BOOK REVIEW: KINGDOM COME
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This book opens with Thane Coder’s appointment with a shrink. Thane is trying to justify the many things he has done to get control of his family’s corporation. The book switches back and forth as it progresses between Thane’s visit with the shrink and what deeds he has done to his family and friends to “get control” of money and business. Thane would stop at nothing to get that control. Is murder justified? Is stealing allowed? Is having a wife that is overly seductive and has a need for everything she wishes to come to her immediately?
You and I would no doubt say NO but not this family. They are mixed up with the unions, the mobs, the mafia, the FBI, local police, and many friends that they use for all they can get and get away doing. One can get away with avoiding the aforementioned for a while but not over a long period of time. Surely these law abiding or law breaking people at some point will catch them.
You will enjoy this romp. Jessica has no qualms asking for everything, and I mean everything! Thane also hides from some that he knows are going to hurt him or kill him. The scene continually shifts to the shrink as Thane tries to verbally and mentally adjudicate his actions to himself, but it is hard to justify the killing of friends and family just to get more personal power.
Will Thane get caught and have his power over others stopped? “Kingdom Come” is a very accurate title to describe exactly where Thane and Jessica want their lives to be, but never being satisfied with what they have, no matter how they have achieved that satisfaction.
REVIEWED BY CY HILTERMAN
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