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Mil dólares por asesinar a Alexander Woolf un empresario americano con negocios en Inglaterra y Escocia Indignado Lang. 5 StarsI got this book as a Christmas present in 2016 started reading it in 2017 and finished reading it in January of 2019It was my travel book for almost 2 years and I only ever read it while on vacation It came with me to Thassos in Greece to Madrid Berlin London Amsterdam Rotterdam Milan Frankfurt Bucharest and a couple places in RomaniaYes that s a lot of time and a lot of places where I failed reading it considering it s not a long book nor is it hard to read or anything but in each place I only read a couple chapters at a time due to other vacation y activities Aaaanyway I am mentioning this to underline the fact that this was a memorable story Even with so many breaks and months on end not readingthinking of it every time I picked this back up I always knew where I left offHugh Laurie is a surprisingly good writer I feel like he had the same humor as the character he played on Dr House throughout the whole book witty and smart dirty but also classy at the same time I actually imagined the MC as the character of Dr House the entire time I saw Hugh Laurie before my eyes limping away through the story even though his description is not even close to thatThe plot Thomas Lang is just a regular guy but that soon changes when someone offers him a lot of money to kill a businessman and he accepts This is where things start to get from bad to worse really uickly for him He has to deal with brutal weapons dealers has to fight against CIA killers and while doing all of this he also has to stop one of the biggest terrorist attacks in history The Gun Seller is a fast paced action packed thriller It s a complicated story dealing with a lot of world issues But I mostly loved the fact that Hugh Laurie combines thrilling and serious moments with his extraordinary humor The story takes place in many different parts of the world and they re all so perfectly written that I could see it all before my eyes This was something that made me enjoy reading it while on vacation even Entrepreneurial Vernacular present in 2016 started reading it in 2017 and finished reading it in January of 2019It was my travel book for almost 2 years and I only ever read it while on vacation It came with me to Thassos in Greece to Madrid Berlin London Amsterdam Rotterdam Milan Frankfurt Bucharest and a couple Advanced C Programming by Example places in RomaniaYes that s a lot of time and a lot of Poslije svega (After, places where I failed reading it considering it s not a long book nor is it hard to read or anything but in each Die Herrenschneiderei place I only read a couple chapters at a time due to other vacation y activities Aaaanyway I am mentioning this to underline the fact that this was a memorable story Even with so many breaks and months on end not readingthinking of it every time I Cities of God played on Dr House throughout the whole book witty and smart dirty but also classy at the same time I actually imagined the MC as the character of Dr House the entire time I saw Hugh Laurie before my eyes limping away through the story even though his description is not even close to thatThe Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone paced action Pretend God Is Deaf packed thriller It s a complicated story dealing with a lot of world issues But I mostly loved the fact that Hugh Laurie combines thrilling and serious moments with his extraordinary humor The story takes Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide place in many different Las Puertas Del Amor parts of the world and they re all so Discoveries perfectly written that I could see it all before my eyes This was something that made me enjoy reading it while on vacation even

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Rechaza el encargo y decide en cambio advertir a la víctima del peligro ue corre una buena acción ue no uedará impun. The only reason I read this book You guessed it Hugh Laurie Anything to which his name is attached is worth a looksee I m not typically a fan of spy novels so I must admit that some of the spoofing was probably lost on me However Laurie obviously enjoys the English language and bends and twists it to wit laced results As a narrator Thomas Lang is sarcastic and self deprecating but also a genuinely nice guy He s likable someone you d like to go have a drink with just to hear his running commentary on the people and places with which he comes into contact Some of my favorites included his observation that hiding behind the warehouse walls was not a good idea since the walls were no than an inch of Gyproc plaster board and probably couldn t have stopped a cherry stone sueezed from the fingers of a tired three year old Also his philosophical thoughts on the use of the term bird strike This rather unfairly in my view made it sound as if it was the bird s fault as if the little feathered chap had deliberately tried to head butt twenty tons of metal travelling in the opposite direction at just under the speed of sound out of spite Amusing and sometimes laugh out loud funny it s worth the read and will probably most appreciated by people familiar with the spy genre Whispers of Feathers peligro ue corre una buena acción ue no uedará impun. The only reason I read this book You guessed it Hugh Laurie Anything to which his name is attached is worth a looksee I m not typically a fan of spy novels so I must admit that some of the spoofing was Entrepreneurial Vernacular people and Advanced C Programming by Example places with which he comes into contact Some of my favorites included his observation that hiding behind the warehouse walls was not a good idea since the walls were no than an inch of Gyproc Poslije svega (After, plaster board and Die Herrenschneiderei probably couldn t have stopped a cherry stone sueezed from the fingers of a tired three year old Also his Cities of God probably most appreciated by

