Dire Means

Dire Means Download Dire Means Geoffrey Neil Natusphysiotherapy Can Love Be Extorted An Ingenious Vigilante Launches A Bizarre Mission To End Homelessness In The Coveted Beach Side City Of Santa Monica Randomly Chosen Citizens Mysteriously Disappear After They Are Secretly Videotaped Ignoring Or Exhibiting Cruelty To The Homeless Days Later, Their Corpses Show Up In The Streets, Bearing A Message The Vigilante S Demand Is Clear Be Kind To The Homeless Or Risk The Same Horrifying Fate With Law Enforcement Stymied, Santa Monica Becomes A Virtual Armed EncampmentCitizens Engage In Flagrant Displays Of Public Kindness As The Only Way To Feel Safe Outside Their Homes Businesses Join In, Using Storefront Window Signs To Flaunt Perks For The Homeless And Avoid Being Targeted Mark Denny, A Computer Technician, Is Lured And Then Trapped In The Vigilante S Scheme To Maintain The Public S Fear Fueled Generosity Matching Technological Wits Is The Only Way He Can End The City S Terror, But It Could Cost His LifeThis Taut Thriller Brings You Page After Page Of Nail Biting Tension Laced With Moral Quandaries

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  • Paperback
  • 307 pages
  • Dire Means
  • Geoffrey Neil
  • English
  • 05 March 2017
  • 0615292496

10 thoughts on “Dire Means

  1. says:

    Once I started reading, I just wanted to keep reading, which is generally a quality I consider good in a novel This story has a lot going for it, from a interesting and bizarre plot to a great main character, tied together with writing that was easy to read and be involved by.Unfortunately, it took a little while to get there.I thought this when I just a short way into the novel and still think it now that the first four or six chapters or however many there are until Mark was introduced are Once I started reading, I just wanted to keep reading, which is generally a quality I consider good in a novel This story has a lot going for it, from a interesting and bizarre plot to a great main character, tied together with writing that was easy to read and be involved by.Unfortunately, it took a little while to get there.I thought this when I just a short way into the novel and still think it now that the first four or six chapters or however many there are until Mark was introduced are the worst part of this novel They re written in a super cheesy thriller type way with clumsy attempts at invoking suspense and absolutely nothing that makes me care about what s happening Even after reading the entire novel I still feel like they weren...

  2. says:

    Moves along briskly enough but requires a large dollop of suspended disbelief The overall scenario and establishment response it a shade too much to swallow although the writing style is readable but needs sharpening.The characters are a trifle thin and a few could be dismissed entirely, or their actions limited, which might tighten up the whole tale For instance, Uncle Leon takes a hunk of text and yet adds very little to the story overall Favors UK favours explanation takes up several Ki Moves along briskly enough but requires a large dollop of suspended disbelief The overall scenario and establishment response it a shade too much to swallow although the writing style is readable but needs sharpening.The characters are a trifle thin and a few could be dismissed entirely, or their actions limited, which might tighten up the whole tale For instance, Uncle Leon takes a hunk of text and yet adds very little to the story overall Favors UK favours explanation takes up several Kindle pages and goes nowhere relevant Neva has a drawn out prayer session that could be reduced from several pages to a paragraph and not lose anything.There is also a lot of minor de...

  3. says:

    Great book good story enjoyed it a lot.

  4. says:

    I found Dire Means thanks entirely to the Storybundle.com Mystery Suspense bundle earlier this year something I bought intending to give as a gift to my mother in law, an avid mystery reader While I find myselfeasily satisfied in a good history book or sci fi piece, something made Dire Means stick out among the other books in the bundle and I found myself hanging onto it even while letting the others go on as gifts.Dire Means grabbed my interest immediately The first six or so ch I found Dire Means thanks entirely to the Storybundle.com Mystery Suspense bundle earlier this year something I bought intending to give as a gift to my mother in law, an avid mystery reader While I find myselfeasily satisfied in a good history book or sci fi piece, something made Dire Means stick out among the other books in the bundle and I found myself hanging onto it even while letting the others go on as gifts.Dire Means grabbed my interest immediately The first six or so chapters detail something happening without an explanation Suddenly, the book changes settings and writing styles completely to begin a character story about ...

  5. says:

    I read Dire Means quite some time ago and am finally getting to the review I am reader and not a writer, is my only excuse The story is clever and different, which is not a statement that comes lightly to an avid reader I enjoyed the suspense and especially, the kick female character, Morana She s one of those types you have a love hate relationship with as you read.The crux of the novel is that a criminally minded homeless ...

  6. says:

    My review fromdated 11 13 2013Title An Unique Twist to the Mystery ThrillerThe main character of this book is just a nice guy trying to do nice things for others However, when he attempts to stop someone from jumping off a building, he life changes drastically All of a sudden is a superstar of Santa Monica, a hero during a time of disappearances He gets an invitation to see something that he will like and takes the bait Unfortunately it turns his life around evenand he i My review fromdated 11 13 2013Title An Unique Twist to the Mystery ThrillerThe main character of this book is just a nice guy trying to do nice ...

  7. says:

    I entered the elevator willingly, and couldn t get off until the ride was over Geoff Neil s writing style flows easily from one chapter to the next and I found it easy to keep sliding my finger across the ipad screen, craving .I got a bit emotional as I wended my way through this story I groaned at Mark s stupidity with the gas station guys, and thought, Well, duh How did you think that was going to turn out I also worried far too often for Mark s safety I may have to charge the autho I entered the elevator willingly, and couldn t get off until the ride was over Geoff Neil s writing style flows easily from one chapter to the next and I found it easy to keep sliding my finger across the ipad screen, craving .I got a bit emotional as I wended my way through this story I groaned at Mark s stupidity with the gas station guys, and thought, Well, duh How did you think that was going to turn out I also worried far too often for Mark s safety I may have to charge the author for my next hair color jobI m sure I have a fewgray s So many characters came to life for me, they were painted so vividly Some you adore, some you think are quirky, and some are so easy to loathe I think I know just who should play Pop in the movie can t you just see Morgan Freeman I liked that we had a really strong female character to root for as well.On aserious t...

  8. says:

    I m not totally sure what I think about this book I just know I couldn t stop reading it Sort of like trying to look away from a car accident, maybe Not that the book wasn t well written It was There were an awful lot of characters and they weren t all well developed However, the concept and the plot were fascinating Even though I love mysteries, I minto the gentle or, at least, less bloody most of the time British type I even caught myself looking away from the page a few time I m not totally sure what I think about this book I just know I couldn t stop reading it Sort of like trying to look away from a car acciden...

  9. says:

    No Solitaire for me last night I had to finish reading Dire Means The concept was compelling, and Neil s treatment of it was engrossing Thanks a lot for keeping me up until 2 45 AM, Mr Neil Dire Means is a novel that treats a dilemma I find myself thinking about from time to time how to respond to the homeless I encounter I d like to belike the hero, Mark Denn...

  10. says:

    Very good reading that deals with an issue affecting countless cities and states not only across America but globally as well The issue is homelessness and this story takes place in Los Angeles CA one big reason I wanted to read the book since I live in Los Angeles Great descriptions of Santa Monica and the author describes most of the characters nicely, enabling the reader to make a connection with them.The last couple of chapters were intense Unable to put the Kindle down until I read the Very good reading that deals with an issue affecting countless cities and states not only across America but globally as well The issue is homelessness and this story takes place in Los Angeles CA one big reason I wanted to read the book since I live in Los Angeles Great descriptions of Santa Monica and the author describes most of the characters nicely, enabling the reader to make a connection with them.The last couple of chapters were intense Unable to put the Kindle down un...

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