The Meaning Of Theft David s urban routine is interrupted by an unexpected moment of thievery and he is instantly obsessed with the excitement it unleashes With his colleague he embarks on a mission to steal from the cit

  • Title: The Meaning Of Theft
  • Author: Peter O'Mahoney
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 389
  • Format: ebook
  • David s urban routine is interrupted by an unexpected moment of thievery and he is instantly obsessed with the excitement it unleashes With his colleague, he embarks on a mission to steal from the city that has stolen much of his life.They become entangled in a web of compulsion and their lust for corruption branches out to grip every aspect of their tedious lives, drivinDavid s urban routine is interrupted by an unexpected moment of thievery and he is instantly obsessed with the excitement it unleashes With his colleague, he embarks on a mission to steal from the city that has stolen much of his life.They become entangled in a web of compulsion and their lust for corruption branches out to grip every aspect of their tedious lives, driving them to adrenalin inducing highs, but only fuelling their need for further crime Can they control their addiction before it controls them

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    1. I was suspicious of this book when it had so many reviews so soon and all from people who just joined . So I tested my theory. And what I can tell you for sure is that it is awful.

    2. I think thrillers are getting more and more character driven (think Gone Girl) and this is another one. I really hope that this is the way of the future for thrillers, I love reading engaging characters. I still love to be thrilled but the characters add another dimension to it.That said, the main character's life in this story is a mess. He hops from one day to the next without ever feeling anything.I saw alot of myself in some of the characters, not David, but alot of the supporting cast.It's [...]

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