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Thomas Lang es un ex policía y ahora pistolero a sueldo Un día recibe la visita de un tal McClusky uien le ofrece cien. I would like to please find the person who in the description of this book promised an uproarious cocktail of comic zingers and give them my best Grandma Lydia look If you are NOT familiar with the Grandma Lydia look which you probably aren t since the chances of you actually having met my grandmother are slim to none I will explain This is the look you get from a tiny 5 foot tall sweetest Eastern European grandmother that makes you stop in your tracks and beg forgiveness for anything you ever did or will ever do Because she KNOWS you did something wrong and firmly believes that a stern look alone should suffice to set you on the right path And you bet your ass it will I ve been working on that look too so someday it can be re christened as Grandma Nataliya look That s my big aspiration in life I m not even joking about it Seriously But wait a second you say Are you trying to tell us that Hugh Laurie THE Hugh Laurie THE comic genius is NOT FUNNY in this book Well not exactly This book is funny and smart and all that but it really straddles the line between that and uncomfortable because Laurie uses humor and satire and parody extremely well to showcase uite a few things about our world and ourselves that are uncomfortable unsettling and in the end not as much funny as disturbing His humor in this book is freuently the euivalent of that uncomfortable startled half giggle that people involuntarily utter to their sheer dismay as they see something rather bad happening His humor serves as a defense mechanism in this book that should not be funny but is using humor and parody as a weapon Because what does it mean to say that things aren t going well Compared to what You can say compared to how things were going a couple of hours ago or a couple of years ago But that s not the point If two cars are speeding towards a brick wall with no brakes and one car hits the wall moments before the other you can t spend those moments saying the second car is much better off than the first Death and disaster are at our shoulders every second of our lives trying to get at us Missing a lot of the time A lot of miles on the motorway without a front wheel blow out A lot of viruses that slither through our bodies without snagging A lot of pianos that fall a minute after we ve passed Or a month it makes no difference So unless we re going to get down on our knees and give thanks every time disaster misses it makes no sense to moan when it strikes Us or anyone else Because we re not comparing it with anything And anyway we re all dead or never born and the whole thing really is a dreamThere you see That s a funny sideSidespittingly funny this book is not And it is not meant to be such The humor is uses is what we came to associate with uintessential Britishness dry and deadpan and almost serious Which is fitting for a book that after a first chapter indeed filled with the promised zingers uickly heads down the path of exposing monetary greed and terrorism and secret wars waged for little else but money and the overarching conspiracies that in the light of many events of our messed up modern world hit uite close to home The only good thing I ve ever noticed about money the only positive aspect of an otherwise pretty vulgar commodity is that you can use it to buy thingsOh by the way it was written in 1996 but feels as true as it can be a decade and a half later Because things have probably only got worse And all we can do is laugh helplessly about them It is the middle of December now and we are about to travel to Switzerland where we plan to ski a little relax a little and shoot a Dutch politician a littleNow I m not all that familiar with the spythrillerBond esue or whatever you call it genre But even I can easily spot the parodies of those on every page Thomas Lang our protagonist whom I could not imagine as anyone else but Mr Laurie himself How could I not You tell me while looking at that picture is essentially a good guy with a military past and manners a la Mr Bond a bit He gets offered uite a handsome sum of money for the life of a certain American businessman who by the way comes euipped with a lovely daughter with beautiful teeth honorably refuses it and the next thing he knows ends up swept up in the uite substantial international conspiracy with a first hand participation in a few terrorist acts to boot With uite depressing things seen through every humor laden passage Where simple stupid greed is what runs everything really And that s depressing yeahI liked it uite a bit even though there were a few parts in the middle where I was tempted to put this book down and forget about it I m just not that into the genre that Laurie parodies here after all and sometimes immersing myself into this story was not that easy But ultimately every time something in the way Hugh Laurie writes ended pulling me back into the story And he rewarded me with the Fuck this all this shit is depressing and nothing is ever likely to change feeling in the end which I assume could have been the underlying message of this story The way the world and humanity are irrevocably fucked up Not the comedic zingers So don t read this for funny Read this for the serious please 35 stars and I plan to read all the future literature works by Mr Laurie if this gentleman desires to create And I will leave you with this apt and actually funny observation of Mr Laurie s protagonist on the bird strike of the aircraft This rather unfairly in my view made it sound as if it was the bird s fault as if the little feathered chap had deliberately tried to head butt twenty tons of metal travelling in the opposite direction at just under the speed of sound out of spite The Rite policía y ahora Black Popular Culture pistolero a sueldo Un día recibe la visita de un tal McClusky uien le ofrece cien. 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10 thoughts on “The Gun Seller

  1. says:

    This book is F A N T A S T I C Maybe you haven't recognized the name of the author but this Hugh Laurie is THE Hugh Laurie who was the star on the TV series House MDSure maybe some of you would say So what? He is an actor but can he write? Oh

  2. says:

    I wish I could give this book 6 stars I love Hugh Laurie I love his dry sarcastic wit I love his accent I want to hump his leg for writing this book Yes I really just said that I picked up this book BECAUSE I love Hugh La

  3. says:

    I would like to please find the person who in the description of this book promised an uproarious cocktail of comic zingers and give them my best Grandma Lydia look If you are NOT familiar with the Grandma Lydia look which you probably aren't

  4. says:

    5 StarsI got this book as a Christmas present in 2016 started reading it in 2017 and finished reading it in January of 2019It was my travel book for almost 2 years and I only ever read it while on vacation It came with me to Thassos in Greec

  5. says:

    This book restored my faith in celebrity novels The last one I read by a former TV hero of mine was so disappointing but Hugh Laurie is a first rate wordsmith and an excellent storyteller I already knew he was a brilliant actor I'm midway through The Night Manager and his performance is sending shivers down my spine a com

  6. says:

    Thanks to Chris for turning me on to this fun romp Every now then I'd just bust out laughing it kept me up past my bed time to finish it Random odd meandering as it seems at times the humor was a constant thread

  7. says:

    Someone I greatly admire in the book world was very excited to receive The Gun Seller as a Christmas gift which I pretty much took as an ultra credible recommendation The audio was at my library and I snapped it

  8. says:

    I bought this in hardback from Waterstones in Bromley when it first came out; I have a feeling I was revising for my A levels at the time A lot

  9. says:

    The only reason I read this book? You guessed it Hugh Laurie Anything to which his name is attached is worth a looksee I'm not typically a fan of spy novels so I must admit that some of the spoofing was probably lost on me

  10. says:

    Fantastic Fantastically funny Fantastically savvy Fantastically clever Fantastically political Fantastically cine