Kro

Kro Companion story to the Night Walk Men Saga This short story involves a character from the new novel The Devil s Right Hand but it can be read independently No one knows who the Night Walk Men really a

  • Title: Kro
  • Author: Jason McIntyre
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Companion story to the Night Walk Men Saga This short story involves a character from the new novel The Devil s Right Hand but it can be read independently.No one knows who the Night Walk Men really are They are unseen, unknown Kro is an all new story straight from the timeline of the forthcoming novel, The Devil s Right Hand and introduces a character sure to becomCompanion story to the Night Walk Men Saga This short story involves a character from the new novel The Devil s Right Hand but it can be read independently.No one knows who the Night Walk Men really are They are unseen, unknown Kro is an all new story straight from the timeline of the forthcoming novel, The Devil s Right Hand and introduces a character sure to become a favourite within the Night Walk Men universe.Protege in a burgeoning drug empire, James Wong is left for dead on a wet Vancouver street He unburdens himself before the end and begins to accept that his hopes and dreams will never be realized He s either going to get out of this dangerous line of work in a body bag or he s going to have a run in with a saving angel who has black hair down past her shoulder in a long flat dagger, hiding her eyes.

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      Published :2018-08-08T04:25:54+00:00

    1 thought on “Kro”

    1. A very short tease for McIntyre's upcoming novel The Devil's Right Hand, which is set in the same universe as this and the author's previous short story, The Night Walk Men. Despite its brevity, or maybe because of it, this short story was a resounding success, as it's made me quite excited for the novel.

    2. Another great story by Jason McIntyre! This one goes with the Night Walk Men series, and has characters from the upcoming novel The Devil's Right Hand. I love this series and can't wait for more!

    3. Like most of McIntyre's work, I am a sucker for anything regarding The Night Walk Men! So, once I found this little gem being given away on as a free e-book I naturally scooped it up.Again, it's another short read, but oh my god. I was fortunate enough to be a beta reader for Jason's new full length novel THE DEVIL'S RIGHT HAND and KRO was simply perfect. It actually cast a new hue of grey on the next instalment of his work, and I'm pretty sure I did a small fangirl *SQQUEEEEEE* when I read it. [...]

    4. This is my first time reading McIntyre's work and I was very pleased with it. I haven't read "The Night Walk Men" which this story is closely related to, but I didn't feel that I needed to do so either.In this story I was hooked early on by the characters and was kept glued to my e-reader as the story unfolded. Since it was a fairly short read, it was more like a teaser. That normally doesn't sit well with me, but I think it was also a great story by itself and that the tease was just an added b [...]

    5. Kro is a short story "prequel" to The Devil's Right Hand and it is a shocker. It gives you just enough of a punch to take your breath away but also leave you breathlessly saying "MORE, MORE, MORE"!!! Kro is the kind of character you could see yourself being best friends with, if you were privileged enough to walk in the WALK MEN'S world. Stop reading reviews and start buying Jason McIntyre's books. I say to buy all of them, but if you don't wanna commit that hard yet, at least try the Night Walk [...]

    6. I loved the writing style of this author, which plunged straight into the action - great action. Setting the scene for what's to come, I thought the introduction to the characters and story extremely well done. I certainly want to read more - I was intrigued to say the least, and look forward to the rest.Recommended.

    7. Good companion short story to McIntyre's other one. Gives a fun insight into the world he has created (and I assume will be explored in more depth in the novel); creepy elements and lots of mystique. Judging from the two short stories I have read, I'm looking forward to reading the novel.

    8. Don't answer thatAs always perfect. Jason never fails to reel me into any of his shorts/novels in just a few words. Definitely will be reading more of the Night Walk Men.

    9. I LOVE this series The writing is excellent and the story is even better. I definitely recommend this book as well as the whole saga.

    10. Kro (The Night Walk Men, #3) by Jason McIntyreKro introduces a new character within the "The Night Walk Men Series". James Wong is left for dead on the streets of Vancouver. Being involved in the drug trade will not end well for James. As he ponders his life, until an unexpected experience occurs. Masterfully written by Jason McIntyre I was hooked from the first page. So much happens on these pages. Overall I can say this is another fantastic satisfying read. I highly recommend Kro and the other [...]

    11. I had read short snippets of this author's work on the web, and I have to say, when I finally got around to reading this short story, I was truly blown away. (I hate that cliche, but it's true.) The bad: it's a short story. It left me wanting more. The good: the writing is phenomenal. Yes, there's more to tell, but it's a perfect short story in that all the elements you need are there and you truly get inside the head of the main character. The better: There are more stories! And as soon as I ge [...]

    12. A very short taster for The Night Walk Men and The Devils Right Hand. Think I will be investing in them. Very good stuff.This review was written before I started to take my reviewing seriously. I would need to re-read the book to give it a serious and fair review so the above review was what I posted at the time.

    13. This is an interesting teaser. Readers meet James Wong, who is in a bit of trouble. A woman, he thinks must be an angel, named Kro, comes to his aid. Telling James to use the name Tyler Cho, for his own safety, Kro helps him out and then readers are given just a peek into what look like an amazing story.

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