Hack is a fictional story about Llew Sabler. Llew is a journalist and a handful for his editor. He is all about controversy and causing havoc, one that causes him big trouble and ends up having him become a hated public figure. As a matter of coping, he joins a crook running a mail-order porn business and is faced with many more dilemmas and drama.
The literature was witty and fun to read. I love reading books written by authors who are journalists. They appear to have a different sort of penmanship that just thrives very well in storytelling. This one also is another example of that writing.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading the fictional story. I found Llew to be reckless and naïve but mostly annoying to a point where you just knew things are going to get worse. The story was descriptive and had a steady pace to it.
I wasn’t a big fan of the cover, but I think the author went for the attention-grabbing kind of an illustration, which worked.
I recommend this book to people who like to read funny and entertaining fictional stories.Tweet
Written by Jeyran Main