Review: Death Warrant


Death Makes Great TV.

Frankie Percival is cashing in her chips. To save her brother from financial ruin, Frankie—a single stage performer and mentalist who never made it big—agrees to be assassinated on the most popular television show on the planet: Death Warrant. Once she signs her life away, her memory is wiped clean of the agreement, leaving her with no idea she will soon be killed spectacularly for global entertainment.

After years of working in low-rent theaters, Frankie prepares for the biggest performance of her life as her Death Warrant assassin closes in on her. Every person she encounters could be her killer. Every day could be her last.

She could be a star, if only she lives that long.

Rating: 4.5-stars


Death Warrant by Bryan Johnston is a unique read. It begins with the main character wanting to arrange her death in order to save her brother from ruin. It is interesting how casually it is played. The protagonist has a heart of gold. She shows just how far family goes to help each other. But it is not until after she arranges her death that she is working on when, who, where, and why. Her life is now a mystery. The epic and totally crazy. I can see this actually happening in real life. That is even far more nightmarish. But it could happen anytime soon. The same with Frankie. Her life will end soon. This novel is easy to read. The pages fly by fast Emotionally tugging and the crazy plot keeps me hooked. Then, there is the set of characters that make this book really pop. I loved it. I can see this being as popular as The Hunger Games series.

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