Perry’s Killer Playlist by Joe Schreiber

Posted November 2, 2012 by Sara | Novel Novice 0 Comments

Forget about the wild ride of Perry Stormaire’s prom night in Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick. Joe Schreiber has an even wilder night of adventure in store with his octane-fueled sequel, Perry’s Killer Playlist… and yes, there is a playlist.

Picking up just a few months after the explosive (literally) events in Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick, Schreiber gives leading guy Perry a little love, a little peace and quiet, and a little bit of success for his band in the form of a European tour. But Perry isn’t overseas for long before a run-in with his former foreign exchange student turned prom date from hell (who is actually a sexy assassin), Gobi Zaksaukas. And this time, the stakes are even higher as she drags Perry along for another killing spree.

Everything I loved about Au Revoir, Crazy European Chick is back and then some with Perry’s Killer Playlist. The dark humor, the fast-paced storyline, the surprising twists, and the non-stop action are all there in aces — and this time, we get a mix tape worthy playlist to score the entire wild ride. (No, really — Schreiber begins each chapter with a perfectly selected tune.)

Every pulse-pounding moment leads up to another thrilling climax and another ending that leaves room for more absurd adventures with Perry and Gobi, should Schreiber so choose to write more. And I so hope he does. Because goodness knows my life is just too boring by comparison.

Perry’s Killer Playlist is in stores November 6th. Here is the official synopsis:

When Perry ends up in Venice on a European tour with his band Inchworm, he can’t resist a visit to Harry’s Bar, where Gobi told him she’d meet him someday. The last time he saw Gobi, five people were assassinated one crazy night in New York City. Well . . . Gobi shows up, and once again Perry is roped into a wild, nonstop thrill ride with a body count. Double crossings, kidnappings, CIA agents, arms dealers, boat chases in Venetian canals, and a shootout in the middle of a Santa Claus convention ensue.

Sara | Novel Novice

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