The novel plays out small to a degree, bouncing back and forth between a small cast of characters. It’s like a tight B movie that shows you just enough to keep everything moving and doesn’t hesitate about kicking you in the teeth when you least expect it. I finished the book in a couple of hours, never once had to stop and figure out what was going on, and had a blast tooling around riding shotgun to Quarry.
I don’t know where Collins is going to take Quarry next, and there haven’t been any announcements concerning future books, but I hope this isn’t the end of the series. I enjoy the character and the unrestrained violence, as well as the dark world where Quarry lives.