By John Twelve Hawks
THE most deadly murderer IS the one that BELIEVES he's ALREADY DEAD.
A razor-sharp, high-tech, wildly creative new novel from across the world bestselling writer John Twelve Hawks, Spark encompasses a narrator in contrast to any in contemporary fiction--a guy whose view of lifestyles and demise isn't the same as something you've ever imagined.
Jacob Underwood is a freelance worker of the particular prone part, a small shadow division buried in the multinational company DBG, established in ny urban. Jacob isn't a businessman . . . he's a employed murderer . . . and his activity is to neutralize difficulties deemed unacceptable by means of the company. yet Jacob isn't like different staff, neither is he like folks. After a catastrophic motorbike coincidence leaves him with Cotard's syndrome--an genuine that factors these stricken to think they're dead--Jacob perceives himself as not anything yet a "Shell," with out feelings and no tether to the concept that of correct and wrong.
Emily Buchanan is a shiny younger second-year affiliate for DBG, and she or he has disappeared with no hint. Suspecting that Emily has stolen both monstrous sums of cash or priceless details from the corporate, Ms. Holquist, Jacob's handler at DBG, assigns him the duty of monitoring down the younger girl and neutralizing her. Jacob's situation permits him to hold out assignments with ruthless, logical precision, with out guilt, worry, or dishonor. yet as his new project attracts him within a labyrinthine community of darkish dealings, Jacob reveals himself up opposed to anything he's thoroughly incapable of understanding.
Shifting with riveting precision from big apple to London, Paris to New Delhi, Spark is a mystery that delves into the surveillance country we prognosticate this present day . . . and should dwell in the following day. within the fingers of grasp storyteller John Twelve Hawks, a distinct character's startling transformation involves existence, making Spark a mystery that resonates and satisfies on many levels.
From the Hardcover edition.