* * * * * * * * * 9/10
We start with the main character waking up in a bathtub filled with blood, without his memories – a very good start, one which made the book hard to put down from the get-go. From there, we go from one thing to another to discover who this man is. He’s snarky, he’s sarcastic, he’s full of himself and he’s so much fun to read.
This isn’t the type of book you want to take seriously. While I wouldn’t call it a comedy, it does make me think the author was making fun of titles like Constantine, or the Dresdon Files. There’s a lot of talent in this book and it’s well worth a read.