Shadow of the Drill
A brutal experience transforms an unproven young tough into a ruthless killing machine. For fifteen years he waited, building his body into an unstoppable weapon so that vengeance would be had through the strength of his will and the power of his hands.
On the bloodstained streets of a northwestern city, the enforcer known as the Drill stalks his prey. Judge, Jury, and Executioner; he seeks out those who target the weak, condemning them to the kind of justice that has made him a legend.
Decker, Rudy, and Charlene make up the lead group and while they weren’t necessarily relatable they were very likable, and that is just as important in my book.
The story is slow going, but interesting enough that you want to keep reading, but around 80%, in shit gets intense and your heart starts thumping. You’re not really sure what’s going to happen and who will live or die. This is around the same time that things get very graphic. I’m not one to get squeamish easily but I was cringing a few times. The writing is very well done and detailed, and you can almost feel the pain of this certain character (not naming names or specifics to avoid spoilers).
Over all I’d give this book 4 stars, it was really good and I will read book 2 when it comes out.