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Trailer ✓ Kill Line PDF by ☆ Robert Leigh Kill Line is a dark comedy that offers a perfect snapshot of modern life Robert Leigh skilfully taps into the simmering rage that, for most of us, never seems too far away and embodies it in his likeable and, on the surface oh so reasonable, protagonist Due to being made redundant, Shaun is a put upon call centre operative who is forced to endure all of the abuse and boredom that goes along with the job Despite his efficiency, Sean is often subjected to the rage of the callers who, in the safety of their own home and protected by the distance of the phone line, insult and denigrate him Whilst visiting one such caller in the hope of getting him to see the error of his ways, Shaun accidentally kills him and thus a side career in murder is born All of Shaun s intelligence and energy, which is wasted in the call centre, becomes focussed o Oof I finished this book, at 12 37 on the 16th of January 2014 , and want to share my thoughts Firstly I have to say that for a first time novelist Leigh really just goes for it with the narrative I had a few, oh god , moments of stopping and thinking about what Shaun was saying It is the real dialogue that allows us to have the juxtaposition of an ordinary man in an ordinary job but with this murderous instinct and logic The pace of the story really picks up and as Shaun starts to develop into a killer, I feltanxious reading it, quite clever of the author to solicit frantic feelings and thoughts as the character also starts to get deeper into his dark side I ve seen that people have commented about the ending already The ending left me wanting to continue reading, which for me is a real positive thing, especially since it will be a trilogy and I have a lot of questions that I m What a great premise Scary and brutal.
The Kill LineBy Robert LeighMy first reaction to this novel was, you have to be kidding me then I thought it must be a black comedy That was how I got past the vividly described first murder of many Kill Line is aptly named.
Inbound call centre representative Shaun has his own unique way of dealing with difficult customers They have to pass a series of tests before they get nominated for the dubious honour of receiving a personal call from Shaun.
The process dehumanises the victim This is where things get tricky because I ended up wondering whom the victim was.
the caller or Shaun He was likable and the abusive callers sounded thoroughly unlikable.
This is the reason it becomes possible to accept what Shaun does This is black comedy at its most compelling.
I found myself pausing every so often Kill Line is a dark comedy that offers a perfect snapshot of modern life Robert Leigh skilfully taps into the simmering rage that, for most of us, never seems too far away and embodies it in his likeable and, on the surface oh so reasonable, protagonist Due to being made redundant, Shaun is a put upon call centre operative who is forced to endure all of the abuse and boredom that goes along with the job Despite his efficiency, Sean is often subjected to the rage of the callers who, in the safety of their own home and protected by the distance of the phone line, insult and denigrate him Whilst visiting one such caller in the hope of getting him to see the error of his ways, Shaun accidentally kills him and thus a side career in murder is born All of Shaun s intelligence and energy, which is wasted in the call centre, becomes focussed o Oof I finished this book, at 12 37 on the 16th of January 2014 , and want to share my thoughts Firstly I have to say that for a first time novelist Leigh really just goes for it with the narrative I had a few, oh god , moments of stopping and thinking about what Shaun was saying It is the real dialogue that allows us to have the juxtaposition of an ordinary man in an ordinary job but with this murderous instinct and logic The pace of the story really picks up and as Shaun starts to develop into a killer, I feltanxious reading it, quite clever of the author to solicit frantic feelings and thoughts as the character also starts to get deeper into his dark side I ve seen that people have commented about the ending already The ending left me wanting to continue reading, which for me is a real positive thing, especially since it will be a trilogy and I have a lot of questions that I m What a great premise Scary and brutal.
The Kill LineBy Robert LeighMy first reaction to this novel was, you have to be kidding me then I thought it must be a black comedy That was how I got past the vividly described first murder of many Kill Line is aptly named.
Inbound call centre representative Shaun has his own unique way of dealing with difficult customers They have to pass a series of tests before they get nominated for the dubious honour of receiving a personal call from Shaun.
The process dehumanises the victim This is where things get tricky because I ended up wondering whom the victim was.
the caller or Shaun He was likable and the abusive callers sounded thoroughly unlikable.
This is the reason it becomes possible to accept what Shaun does This is black comedy at its most compelling.
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After bartending his way around Spain and the West End of London, Robert Leigh returned to his home city of Liverpool and began writing Leigh s works include The Retribution Trilogy third book currently in production and From Lime Street to Yirgacheffe a true story, of sorts.