Cagayan De Oro City, Philippines (PressExposure) May 24, 2009 -- A dangerously true friendship.
Can a man kill his own best friend? Even if he has become his worst enemy? Agent David Glent lets the depth and meaning of true friendship emerge from a story of revenge, fights, doubts and fear.
Former Police Officer, now American President George Felix is advised: a stalker who claims to be his long-time friend wants to kill him. After this shocking news, the protagonist will be forced to escape, hide and fight, but finally to face his friend/killer. Agents Glent and Hunk will protect his life, constantly putting their own one at risk.
Written almost in a movie-script style, the story flows through high suspense and intriguing dialogues. The readers are called to take part to the plot, being their very emotions shaken both by the friendship feeling which is developed in the account and the thrilling action that moves it. Between guns and runaways, the two protagonists will find themselves involved in a fight that will push them far beyond mere surviving.
Justine Dahino is a very young and promising writer born and based in the Philippines. Her style proves to be highly appreciable and so does her plot-building ability. By means of a complex yet fresh and enjoyable prose, she explores the slight borders between friendship and animosity with unexpected profoundness.
Agent David Glent proves to be a very enjoyable reading as well as a surprising debut novel, that will probably clear the path to the author through the vast world of literature.