Official Review: The LadyKillers War

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Re: Official Review: The LadyKillers War

Post by Godspraise Precious »

The concept of this book sounds interesting. And to think that I find it intriguing is more reason why I'd give it a try. Congratulations on the book of the day.
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Post by Michelle Fred »

Who would have thought hate for accomplished women would band a group of people together. I respect original plots and this one is rare.
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Post by mrlefty0706 »

Max Christian is a retired NYPD homicide detective who is currently living out his retirement as a Private Investigator. His wife, Meridew Hadley, is a newly elected Congresswoman who is among the new wave of women leaders sweeping across America.

This story has a great start with the newly elected Congresswomen and then it switches to the development of another set of characters that are involved with the same group that shot and killed a newly elected hispanic Congresswomen. The plot is really good but the slang the characters use is distracting and really not necessary. The murders are linked to an emerging hate group, LadyKillers Liberation Army, whose aim is to ensure women remain in their proper place as lesser beings. I would like to read this book to find out how they put this group out of business.
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Post by UncleP »

This seems like a very interesting controversial novel to read. I cant wait to see the end of the novel. congrats on making the book of the day.
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Post by Pearl Hijabi »

This sounds like an interesting book. The extremist group of Ladykillers Liberation army seems to be a group of men with outdated values of women's place. Sounds like a thrilling novel. Congrats on BOTD!!
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Post by Booksmart-56 »

The plot of the book is intriguing. But I am not a fan of politics. Though that may be, the crime and thrilling elements of the story seem interesting.
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Post by DavidOchieng »

I also noticed the creative titling in the book. The beginning of the story gives no hint that the main title, LadyKillers, should be taken literally. So I'm not surprised to see here that suspense is a major aspect of the book.
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Post by Magnify3 »

Oh my! NYPD detective Max is in a race to save his congresswoman wife from the ladykillers. Will he succeed?
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Post by Benggirl721 »

This is indeed a hook-reader book. Suspense and tense. The relationship of Max Christian and Meridew was physically and emotionally alienated by politics. The emergence of the killer group gives highlights to the story.
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Post by twinkle09 »

Ladykiller's War sounds like an interesting and captivating book with its unique storyline and characters. I would love to read this book. Keeping it in my to read list. Thanks for the review!!
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Post by Sophia10 »

Seems intense, intends crime thriller. Indeed nice review.
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Post by Sheilaread »

Thank you for the amazing detailed review. Not sure I’ll continue it though with the strong language in it. I hope others enjoy it though.
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Post by jaliper »

This sounds sooo interesting. I mean woman in power? Action? It seems so intense. I'd be happy to put this in my TBR pile and r3ad this once I'm done with my current read.. Thanks so much
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Post by dragonet07 »

The book certainly has a timely subject with a new wave female American leaders and them becoming the targets of a killer terrorist group. (If you can’t call killing female leaders to terrorize women of their country “back into their place” terrorism, what can you?) It sounds like a thrilling novel with a lot of promise. Thank you for the helpful review.
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Post by Jachike Samuelson »

A terrorist group that only targets female leaders? This is as disturbing as it is intriguing.
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