101 People to Kill Before I Die PDF ☆ People to Kill

101 People to Kill Before I Die PDF ☆ People to Kill


101 People to Kill Before I Die ❰Reading❯ ➶ 101 People to Kill Before I Die Author Anthony OConnor – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Set in Melbourne Australia a dark fast action packed thriller dripping with bitterness and sarcasm With a few comical moments and an array of colorful characters all as determined as they are deadlyBr Set in Melbourne to Kill PDF/EPUB ã Australia a dark fast action packed thriller dripping with bitterness and sarcasm With a few comical moments and an array of colorful characters all as determined as they are deadlyBrian Samuals is a former soldier a former police officer and an ex convict recently bankrupt divorced and now diagnosed with terminal cancer He has an epiphany He has nothing to lose and a lot of people have offended against him Therefore before he goes they go All of them As he embarks on his killing spree he hooks up with a 101 People ePUB ´ beautiful stripper Natasha Brown but is unsure how that's going to workBe careful who you kill Before long he has the Russian Mob a Chinese Triad the CIA Interpol the Australian Federal Police the Australian SAS anti terrorist suads and every cop in the state of People to Kill Before I ePUB ´ Victoria hunting him down screaming for his head Things aren’t looking good for Brian and Natasha.

  • ebook
  • 237 pages
  • 101 People to Kill Before I Die
  • Anthony OConnor
  • English
  • 21 December 2016

About the Author: Anthony OConnor

I grew up to Kill PDF/EPUB ã in a small town in rural Victoria AustraliaI studied mathematics physics and computer science at the University of NSW in Sydney AustraliaI have worked in IT for many years on a wide variety of systems and applications mostly in Australia but also for several years in the United States mostly the Bay Area and Washington DC and for one year in the UK London I have always r.



10 thoughts on “101 People to Kill Before I Die

  1. T.M. Merremont T.M. Merremont says:

    A Bloodbath of Bullets and Belly laughsWhat if your life in retirement from CIA Ops was a boring mess? You now exist in a corporate world of cubicles with obnoxious co workers and a marriage gone bad What if you felt that the world pretty much sucked but you have to put up with all of the shit to support an ex wife you now despise and a child you aren’t allowed to see? What can you do?But what if one day a doctor told you that you had only three months to live?And finally what if you were a now a dying man who reminded himself that he had as Liam Neeson’s retired CIA Op character in TAKEN would say “A very particular set of skills ”? So why not kill all of the assholes?Brian Samuels is a seriocomic sledgehammer of a character who launches a bullet flared vendetta against a world stifled by boring complacency and smug in its corruption As the bullets fly and the bodies pile up we sometimes find ourselves laughing aloud at the blood soaked humor of novelist Anthony O’Connor’s tour de force satire of pulp heroes such as Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer It’s all in good fun with lovable strippers and seductive Russian female assassins added to the mixUnless you are one of those post modernist French intellectuals who considered Spillane a genius you won’t find any deeper meaning here – just the most hilarious killing spree that would give Sam Peckinpah uentin Tarantino hard ons PS This being an O’Connor novel you can expect some silly aliens to enter the carnage

  2. J.D. Schechter J.D. Schechter says:

    Stupidly engaging The plot is off the wall the characters almost likeable and the writing fairly good It could be subtitled 'Keystone Cops Kill Half of Australia '

  3. Chuck Chuck says:

    Levels of conflictNot bad overall goes a little sideways at the very end Personally didn't think the last additional level of conflict was needed

  4. annette williams annette williams says:

    It couldn't end any other way What a ride Couldn't put it down because I had to know what happened next Funny sexy a little gory and lots of killing What would your hit list look like if you knew you were dying Who would be looking to kill you for your revenge killing of their loved one? Definitely worth the read

  5. Rohit Rohit says:

    The protagonist Brian Samuels goes on a killing spree after he’s been diagnosed with terminal cancer with only six months to live He has a list of his own One of his kills does not go as planned and he accidentally kills the American ambassador to Australia At other points he also kills the son of a Russian gangster and the son of a Chinese gangster So we have the Australian police army anti terrorist suad CIA Russian gangsters and Chinese gangsters all trying desperately to kill him They corner him in a small town Very interesting premiseThe buildup to this point was good I was getting seriously hooked And then what happens? Aark Aaark Aarrk Varrk Aark Aaark An alien shows up Seriously? I couldn’t believe what I was reading I think I felt betrayed by the author there Anyways it was a good read with humor The ending was a little weird but I liked The author has left a lot for the readers to imagineIf you read this book do count how many people Brian really killed in the book for me I lost count after 21

  6. Kent Kent says:

    I really enjoyed this book the premise was very interesting and the violence and mayhem that ensued were entertainingly farcical The main character who discoverers he has six months to live decides to wreak revenge on all those he has decided have done him wrong He is a misogynistic conspiracy theorist with a short fuseI have had to mark the book down to two stars because of the confused and bewilderingly comprehensively unsatisfactory conclusion sadly the last few chapters really brought the book down to earth with a resounding thumpPlease Mr O'Connor the book deserves a better ending sure I understand there were never going to be winners but the Sci Fi ending is totally out of place and ruins the book almost completely

  7. Paul Paul says:

    Despite a decent premise this book fails to deliverThe main character has life hand him a shit sandwich some of which is caused by his own actions then he proceeds to make things worse by smearing said sandwich across the face of almost everyone he encountersAdd in a casualdismissive attitude towards killing that makes James Bond look like a flaming liberalWith a frankly ludicrous plot twistelement and the only slightly redeeming factor is that everyone who deserves to die does so Along with everyone elseThe book had promise but fails to deliver

