A Killer's Game

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A Killer's Game ❰PDF / Epub❯ ☉ A Killer's Game Author Luca Tahtieazym – Polishdarling.co.uk ‘I’m a killer, an assassin, a murderer, a criminal But above all, I’m an artist’

France, Achilles Clazay is a successful and charismatic businessman who is adored by his partner and ‘I’m a killer, an assassin, a murderer, a criminal But above all, I’m an artist’France,Achilles Clazay is a successful and charismatic businessman who is adored by his partner and respected by his colleagues He A Killer's Epub / is also a talented artist who lives for his workHis latest project is Françoise Laville and she’s gagged in the shower, about to die Because Achilles is the notorious serial killer who has been carving great works of art into the ‘canvas’ of his victims’ skin for five yearsBut a copycat murder soon changes everything in his brutally ordered life Naturally, Achilles is enraged by his imitator and will stop at nothing to find him He is a practised hunter, but the hunt for the imposter will reveal dark secrets even he couldn’t have dreamt of Will he survive the chase?.

    A Killer's Game PDF/EPUB Ú A Killer's Epub / at nothing to find him He is a practised hunter, but the hunt for the imposter will reveal dark secrets even he couldn’t have dreamt of Will he survive the chase?."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 242 pages
  • A Killer's Game
  • Luca Tahtieazym
  • English
  • 02 March 2018

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12 thoughts on “A Killer's Game

  1. Elaine Elaine says:

    Thank you to NetGalley for an ARC of A Killer's Game.

    I love mysteries about serial killers, procedurals about serial killers, but a story from the POV of a serial killer, like Dexter? Sign me up!

    Sadly, I didn't like this as much as I hoped.

    The writing and translation was decent, but it was hard for me to believe Achilles was a prolific serial killer.

    ** Minor spoilers ahead **

    For one thing, he worried a lot, especially once he realized there was a copycat mimicking his kills.

    He automatically assumed this person or that person was his adversary with no proof or evidence to back his suppositions.

    I understand he's impulsive and prone to erratic behavior; he is a serial killer, but I was hoping he was more level headed. Like Dexter.

    I know, I know, comparisons don't do any good, and Dexter and Achilles are apples and oranges. I prefer apples.

    Also, just because the main character is a serial killer does not mean I have to dislike him or her.

    There are plenty of unlikable characters in novels, but a story means more when an unpleasant character has a quality or two a reader admires and/or respects.

    I didn't admire Achilles; I was surprised he had eluded capture by the authorities for so long because he seemed more emotional for a serial killer than I expected.

    Also, the constant references to Greek mythology (because his first name is Achilles) grew tiresome fast.

    Now, that ending...which I guessed. I didn't believe it and I'll tell you why.

    There's no exposition on this character, no background or details to help the reader relate or sympathize with this person.

    Also, the reason behind this individual's actions was so...cliche.

    I understand the POV is from Achilles who doesn't care about anyone but himself so we lack certain details about supporting and minor characters but the ending was not so much a big reveal but a big letdown.

    I might read another book by this author. Maybe.

  2. Caffeinated Onigiri Caffeinated Onigiri says:

    📚REVIEW+CONFESSION🤐

    🎯🔪I picked this one up because the synopsis reminded me of that Korean film where a serial killer discovered that his daughter's boyfriend was also a serial killer, upon which he decided to do away with that boyfriend, so to speak. Now before anybody gets too excited: it was the prospect of two serial killers up against each other. Confession: I'd always be interested in that.

    From the 📚:
    ●It’s my conception of life that makes me so special. Or immoral. Or cruel. Whatever you want to call it. I’m cynical and I have good foresight.
    ●Here’s a tip, in case you ever get the urge yourself to become a halfway decent criminal: to be successful, a killer needs to be a social chameleon.

    🎯🔪The book follows a serial killer nicknamed by media as The Artist who artistically leaves sketches of grand monuments on victims' abdomens. A new murder occurs, and is attributed by police as The Artist's fifth known killing, but The Artist himself is surprised - outraged - because this latest art display is not actually his own. So he sets out to discover whether it is a trap, an accident, or if there is a copycat to be hunted down.

    🎯🔪The Artist is Achilles Clazay: a successful sales-person. I enjoyed following him seek out his potential copycat. He dons other personas for sticky situations, such as befriending the police officer in charge. There are snippets of his past, which explain and deepen... And although there isn't much seen of his normal life back home as he zigzags France, one thing is that his partner, lovely Claire, does have the traits which he prefers in all his human canvas 👀

    ☑️Writing: The translation was 👍💘.
    ☑️Plot: I wanted more to be honest, but I still liked how it went. I was invested in who the potential copycat was (or at all?) and if Clazay was right.
    ☑️Character: Solid. Reasonably paranoid, meticulous, deceptively harmless MC.
    ☑️A decent amount of killing took place 😶.

