The Assassin Trilogy: The Silver Bear / Columbus / Dark Men

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  • Title: The Assassin Trilogy: The Silver Bear / Columbus / Dark Men
  • Author: Derek Haas
  • ISBN: 9780316208178
  • Page: 448
  • Format: ebook

[PDF] The Assassin Trilogy: The Silver Bear / Columbus / Dark Men | by ☆ Derek Haas - The Assassin Trilogy: The Silver Bear / Columbus / Dark Men, The Assassin Trilogy The Silver Bear Columbus Dark Men An e original omnibus of three suspense novels by the Barry Award nominated novelist and co screenwriter of Wanted to Yuma and The Double He calls himself Columbus His real name never meant much

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The Assassin Trilogy: The Silver Bear / Columbus / Dark Men

Comments The Assassin Trilogy: The Silver Bear / Columbus / Dark Men

  1. This has to be one of my favourite series, i ve read a good amount of Hitman fiction, Columbus is a great character recommend you start from the 1st book though.




  2. These novels are of the very few that I could not finish reading I will not buy or read any novels from this author.


  3. Loved ItI love a good assassin book, especially in 1st person No cutting away to supporting characters, villains, etc Nobody ever cares what they re up to anyway This one is actually 3 books in one It follows an assassin, code named Columbus, who is hard to like initially He ll kill almost anyone who rubs him wrong at first but he eventually learns restraint as collateral damage comes back to bite him in the ass Haas fleshed out a great back story and takes us on an unexpected journey of how an [...]


  4. FunNot a terrible read I enjoyed parking my brain in neutral and relaxing through the trilogy I m interested in the next book.


  5. I tend to shy away from these types of novels because in my experience they always stray too far from reality to allow me to continue to immerse myself into the fiction This may be an occupational hazard of being a police officer, but having said that, let me review this book from a police officer s point of view.I was absolutely engrossed for the entire first book of the trilogy It s been quite a while since I ve read a novel that had me thinking about it even when I was doing other things Why [...]


  6. I enjoyed reading this book Fast paced and there aren t too many characters Some great twists to the story I would recommend reading the entire series.This is an experience of reading a hitman s thoughts, feelings and experiences Would he have it any other way This is not your typical good guy wins at the end but it was a really a good read In this series, you would want Columbus to win.


  7. This is a trilogy, but reads well as one book The trilogy aspect simply reflects three periods in the life of The Assassin This is a great story, and different in that the main character is technically a bad guy but the author does a fantastic job of making him likeable somehow Columbus is a great character, and I hope the author writes stories featuring him.