  8. Geoff. Lamb Geoff. Lamb says:

    The overall story is interesting That said Brian Samuals is a most unlikeable character Yes he received a dire diagnosis No his remaining time to live is short Yes he has scores to settle though most of them are trivial For this reader some of the story once Samuals is into his killing spree border on the absurd On the plus side the author creates an engaging character in Natasha In the end Samuals is a bitter man whose end did not come soon enough

  9. Cindy Lea Cindy Lea says:

    I finished it butIt was painfulI mean aliens?? Could have done without that chapter and it's excerpts I had high hopes from the beginning but set the bar too high

  10. rita zamarripa rita zamarripa says:

    Good readGreat storyline Loved the characters Kept me reading on But some parts were so long drawn out that I lost interest I skipped uite a few parts

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10 thoughts on “101 People to Kill Before I Die

  1. T.M. Merremont T.M. Merremont says:

    A Bloodbath of Bullets and Belly laughsWhat if your life in retirement from CIA Ops was a boring mess? You now exist in a corporate world of cubicles with obnoxious co workers and a marriage gone bad What if you felt that the world pretty much sucked but you have to put up with all of the shit to support an ex wife you now despise and a child you aren’t allowed to see? What can you do?But what if one day a doctor told you that you had only three months to live?And finally what if you were a now a dying man who reminded himself that he had as Liam Neeson’s retired CIA Op character in TAKEN would say “A very particular set of skills ”? So why not kill all of the assholes?Brian Samuels is a seriocomic sledgehammer of a character who launches a bullet flared vendetta against a world stifled by boring complacency and smug in its corruption As the bullets fly and the bodies pile up we sometimes find ourselves laughing aloud at the blood soaked humor of novelist Anthony O’Connor’s tour de force satire of pulp heroes such as Mickey Spillane’s Mike Hammer It’s all in good fun with lovable strippers and seductive Russian female assassins added to the mixUnless you are one of those post modernist French intellectuals who considered Spillane a genius you won’t find any deeper meaning here – just the most hilarious killing spree that would give Sam Peckinpah uentin Tarantino hard ons PS This being an O’Connor novel you can expect some silly aliens to enter the carnage

  2. J.D. Schechter J.D. Schechter says:

    Stupidly engaging The plot is off the wall the characters almost likeable and the writing fairly good It could be subtitled 'Keystone Cops Kill Half of Australia '

  3. Chuck Chuck says:

    Levels of conflictNot bad overall goes a little sideways at the very end Personally didn't think the last additional level of conflict was needed

  4. annette williams annette williams says:

    It couldn't end any other way What a ride Couldn't put it down because I had to know what happened next Funny sexy a little gory and lots of killing What would your hit list look like if you knew you were dying Who would be looking to kill you for your revenge killing of their loved one? Definitely worth the read

  5. Rohit Rohit says:

    The protagonist Brian Samuels goes on a killing spree after he’s been diagnosed with terminal cancer with only six months to live He has a list of his own One of his kills does not go as planned and he accidentally kills the American ambassador to Australia At other points he also kills the son of a Russian gangster and the son of a Chinese gangster So we have the Australian police army anti terrorist suad CIA Russian gangsters and Chinese gangsters all trying desperately to kill him They corner him in a small town Very interesting premiseThe buildup to this point was good I was getting seriously hooked And then what happens? Aark Aaark Aarrk Varrk Aark Aaark An alien shows up Seriously? I couldn’t believe what I was reading I think I felt betrayed by the author there Anyways it was a good read with humor The ending was a little weird but I liked The author has left a lot for the readers to imagineIf you read this book do count how many people Brian really killed in the book for me I lost count after 21

  6. Kent Kent says:

    I really enjoyed this book the premise was very interesting and the violence and mayhem that ensued were entertainingly farcical The main character who discoverers he has six months to live decides to wreak revenge on all those he has decided have done him wrong He is a misogynistic conspiracy theorist with a short fuseI have had to mark the book down to two stars because of the confused and bewilderingly comprehensively unsatisfactory conclusion sadly the last few chapters really brought the book down to earth with a resounding thumpPlease Mr O'Connor the book deserves a better ending sure I understand there were never going to be winners but the Sci Fi ending is totally out of place and ruins the book almost completely

  7. Paul Paul says:

    Despite a decent premise this book fails to deliverThe main character has life hand him a shit sandwich some of which is caused by his own actions then he proceeds to make things worse by smearing said sandwich across the face of almost everyone he encountersAdd in a casualdismissive attitude towards killing that makes James Bond look like a flaming liberalWith a frankly ludicrous plot twistelement and the only slightly redeeming factor is that everyone who deserves to die does so Along with everyone elseThe book had promise but fails to deliver

  8. Geoff. Lamb Geoff. Lamb says:

    The overall story is interesting That said Brian Samuals is a most unlikeable character Yes he received a dire diagnosis No his remaining time to live is short Yes he has scores to settle though most of them are trivial For this reader some of the story once Samuals is into his killing spree border on the absurd On the plus side the author creates an engaging character in Natasha In the end Samuals is a bitter man whose end did not come soon enough

  9. Cindy Lea Cindy Lea says:

    I finished it butIt was painfulI mean aliens?? Could have done without that chapter and it's excerpts I had high hopes from the beginning but set the bar too high

  10. rita zamarripa rita zamarripa says:

    Good readGreat storyline Loved the characters Kept me reading on But some parts were so long drawn out that I lost interest I skipped uite a few parts

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