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Thursday, January 9, 2014

My review of "K.A.R.M.A" by Grant McKenzie


 "The children want revenge. Tech-savvy victims of abuse unite to turn their collective pain into bloody retribution. The group calls itself K.A.R.M.A: Kids Against Rape, Murder and Abuse. To ensure the group’s message is heard, K.A.R.M.A enlists the aid of Tom Hackett, a rebellious freelance photojournalist who flaunts his willingness to break the rules for that perfect moneymaking shot. 

By tipping Hackett to the location of fresh kill, the group ensures sensational front-page media play. But when the identity of one victim hits too close to home, K.A.R.M.A awakens a haunted past that could destroy everything Tom holds dear. In struggling with his conscience, Tom becomes an obstacle that K.A.R.M.A can’t allow to live."


Mr. McKenzie is right up there with the greats like Connelly and Crais. K.A.R.M.A is not for the faint of heart, it's dark and pretty brutal. Have you ever read a book and found yourself reading a page or a paragraph over, because it's a little slow? Well that will not be the case with K.A.R.M.A. This book took off right out of the gate, and the intensity never let up. It will create a movie in your mind, which is the mark of excellence.