The Final Hour was a fun read. This book is a part of a series about an assassin named Victor. I haven’t read the other books in the series, but I was able to understand what was going on in the plot and I felt there was enough character development. The author did a great job of creating a cold assassin that was actually likeable.
Victor’s unapologetic efficiency at his profession is part of what makes this book great. There is a sort of honor-among-thieves mentality, but only slightly, because assassins can’t really have long-term allies. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what makes Victor likeable since he acts in his own interest, but I did like him.
I won’t give too much away, but in this book, Victor dodges both the CIA and other killers. He teams up with Raven, another likeable assassin. (Raven actually comes through as a bit more compassionate because she at least has family that she cares about. ) I enjoyed reading about how Victor and Raven managed sticky situations.
There isn’t anything too profound in this book. Like its character, it is an unapologetic for what it is and I, for one, appreciate it.
I will be checking out more books in the Victor series.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from First to Read.