Fast paced, cinematic and violent
Reading a Wood thriller about enigmatic assassin-for-hire Victor is like a high-velocity ride on a bullet
Victor is a fascinating character . . . brilliant
The Darkest Day is a true thrill a minute, guns blazing, action packed novel
Expertly choreographed - few writers working in the genre at present can rival Wood's fluency at creating action scenes
Fists, feet and bullets fly in this fast-paced thriller from the dark side of international espionage as gun-for-hire Victor tries work out if he should trust Raven, an equally enigmatic assassin, or kill her. Great insights into the tradecraft and psychology of the professional hunter.
[Victor] reminds me of Dexter - the serial killer who again by any societal moral standards everyone should hate and abhor, yet you simply had to love him