Review - Night by Casey Christie

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Year Published: 2014
Genre: Crime

Night is a winner. Rough, real, challenging...and ultimately redemptive, this novel gives an unflinching look inside the rancid, raunchy, frightening underworld of South African organized crime as fought by the South African Police Force.  A violent world of paramilitary police, African style layers of intrigue, and a mix of cultures brings a special atmosphere to an excellent story, great characters and a wonderful style of rhythm that drives this book forward.

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My Take on the Book:
I liked the fact that this book was based in South Africa (which is the country I live in, for those that don't know); there were times when I found the jargon a little confusing, and also felt that the end of the book was a little rushed. I ended up giving the book a four star rating, and got a copy in exchange for an honest review.

Last Word:
This book took me a little longer to read since I'm also participating in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). Nonetheless, this was an enjoyable book to read.