    4🌟

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for this ebook version of advance reader copy.

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  3. Lara Lara says:

    The story was good but I think something may have been lost in translation. I love a good serial killer mystery I really looked forward to this book, but it wasn't as good as I had hoped.

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12 thoughts on “A Killer's Game

  1. Elaine Elaine says:

    Thank you to NetGalley for an ARC of A Killer's Game.

    I love mysteries about serial killers, procedurals about serial killers, but a story from the POV of a serial killer, like Dexter? Sign me up!

    Sadly, I didn't like this as much as I hoped.

    The writing and translation was decent, but it was hard for me to believe Achilles was a prolific serial killer.

    ** Minor spoilers ahead **

    For one thing, he worried a lot, especially once he realized there was a copycat mimicking his kills.

    He automatically assumed this person or that person was his adversary with no proof or evidence to back his suppositions.

    I understand he's impulsive and prone to erratic behavior; he is a serial killer, but I was hoping he was more level headed. Like Dexter.

    I know, I know, comparisons don't do any good, and Dexter and Achilles are apples and oranges. I prefer apples.

    Also, just because the main character is a serial killer does not mean I have to dislike him or her.

    There are plenty of unlikable characters in novels, but a story means more when an unpleasant character has a quality or two a reader admires and/or respects.

    I didn't admire Achilles; I was surprised he had eluded capture by the authorities for so long because he seemed more emotional for a serial killer than I expected.

    Also, the constant references to Greek mythology (because his first name is Achilles) grew tiresome fast.

    Now, that ending...which I guessed. I didn't believe it and I'll tell you why.

    There's no exposition on this character, no background or details to help the reader relate or sympathize with this person.

    Also, the reason behind this individual's actions was so...cliche.

    I understand the POV is from Achilles who doesn't care about anyone but himself so we lack certain details about supporting and minor characters but the ending was not so much a big reveal but a big letdown.

    I might read another book by this author. Maybe.


  2. Caffeinated Onigiri Caffeinated Onigiri says:

    📚REVIEW+CONFESSION🤐

    🎯🔪I picked this one up because the synopsis reminded me of that Korean film where a serial killer discovered that his daughter's boyfriend was also a serial killer, upon which he decided to do away with that boyfriend, so to speak. Now before anybody gets too excited: it was the prospect of two serial killers up against each other. Confession: I'd always be interested in that.

    From the 📚:
    ●It’s my conception of life that makes me so special. Or immoral. Or cruel. Whatever you want to call it. I’m cynical and I have good foresight.
    ●Here’s a tip, in case you ever get the urge yourself to become a halfway decent criminal: to be successful, a killer needs to be a social chameleon.

    🎯🔪The book follows a serial killer nicknamed by media as The Artist who artistically leaves sketches of grand monuments on victims' abdomens. A new murder occurs, and is attributed by police as The Artist's fifth known killing, but The Artist himself is surprised - outraged - because this latest art display is not actually his own. So he sets out to discover whether it is a trap, an accident, or if there is a copycat to be hunted down.

    🎯🔪The Artist is Achilles Clazay: a successful sales-person. I enjoyed following him seek out his potential copycat. He dons other personas for sticky situations, such as befriending the police officer in charge. There are snippets of his past, which explain and deepen... And although there isn't much seen of his normal life back home as he zigzags France, one thing is that his partner, lovely Claire, does have the traits which he prefers in all his human canvas 👀

    ☑️Writing: The translation was 👍💘.
    ☑️Plot: I wanted more to be honest, but I still liked how it went. I was invested in who the potential copycat was (or at all?) and if Clazay was right.
    ☑️Character: Solid. Reasonably paranoid, meticulous, deceptively harmless MC.
    ☑️A decent amount of killing took place 😶.

    4🌟

    Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for this ebook version of advance reader copy.

    #lucatahtieazym #alexandramaldwyndavies #akillersgame #crimefiction #crimebooks #frenchtranslated #bookstagram #octoberread #readerofinstagram #netgalley #bookreview #ebook #arc #memoirofamurderer #serialkiller


  3. Lara Lara says:

    The story was good but I think something may have been lost in translation. I love a good serial killer mystery I really looked forward to this book, but it wasn't as good as I had hoped.


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