John Donohue: Deshi

This is the second book is Donohue‘s Burke-Yamashita series.

I read the first one, Sensei, and didn’t like it, but I picked this one up at the library anyway.

It’s better. It’s more polished and the sentences are less clunky. The book ties up better, with less loose ends too, as I remember it.

But the real reason why I reviewed this book was to share with you this description by Connor Burke, in whose point-of-view this book is written from, of his brother the cop and his partner:

they hovered for awhile like mad wizards over a Xerox machine

For some reason, it struck me as hilarious. Hey, there are worse reasons to review a book, like to pan it!

This rates 7 out of 10.


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