, whatever the cost He learns the rules of the Life from the best and when his mentor, legendary Face Patrick Costello, is taken out, no one questions that Michael Flynn is his natural successor For Michael, loyalty and crime pay.Michael rises to heights beyond anything the criminal underworld has seen He owns everyone and he rules his empire with an even but fierce hand No one would dare challenge him.Then the unthinkable happens Perhaps Michael Flynn is not so untouchable after all, and he must learn thatWITHOUT THE SHEDDING OF BLOOD THERE CAN BE NO FORGIVENESS OF SINS.

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    1. 5 Crazy Martina Cole At Her Best Stars This was my first Martina Cole book in 3 years and it was good to be back.Michael Flynn is the Face. He is untouchable and he's worked hard for that position. From a young lad he is taken under the control of the feared Patrick Costello. ‘Always walk into a place like you already own it, and the chances are that eventually you fucking will.’ It was good advice, and something that he had never forgotten.When Patrick is killed, Michael takes over the reig [...]

    2. I finished this book because I hate to be beaten! However I thought this was dreadful and could have done with a good editing. I thought the writing lacked imagination and was very predictable

    3. Total 'Snoredom'! So shocked by the lack of creativity in this book, Martina has let herself down. Repetitive, repetitive, repetitive You get my point?! So angry because of how expensive it was, a waste of a whole weeks reading, it took me so long because I never got into it, such flat writing and un imaginative characters. This review might strike you as over negative, it isn't I promise, it's honest. If I hadn't enjoyed Martina's earlier books I wouldn't have even given it the second star, it' [...]

    4. Utterly tedious. The same old story regurgitated. Coles books are formulaic with similar characters, abuse blah de blah. Somebody needs to heavily edit her books. At least 100 pages could be deleted because of her constant repetition. I won't be buying anymore of her books. She clearly has no pride in her writing and can't be bothered to write something new. No imagination whatsoever. Everybook has: Irish folk, female abuse, lots of swear words, drugs/alcohol zzzz and violence which after a whil [...]

    5. I liked this book as I always do with martina books my only downside was I didn't connect with the characters like I normally do not sure why so I can't give a reasonoryline is normal martina cole storyline and I didn't find it as gritty as her other books. I know I have picked a couple of faults but I would recommend it as a martina cole fan like I am I did like the book.

    6. Was disappointed with the last Martina Cole book and was hoping I would enjoy this one more. Unfortunately this wasn't the case. I couldn't warm to any of the characters, I thought the story line was weak but my biggest problem was so much was repeated. The book could have been half as long if there wasn't so many repeated descriptions etc

    7. I went off reading MC, But again found myself buying it after telling myself for the first few weeks I wasn't going to bother.Still-I read a few of the reviews and thought i'd give it a try.I'm glad i did.It was definitely better than the last few MC books I have read. But I am still finding the books quite repetitive. That said, this was still quite a good story with the right balance of good and bad, - and bloody evil.I've seen a few complaints on foul language, but if you don't like that in a [...]

    8. As always Martina never fails to intrigue me with her foul language and intimate details and I did enjoy the book; however, it irritates me how repetitive and tedious her writing is. I know I'm contradicting myself greatly here, but I have found that the only real reason I enjoy her books so much is because she's not afraid to write what's on her mind, (even if it is the same thing for more than 10 book). Her character variation is feeble. If you really think about her characters in each book, t [...]

    9. An excellent story, as befits Martina Cole. My only reservation is the prolific use of the most common four-letter risqué word, extended to seven and used too frequently as an adjective to numerous different words. In mitigation, however, this is perhaps the sort of language used by low life within the criminal community, of which Martina has a personal knowledge.The narrative covers a wide spectrum of human emotions, including a very caring (dare I say loving) attitude within family life - to [...]

    10. I know this book got mixed reviews, some people really liked it, some thought it was far from Martina Cole's best. I fall in to the former category but this wasn't perfect despite my giving it a five-star rating. Martina does something that irks me while I'm reading her books. She tends to repeat herself. Repeat sentences, repeat details about characters, even repeat conversations between characters sometimes. A lot of this repetition almost feels like 'filler'd it isn't necessary. She could pro [...]

    11. This is Martina Cole at her absolute best! Anyone who has read at least two of her books pretty much knows what they're going to get in the way of future reads: London gangland/underworld stories. Ruthless, brutal, power driven characters who stop at nothing to get what they want. I've read a few reviews on here before writing my own and I understand the frustration of some people who say this is the same old, same old. If I read three books of hers back to back then I would be yawning thinking [...]

