Imagine getting a call offering you the resolution of one of your biggest problems, and the only thing you have to do will be to return the favor by getting rid of someone else’s biggest problem. A win-win situation, right? or so Jazz thought.
Jazz has this one-time-life-changing option to get rid of her fanatically religious foster-mother who believes that Jesus the Lord can cure Jazz’s brother’s diabetes by locking him up in her house. As she speaks in “languages” commanding the power of God to heal him of his sickness while contradictory damning Jazz to hell, Jazz is “forced” to join the club.
In “The Kill Club”, we have this fresh premise of a mysterious club of killings going around California. You get a package from Amazon with a set of instructions and a target, and you have to keep in mind that no errors are allowed. Jazz Benavidez is a fighter and the main character of this story who promises a to die ending.
Will Jazz be able to complete her task? Will Jesus cure Jazz’s brother’s diabetes? Will the system in the States be useful? Will the good one win for a chance? As the plot thickens with romance, gun power, fistfights, and several plot twist, we start losing hope that this will ever have a happy ending just to realize that you, at the end, weren’t wrong, and if you thought you knew better, think again.
If you enjoyed “The Chain”, which I found full of cliches, dull, and meh at the end… you might enjoy this one better!
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