Luisi Fernandi Fernandi itibaren Texas
This was the first, and hopefully last, Eugene Izzi book I'll ever read. The Take is full of ridiculous tough-guy posturing, one-dimensional characters, and insanely over-the-top homoeroticism. I couldn't figure out while I was reading it if it was supposed to be a gay love story or not, but I'm pretty sure it wasn't, which made all the scenes in which the salt-and-pepper ex-con pair work out together, fantasize about lying on the beach together, sweat together, wrestle together, and cry and finger the other's boxing trunks when one of them dies really weird and confusing.
This short prequel almost seemed pointless to me. What storyline the book contains is good, but I wanted to see alittle more. The only thing nice is it contained a glimpse of the first book in the series.