Dead Six book review

I just finished reading “Dead Six” by Larry Correia and Mike Kupari. This is the coolest gun-thriller I’ve ever read. The fight scenes are done realistically but with a magnificent sense of drama. None of the scenes are throw away or filler. Each one means something and adds to the story. Also, if I have to use one word to describe this book, I’d use “Tense.” It starts off establishing the characters and it does this very well. The book has a large cast but none of them are throw-away characters and each one is unique and interesting. The two main characters are written by the different authors so each one has a different feel but each one is awesome. You’ll be rooting for Valentine and Lorenzo even when they’re at odds, which is most of the time. The villains are truly hate-able. Eddie is pure evil and Gordon is like your old boss that you can’t freaking stand. You’ll love to hate them. This is a great book with a lot of action. It takes place in an alternate world where things are a bit less nice than our world. I couldn’t stop reading it until I was finished.
Here’s the Amazon place where you can get the book. And believe me, you want to!


~ by Minimum Wage Historian on August 8, 2011.

2 Responses to “Dead Six book review”

  1. Sounds like a interesting book. Have you read the Paradise City series? I always think of guns and roses whenever i read the book. LOL! I wish i could write longer stories. My fear is that the characters will get losted and it will end up in chaos.

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