But when Jason tries to put a stop to it, he finds that his new best friend has become the most dangerous enemy imaginable. And now it's far more than just his career that lies in the balance. A riveting tale of ambition, intrigue, and the price of success, Killer Instinct is Joseph Finder at his best.
"Steadman's 10-month ride from complacency to terror is filled with...thrills and chills." (Booklist)
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By Creeda on 13-03-17
Quite thrilling - although the hero is a wimp!
If you could sum up Killer Instinct in three words, what would they be?
Exciting, frightening, gripping
What other book might you compare Killer Instinct to, and why?
Company man by the same author
What about Scott Brick’s performance did you like?
Excellent performance in every way
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
Not really - don't like to reach the end of a good book
Any additional comments?
The wife seems to be an absolute pain in the neck- first she keeps pushing her husband to make lots of money, while making no money herself, and then claims money is of no importance to her (once he has achieved a high position and salary). There's a rather rude word to describe people like her, but I pretend to be well brought up!!
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By Emma on 08-06-06
Mediocre at best
I love mystery and suspense novels as much as the next person, but found nothing endearing about the book. Every character and relationship was an absolute steriotype. The sports-driven salesman married to a formerly-wealthy indy-film-watching abstract-art-dealing wife was enough to make me roll my eyes. Worse was the ridiculously obvious plot that a four-year-old could have written, and dull, predictable ending. Nothing in this book was surprising or suspenseful, and I'm sorry to have wasted my time.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful
By Jane on 02-08-14
Well done characters and story.
Behind the scenes in the corporate world using war tactics.
Not many stories are set within corporations. The author makes it interesting. His research is talking to corporate guys.
The first half of the book was fascinating. Jason is a salesman of plasma tv screens. He sells to corporations like auto dealers (for their waiting rooms) and airports. Jason meets Kurt. They become friends. Kurt was in the army. Kurt talks about war, the enemy, getting intel. And then Kurt helps Jason by getting intel on Jason’s buyers and competitors. Kurt has no “off” button when it comes to evesdropping, spying, getting info, destroying property, and killing people. This is war -- to get ahead in the corporation.
But the last third of the book was kind of a downer for me. It was scary with a helpless victim feel.
I don’t like 1st person narrative books - which this was. I wish the author would use more 3rd person.
Something I wanted to know before I read the book - Is it a happy ending?:
I “require” happy endings. I don’t want the guys I root for to go to jail or get killed. And the ending was good for me.
Scott Brick is not a favorite of mine. He is sometimes too sarcastic, condescending, and smart-alecky. But in this book he was very good.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful