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"It can't be easy to write convincingly of evil deeds in a comic voice. Monk carries it off with clever turns of phrase and a self-deprecating tone. In his many bad-guy bodies, Dan shares his qualms and quirky observations. Like the very first line: 'Helen had a face that had launched a thousand customer complaints.' Priceless."
(Carol Ervin, author of THE GIRL ON THE MOUNTAIN)

"This book was just well written and fun to read. It's impressive for a first time author..."
(D. Andrew Campbell, author of CATHARSIS)
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review by . October 07, 2013
This was one of the more entertaining and unique books I've read this year... Kick by John L. Monk. The concept is different and carried out well, and the writing is excellent.      The main character, Dan Jenkins, is "living" out some type of punishment for his suicide. Since he's died, he finds himself in a "nothingness" existence, but he doesn't stay there constantly. At random periods of time, he's transported into the living body of someone …
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