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Manic Monday: Jake Monday Chronicles #1 by [Michael, Robert]
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Jake is an assassin with a conscience. A man with a past he cannot recall, a future he cannot foresee, and questioning every moment of his present.

Working for the Galbraith Alliance, Jake begins to rebel against the organization in ways that put him in even greater danger than the assignments on which they send him. However, when he saves one of his targets instead of killing her, Jake discovers that his life as an assassin is more complicated than he thought.

The stakes are legendary, the danger acute, and the world may never be the same.

Manic Monday is the first novella in a series of seven (you know, like the days of the week) that completes the Jake Monday Chronicles. If you love television spy shows like Chuck, Blacklist, Alias, or 24, Jake Monday Chronicles will entertain you. Part action-espionage, part genre satire, part genre homage, Manic Monday is just a taste of the grander story of The Jake Monday Chronicles.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3527 KB
  • Print Length: 111 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Infinite Word Press; 2 edition (Feb. 27 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xb424f54c) out of 5 stars 24 reviews
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb3f02024) out of 5 stars Not really a book ... March 26 2014
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This isn't a book -- it's the beginning of a book. Reasonably well written and a decent story line would rate at least a 4 if it weren't simply a relatively short come-on to buy another book (or two or three, I don't know) to have the complete story.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb3f02654) out of 5 stars wish I didn't have to wait March 25 2013
By Rebecca - Published on
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I just finished this first installment, and am reminded why I usually don't read series of novels until they have all been written. I will be trying to figure out what comes next until the next one comes out. I love a book that keeps me guessing, but doesn't completely lose me.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb3f025c4) out of 5 stars Very fun read May 13 2013
By mexicharles - Published on
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Overall, I gave this book 5 stars. The book was relatively short and a pretty easy read. I never got bored reading and after the ending to this book, I plan on reading the next book soon. The only 'problem', if you can even call it that, I had with the book was that I thought there were too many pop culture references. A few here and there are fine; they help the reader understand that the book takes place in our world, but I felt slightly bogged down with the references. It didn't cause me to dislike the book any, I just felt that they weren't really necessary.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb3f0263c) out of 5 stars Great start ending on a cliff hanger! May 18 2014
By blakey - Published on
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It's not my usual style, but it was engaging and well written. I must say that the editing was well done, because I don't recall running into any errors. It's definitely a page turner and thrill ride, so buckle up! I'm definitely looking forward to the next book(s)!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb3f028e8) out of 5 stars Rather bouncy plot line never really grabbed me April 26 2014
By Patricia - Published on
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Jake is employed as an assassin but doesn't like his employer too much. We meet him on assignment where he wonders about maybe getting another job as he kills a few people. The all of a sudden Company A hires his employer to rid them of staff from Company B while Company B does the same thing re. Company A. It takes a while till this becomes clear. But then it gets even more complicated and Jake wonders whether he is really supposed to kill the person he was assigned to kill....
The plot jumped from scene to scene and assignment to assignment without any transitions , so we never really learn anything about Jake other than that he doesn't get along with Violet, a colleague. I found I didn't care for or about Jake or any of the other players or the jerk-along plot. Thanks but no thanks regarding sequels.