Eliot

Eliot What defines justified transgressions No two people will agree on what is acceptable moral right wrong deserving heroic or criminal in Eliot and that is what pushes us to truly look inside our o

  • Title: Eliot
  • Author: Michael Wood Jr.
  • ISBN: 9781470099848
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • What defines justified transgressions No two people will agree on what is acceptable, moral, right, wrong, deserving, heroic, or criminal in Eliot and that is what pushes us to truly look inside our own souls Do you see the actions of the vigilante killer set on revenge, the drug dealer just trying to survive, or the cop trying to preserve his legacy as justified, or isWhat defines justified transgressions No two people will agree on what is acceptable, moral, right, wrong, deserving, heroic, or criminal in Eliot and that is what pushes us to truly look inside our own souls Do you see the actions of the vigilante killer set on revenge, the drug dealer just trying to survive, or the cop trying to preserve his legacy as justified, or is it all just excuses to mask our own hidden understanding that very little separates sanity and psychosis Eliot was written by an actively serving Balti Police Department Officer It doesn t get any real than that.Eliot lets you into the mind of a killer and the real world of police on the streets.Give Eliot a try, you will not be disappointed.There is also a website with extras to enhance the experience.michaelawoodjr

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    1. I think it's awesome, but I wrote it!Here's what Kindle Book Review had to say:4 StarsA Strong Debut, May 19, 2012By The Kindle Book ReviewThis review is from: Eliot (Paperback) Michael A. Wood, Jr draws extensively upon his life as a police officer in his novel, “Eliot,” which in fact opens with a handy mini-dictionary of cop-speak. This, however, does not prepare the reader for the opening passages of the book. The protagonist Eliot Watts, does not believe himself to be psychotic, just ven [...]

    2. Wow, just wow! Not my usual genre, however I was hooked from the first chapter. I grew up with a friend who's father and stepfather both worked in Baltimore's Homicide. I remember listening to the stories with disbelief. This book took me back in time,thinking about those stories. Eliot is a man with a mission. Avenge the death of his daughter who was killed by a drug dealer. I don't like violence, but found myself cheering for Eliot every time a drug dealer was taken down. Eliot is a passionate [...]

    3. This book portrays a very real picture of life on the streets of Baltimore and of the BPD. Once I started reading it, it was hard to put down. I finished the book in 2 days!!! The book is action packed and has you wondering about Eliot's next escape. It's a must read!

    4. Baltimore Police Officer Eliot Watts is a man who is drowning in grief after the hit and run death of his daughter by a suspected drug dealer. His main objective is revenge as he tracks down drug dealers and interrogates them before killing them. He feels that he is not only seeking revenge for his daughter but doing a great service to the community by eliminating the drug dealers. Detective Noah Faulkner believes the killings are being done by a vigilante cop and sets out to prove his case. Pol [...]

    5. What a fun book this was. Once I started it, I read it in about two days, since it is very entertaining and fast-paced enough to keep the readers from getting bored. There’s a good sense of suspense throughout the novel. Even as we meet and see who the vigilante is, we don’t really know much about him or what makes him do the things he does, so we don’t feel entirely comfortable. Which is exactly the point. He is a nicely done character with different layers that make him fun to read about [...]

    6. Mix a dash of Dexter into the batter of Crash and you have Eliot. A gritty story filled with characters that leave you reflective long after you have finished the book.Written between first person and third person, the style creates a greater depth as the events unfold."I am not a psychopath." Enter Eliot Watts, a Baltimore City Cop working on Eastern Division. Over two years ago fate intervened with a great tragedy that has set him upon his current course.Mr. Wood delivers three dimensional cha [...]

    7. I absolutely loved this book! I literally couldn't put it down. I loved how all the characters lives intertwined and came together. The ironic thing was the book was such a page-turner yet I so didn't want it to end. I would highly recommend this crime novel to others and look forward to more books from Mr. Wood. Received book free from GoodReads.

    8. Really excellent read, great character development. Interesting and kept my attention. I was drawn in by all the details and real life like situations. Very compelling and emotional. I was very lucky to have won this in a Giveaway.

    9. Based on the name of the book, you can guess who the 'guy' is but we don't know who caused Eliot to snap. Several years ago Sydney, Eliot and Jess's daughter was ran down and left to die in her mothers arms. It was said the driver was a drug dealer.Eliot's mission was to take down the number of known drug dealers at the time of Sydney's death.He is a vigilante cop who commits the perfect murders because he knows the ins and owns and how to avoid being caught.Is is wrong what he is doing? Yes but [...]

    10. Sargent Eliot Watts is a Baltimore policeman with a secret. His young daughter was killed by a drug dealer in a hit and run. Eliot is on a mission to find and eliminate the murderer of his little girl. This book was very good because it follows Eliot and his mission but it also follows the police department's investigation. It is a short but very engrossing book.

    11. Love the ending, the book has dexter vibe all over it in a good way, it's like I can almost hear the narration in my head ;)

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