They Call Me… Montey Greene by A.R. Yoba

First of all I want to thank the author and Goodreads for giving me the chance to win a free copy of the book through Goodreads First Reads.

They Call Me... Montey Greene

The first chapters of the novel were really pleasant to read with the beautiful and sensual Alejandra Lasprilla, while the rest of the book is more focused on shootings, kidnapping attempts, homicides and drug dealing.

The strong points of the novel are the original choice of an African-American main character and the exotic setting of Milan for the first part of the story. On the other hand what happens in Paris is really boring until the night of the fashion show.

Every author should remember that it’s better a short but entertaining book than a long one, if it’s not so enjoyable. The weakest point of the book is the misuse of punctuation and of foreign languages like Spanish, French and Italian.

The book is still readable, but there are too many typos, so the author should read it again and fix them or hire somebody to do the editing for him.

And to conclude the review, the final is disappointing, since the reader finds out that Montey Greene was only a puppet in what looks like an international conspiracy at a government level.

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