I really liked this book, but there were a few flaws. For one, there was not enough back story before they threw you head first into the telling of the run from a kill switch. He didn't draw the story out at all, which I would have loved it if he had, because like I said, it was enjoyable. Daniel was interesting character, because he seemed so sweet in the beginning, but towards the end you realize that he is ready to do anything to keep his grandfather safe. I can't decide whether I like that, or if it freaks me out. His grandfather, being the center of the story, is also always the center of attention. He's always telling wild stories, that Daniel is not sure whether he should believe or not.
This book finished very quickly, leaving a few loose ends that you probably wont understand. I know I didn't. But that's really not the point, because what you really want to hear about was the actual story. Which was good, by the way. One thing that could have been better, was the length. It's just too dang short for anyone to be able to really get into. It's like skimming the top of water, knowing that you can't just jump in and swim it, because it will be over too quickly.
One thing I really like was the running from the law aspect, because as you know, I completely dig that in a book. I was left wondering sometimes how I got from Point A to Point B in the book, because it seemed that nothing happened to get me there. I enjoyed it, but I might never read it again.
"If I am a killer," I say, turning and confronting him flat footed, "maybe it's the other way around. Maybe I am a killer because you loved me best."