    12. I love Martina Cole and she is easily one of my favourite authors but I, like many others, have been left really disappointed with most of her recent work. The quality of storyline and writing seems to have reduced over the last few books. As a loyal fan, I purchased this book but approached it with low expectations and some trepidation. I am pleased to say that Cole seems to be back on top form! The storyline and characters were great, the plot kept you guessing until the end and all the loose [...]

    13. A read for book club. This is not something that I thought I would be moved or challenged by. And it wasn't. The book is extremely repetitive with multiple narrators saying virtually the same thing again and again. And then when the story cycles back to a narrator they seem to say the same thing again which was so frustrating.I'll admit I sped-read the book though. I probably read about 30% of the actual words on each page, if that. But this didn't impede my understanding of the story; I followe [...]

    14. The only reason I read this book was because of my sheer amazement at how incredibly bad the start of it was. The amazing badness of the start of this book was the only reason I read it. At the start the book was so bad that it made me amazed and then I want to read some more. Reading more of this amazingly bad book was because the start was so amazingly bad. Start. Bad. Read. More. Bad. Read. More. Start.More. Read. Bad. StartRead. Start. More. Bad. If you like this review then by all means rea [...]

    15. I was not disappointed after finally deciding to treat myself to this book and read over Christmas/New year. I was praying that it would not seem like the same old recycled gangster stories that often happens with authors who have written countless books. I really did enjoy this one. My favourite part of reading is picturing the characters in my mind and living the stories alongside the words on the pages and I was certainly able to do that with this book. For any Martina Cole fans out there who [...]

    16. well i have to say that Michael Flynn was much more bearable than Danny Cadogan was in Faces but the overall writing is still repetitive and the characters are hard to sympathise with. I really didn't feel bad at any of the deaths because they were so unlikeable as people. I think the only character i liked was little Jake Flynn and thats saying something considering he's only in about 10 of the 551 pages.i keep seeing that people loved her earlier works maybe i'll have to track down some of the [...]

    17. Not my favourite Martina Cole book but still a good read nonetheless. Sometimes I get confused with Martina's book as so many books have similar characters and similar stories but I actually enjoyed this book as a standalone. Can't wait for Martina's new book either! 'The house of the righteous contains great treasure, but the income of the wicked brings them trouble'.

    18. I always enjoy Martina's work, I admire her for her true grit, that said, I feel this book is more tame than some of her earlier work and less shocking - something I enjoy when reading her books. Still, I am a huge fan and I doubt that will change.

    19. I hate giving Martina Cole less then 4 stars But this time it had to be done. I still think she had a ghost writer for this book. I couldn't connect with any of the characters like I normally do. It's a shame to say this, as not long ago I could of said hands down that MC was my fave author.

    20. YES!!!! So this time, it's not all about the women. It's about the King of all Gangsters. And it works. It's gritty, and emotional, and everything you think is going to happen in a Martina Cole novel DOESNT!! An awesomely refreshing change. Loved it!!!!

    21. I did enjoy the book but enough of martina Cole for a while. I did enjoy the characters and thought it was a bit sad

    22. This author never disappoints me. Great story lines and three dimensional characters. Love peering into the underworld. Would recommend.

    23. Martina Cole can build a world of underground violence that is both slick, dangerous and exciting. Her characters may be brutal criminals, but they are human and have veins of humanity in them that make them relatable.This book follows a father through the years, starting from his roots trying to get into a violent group of men where money and power is guaranteed, to his later life when his angry, degenerate daughter goes missing. His frantic search as a father is something anyone can understand [...]

    24. A good read but maybe a bit drawn out, plus I’d guessed who the kidnapper was near to the event. Like the style in that each ‘book’ is ten years on and that it’s written with viewpoints from multiple characters, although I also think there are a few characters who aren’t necessary (at least not in as much detail). Very similar to her other book I’ve read (Get Even) which I appreciate is her style so makes sense but I kept thinking I’d read it before it had so much in common!

    25. This book isn’t as good as The Take, which sadly encouraged me to read another Martina Cole book. It’s boring, repetitive (description is clunky and a bit child like, savouring the burn of whiskey a common trait here) and I wish I’d read a different novel by Martina Cole as I understand others are excellent.

    26. Gripping!!Really enjoyed this and how the story came together. However I did find it a bit repetitive in places, going over the same phrases which spoilt it a little. This was one of the reasons I gave Martina a break for a while but have recently refound my enjoyment in her books.

    27. I used to read a lot of Martina Cole’s books when I worked in the criminal justice system and it’s fairly true to life for the most part but if you’ve read one of these books you’ve basically read all of them. That’s not always a bad thing, especially if you’re really interested in the subject matter but you can get too much of a good thing and I’m definitely at that point with these books.

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